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Current Exhibitions

 

Illustration, Portraits and France - works by Ethel P.B. Leach
July 10 - October 1
Marcia and Henry DeWitt Gallery

Born in Wilmington, Delaware where she spent much of her life, Ethel P.B. Leach (1878 – 1960) was known as the dean of women artists in Delaware during the first half of the twentieth century. She gained much respect on the East Coast for a lengthy career that included illustration, interior scenes, landscapes, portraits, and floral depictions.


 

Rebecca Raubacher - Drawings and Paintings, 1975 - present
September 8 - October 8
Corkran Gallery

"Drawing is the foundation of Rebecca Raubacher's artistic process, and the human psyche is central to the content of her work. The exhibition traces her career from when she attended art school to the present day. Raubacher has shown her work in international, national, and regional exhibitions." (Dr. J. Susan Isaacs, Curator)

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Inklings - works by Lynnette Shelley
September 8 - October 8
Tubbs Gallery

Lynnette Shelley is an award-winning Pennsylvania artist specializing in contemporary mixed media animal paintings. Having a great love of wildlife, folktales, tribal art and world mythology, Shelley fuses these influences into her strikingly unique artworks.

Pareidolia - works by John Mosher
September 8 - October 8
Tubbs Gallery

John Mosher is a multi-media artist working in video, sound, and mixed media on paper. He is interested in creating narratives that weave across different mediums. His current narrative is based on characters he created called "The Chromanauts". He received his MFA from the University of Cincinnati, and is currently an Assistant Professor of Art at Salisbury University, in Salisbury, Maryland.

 

Of Course You Did - works by Jonathan McFadden
September 8 - October 31
Homestead Gallery

Jonathan McFadden holds a MFA in printmaking from Edinburgh College of Art, United Kingdom (2009), BFA in Printmaking (2006), and BA in French (2006)
from Texas State University and has studied at the L'Université de Picardie in Amiens, France.  His work has been exhibited in solo exhibitions across Europe, the Middle East and the United States.