The Rehoboth Gallery Collective, MOSAIC, hosts “Second Saturdays: Destination Art” Walk, September 12th from 6 to 9 pm


This month MOSAIC is exhibiting the work of Delaware by Hand artists. Delaware by Hand is a non-profit organization which fosters the creation of a formalized, resident-based artist and artisan industry in Delaware.

• AerieArt Gallery – Specializing in fine original paintings from the 19th and early 20th Centuries, along with offerings by local artists. Featuring Delaware By Hand artist, woodturner Tom Frey. Both locations are open weekends and by appointment. First Street Station, second level, 70 Rehoboth Ave.,227-4776, and 45-1/2 Lake Ave., 227-5376. @link href=’’target=”_blank”>

• Amandeline Gallery – Exhibiting the versatile work of Wilmington sculptor Charles Allmond. Through his bronze and alabaster animal sculptures Charles evokes emotions such as growth, renewal and love. Marvel at the simple yet stunning beauty of these works. 403 Rehoboth Ave., 226-0330. @link href=’’target=”_blank”>

• Detail Gallery – Highlighting Delaware by Hand artist John Donato. John is inspired by animals, bright colors and making people smile. In each work he embodies the universal emotion of joy; every painting is a moment frozen in time within the lives of animals we often take for granted. The art truly sums up the feelings of Mirabelle and Detail Gallery toward animals. 54 Baltimore Ave., 227-8170. @link href=’’target=”_blank”>

• Gallery 50 – Presenting South Carolina artist Pat Whitehead, known for her nature-based abstractions in oil; show runs from Sept.11th – Oct. 7th. The gallery will also preview work by Delaware by Hand artist Constance Costigan of Lewes. Costigan, who works in layered graphite pencil, has works in the permanent collections of both the Hirshorn Museum and The Phillips Collection in Washington D.C. An artist’s reception for Whitehead and Costigan will take place during the art walk on from 6 -9 pm. 50-A Wilmington Ave., 227-2050. @link href=’’target=”_blank”>

• Kennedy Gallery – Hosts Delaware By Hand glass artist, Connie Ballato. Connie is a well known, Lewes-based artist who designs beautiful, stained and fused glass art. Come visit with Connie on Saturday, September 12th, from 5 to 8 pm. 140 Rehoboth Ave., 227-3903. @link href=’’target=”_blank”>

• Panache Gallery – Showcasing the work of award-winning glass designer Deb Appleby. Deb is the current Board President of Delaware By Hand. A collection of her latest one-of-a-kind functional pieces will be on display. Her work in fluid glass is inspired by the environment and designed to accentuate nature’s harmony. Please join us for a reception with the artist during the art walk from 6 to 9 pm. 129-B Rehoboth Ave., 227-9229. @link href=’’target=”_blank”>

• Philip Morton Gallery – Featuring the members of Delaware-based “Artists’ Exchange,” including Julie Baxendell, Laura Hickman, Marti Marino, Lee Wayne Mills, Aina Nergaard-Nammack, Peggy Sampogna and Barbara Warden. Many original works in a variety of mediums. Opening Reception September 11th from 5 to 8 pm. Show runs through September 24th. 47 Baltimore Ave., 727-0905 or @link href=’’target=”_blank”>

• Ward Ellinger Gallery – Announcing the addition of works by Maria Napoli and Sondra N. Arkin. Please join us during the art walk to see the innovative works of our featured artists, Judy and Lou Hagen, who recycle old metals into whimsical and unique sculptures to liven any home or garden. Also featuring new works of Abstract Expressionism in different mediums by local artist Ward Ellinger. Open every day except Tuesday and Wednesday. 39 Baltimore Ave., CAMP Rehoboth Courtyard, 227-2710. @link href=’’target=”_blank”>