Seasons: Spring

Juried Members’ Showcase Exhibition

April 24, 2020 - July 5, 2020

Rehoboth Beach Municipal Building

Call for Entry

Registration Fee: $20.00 (Registration Fee is non-refundable
Application Deadline:  Monday, April 6, 2020 (5pm)

Notification of Acceptance: Friday, April 10, 2020.
Delivery of Works: Saturday, April 11 through Monday, April 20, 2020.
Opening Reception: CANCELLED
Pick-up of Unsold Works: July 6 through July 12, 2020 (at RAL Campus).

This year’s 2020 Members’ juried exhibitions showcased at the Rehoboth Beach City Hall will focus on “Seasons” and will include and represent the four distinct times of year along with any scenes, events, or activities associated with the four seasons. The Seasons have always been associated as a universal reminder of the passage of time and life’s cyclical nature. It has always been a favorite allegorical vessel for artists whether its deeply personal or simply capturing the changing surroundings. Often, the change in nature effects all people. The transition from a cold winter into spring is often associated as a time of rebirth.  Buds appear on trees and grass starts to grow after winter sleep. Shades of green surface all over.  Spring is the time when everything wakes up and develops.  Flowers bloom and spread their sweet fragrance all around. Nature becomes renovated and gets ready for productive and warm months. It’s a time for “Spring Break” and being outdoors. People tend to be creative during this season.  RAL invites its members working in 2D to submit work interpreting what spring means to them. Any medium and style from traditional to abstract will be accepted for review.

Exhibition Juror: Tom Protack

Tom is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Rehoboth Art League.  A native Delawarean and local from Sussex County, Tom currently is President-Elect of the Beebe Medical Foundation which oversees all the philanthropy for Beebe Healthcare.  Tom has spent a life time in public service and was formerly Community Engagement Director of Sussex County Habitat for Humanity.  Tom is an avid art and antique collector and a licensed auctioneer. 

Image Credit:  William Patterson “The Homestead,” oil,  Collection of the Rehoboth Art League