CAMP Rehoboth is continuing to unveil its season of visual arts that shines a light on the talents of our community. FEST ART 2023! is on display at CAMP Rehoboth from April 21 through May 25, 2023, with an Artists’ Reception on April 28, 3 to 5 p.m. Held in conjunction with Women’s FEST, this juried exhibition celebrates women in the arts and their supporters. It is CAMP Rehoboth’s largest community arts exhibition of the year.
Juror Roberta Tucci, a Delaware artist and teacher, was the juror for the exhibition. Over 100 artworks were entered for consideration, and she had the daunting task of selecting art that comprises the exhibition. Roberta chose 44 artworks by 44 artists and commented that this is “such a great group of artworks!” Tucci was also inclusive of all mediums and new forms of art. FEST ART 2023! contains oil and acrylic paintings, photography, assemblage, ceramics, fabric art, stained glass, and digital art. It also includes the first non-fungible token (NFT) art to be exhibited at CAMP Rehoboth.
The talented artists are from throughout Delaware, as well as Maryland, Pennsylvania, Florida, and Wisconsin. And this year FEST ART has gone global with artists from Japan and Venezuela participating.
Artists include Edward Alban, Karen Abato, AGUILAR, Nancy Allen, Helen E. Barnett, Daniel Bartasavich , Carol Dandrade, Rebecca Davidson, Sharrill Dittmann, Geri Dibiase, Jane Duffy, Ash Dunlap, Logan Farro, Kiara Florez, Susan Frey, JuneRose "JR" Futcher, Missy Gentile, Mary Gilligan, Taylor Gordon, Dee Gray, Helebo, Donna Hitchens, Laura Jednorski, Theresa Kehrer, Crystal Kilby , Jane Knaus, Mademoiselle l'eau, Wendy Labofish, Amy B. Nestor, Sara Lynn Paulish, Bev Pasquarella, Lorraine Quinn, Allyson Rice, Kim Schuler, Stained Glass by Yona, R. Stiles, Bea Stryjewski, Takibi, Theresa Taylor, Willow Troise, Sabina Troncone, Von Dickens Ulsa, Kathy Waterson, and Rita Woodward.