|JACK LEWIS WATERCOLOR: THE TOW TRUCK
Born in Baltimore in 1912, Jack Lewis came to Delaware in 1936 to join a CCC (Civilian Conservation Corp) camp to document its activities. He spent 60 years living in Bridgeville in Sussex County, painting local scenes throughout much of the state and the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Murals painted by Lewis celebrating the bi-centennial of Delaware’s ratification of the Constitution are in Legislative Hall in Dover, and his works in various media can be found in collections, both public and private, throughout the state and region. He was among the founders of the Rehoboth Art League and taught classes there for many years. His death in 2012, just short of his 100th birthday, was commemorated by a major retrospective of his work at the Art League. He was celebrated at the event for the legacy he has left in Delaware, not only in his artwork but in the many artists he influenced. Governor Jack Markell also presented Lewis with the Order of the First State — the highest honor for meritorious service the governor can grant — in 2010. Jack Lewis paintings are much sought after. This painting was a generous donation from the private collection of a Film Society supporter.
|TWO DAY PHILADEPHIA ART & HISTORY TOUREnjoy a stimulating two days in Philadelphia, the cradle of the American Revolution as well as home to many fine arts museums.
One night in Wyndham Hotel Historic District including breakfast for two. Using the hotel as a base, you can explore the Liberty Bell Pavilion, Independence Hall, the Betsy Ross House, Old Christ Church, the Portrait Museum, the Reading Terminal Market, and many more free attractions and restaurants. Also enjoy:
After being steeped in American history, you will be ready to enjoy:
- 2 passes to the Museum of the American Revolution
- 4 passes to the National Constitution Center
To enhance your visit, take home these books today:
- 4 passes to the Barnes Foundation (valid through 8/31/2020)
- 4 passes to the Philadelphia Art Museums (valid through 12/9/2019)
- Access for two consecutive days to Main Building, Perelman Building, Rodin
- Museum, and Cedar Grove historic house
There are no dates or times on these tickets, allowing you to configure or extend your visit to suit your interests.
- Cezanne, published by Philadelphia Museum of Art, including over 240 large color plates,
- The Reading Terminal Market Cookbook.
|FOUR COURSE ITALIAN DINNER FOR EIGHT
4 Courses, 4 Wines and a personal concert all in your home!
Four course Italian inspired dinner for eight in your home paired with the regionally specific Italian wines from Personal Chef, Sommelier and former BAD COMPANY Bassist, Paul “Tagliaferro” Cullen. The evening will culminate with an intimate concert by Paul! Date will be determined by availability – any day of the week.
|A LOW FIVE-DIGIT DELAWARE LICENSE PLATE
The Delaware Department of Transportation has donated a low digit license plate #10454 to the Rehoboth Beach Film Society to be auctioned off at the Teller Wines Expo & Benefit on March 30. Tickets are on sale now for this fun event that benefits the Rehoboth Beach Film Society.
|HOWARD J. EBERLE PAINTING, CHOPTANK
30″x 24″ framed giclée print
| MURDER MYSTERY DINNER