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Top Spots to See Art Leaguers at (and near) the Beach

Art Leaguers at the beach
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No need to miss out on artwork by our amazing Art League artists while you’re on vacation at the beach (or on the way there). We’ve done some research, and these coastal galleries are showcasing artwork by Art League artists this summer. Check out these galleries in between dips in the ocean!

*This list will continue to be updated. Did we miss anything? Let us know in the comments!

Maine

Deer Isle

Art League Members: Jill Finsen and Susan Finsen
Where: Deer Isle Artists Association

Penobscot

Art League Members: Jill Finsen and Susan Finsen
Where: The Smalling-Finsen Gallery and Studio

Massachusetts

Orleans

Art League Member: Catherine Hess
Where:After Hopper” exhibit, Addison Art Gallery
Hess regularly exhibits across Cape Cod. Visit her website for more details.

Delaware

Rehoboth Beach

Art League Member: Sandi Parker
Where: 80th Annual Members’ Fine Arts Exhibition, Rehoboth Art League (12 Dodds Lane, Rehoboth Beach, DE)
When: July 27 – September 3

"Urban Seas," acrylic, 18" x 24,"  by Sandi Parker
“Urban Seas,” acrylic, 18″ x 24,”  by Sandi Parker

Art League Member: Patricia Cassidy
Where: The Back Porch (59 Rehoboth Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, DE)
When: June 19 – July 21

Art League Member: Aina Nergard-Nammack
Where: 80th Annual Members’ Fine Arts Exhibition, Rehoboth Art League (12 Dodds Lane, Rehoboth Beach, DE)
When: July 27 – September 3

by Aina Nergard-Nammack
Painting by Aina Nergard-Nammack

Art League Members: Susan Finsen and Jill Finsen
Where: Gallery 50, Rehoboth Beach, DE
When: August – September

Wilmington

Art League Members: Stephanie Chang and Barbara Freeman-Warden
Where: Delaware Art Museum – “Impermanence: Mystery, Transformation, Light” exhibit
When: May 19 – August 5

Feeling inspired to paint the beach? Sign up for “Plein Air Painting on Virginia’s Shore” with Art League instructor, Mike Francis here.

Maryland

Salisbury

"A Heap of Broken Images #8", 2007, Barbara F. Warden
A Heap of Broken Images #8, 2007, Barbara F. Warden

Art League Member: Barbara F. Warden
Where: Salisbury University downtown gallery – “Crosscurrents” exhibit
When: June 15 – August 17

Easton

Art League Member: Sara Linda Poly
Where: Troika Gallery
What: Talk and demo with Poly on July 21

Baltimore

Art League Member: Sheep Jones
Where: Steven Scott Gallery
What: “Atmospheric Conditions” and “Land and Sea” exhibits

Virginia

Wachapreague

Art League Members: Mike Francis, Pattee Hipschen, Cindi Lewis
Where: Current Reflections gallery

 

by Mike Francis
by Mike Francis

South Carolina

Charleston

Art League Members and Instructors: Rob Liberace, Teresa Oaxaca, Sara Linda Poly
Where: Principle Gallery, Charleston

Pawleys Island

Art League Member: Laura Edwards
Where:The South Embraces Abstract” at The Cheryl Newby Gallery
When: June 8-July 7

Florida

Bonita Springs

Art League Member: Kristin Herzog
Where: Center for the Arts of Bonita Springs

 

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