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Erika Cleveland: Upside Down, Inside Out: The Fanciful in Daily Life

Upside Down, Inside Out: The Fanciful in Daily Life features three-dimensional work by Erika Cleveland. This imaginative Fiber artist explores the fanciful in daily life with her needle felted dolls, from life-sized to small, flying from a trapeze to hanging from a vine. Cleveland’s playful dolls will appeal to both adults and children. They are both engaging and spohisticated.

Opening reception is Thursday, October 13, 6-8 PM.

Taking Shape

Exhibit dates: August 9–September 4, 2016
Opening reception: Thursday, August 11, 6:30–8:00 pm

Taking Shape,” juried by Ellen Durkan, blacksmith and adjunct professor at Delaware College of Art and Design, is an exhibit of sculptural and 3-D works, and artwork that explores the use of space.

Kathlyn Avila: “No Ordinary Woman”

“My ceramic figures embody the personalities of familiar souls that all people may recognize, regardless of where they grew up. Each figure is an expression of a unique personality that tells a story through adornment, symbolism, and gesture.”

The ceramic works in Kathlyn Avila’s “No Ordinary Woman” draw on Avila’s own life and the memorable characters she has known. Avila hopes her figures will “rekindle visitors’ memories of personal histories, real, imagined, and embellished.”

  • Opening Reception: Thursday, December 10, 6:30-8:00 pm


A showcase of work by Art League sculptors and 3-D artists. “Structures” will be on display concurrently with the annual “’Scapes” exhibit.

Juror: Rosemary Luckett
Exhibit dates: August 6–September 8, 2014
Opening reception: Thursday, August 14, 6:30–8:00 pm

Image: Under Pressure by George Tkabladze

David Alfuth: “The Adventure”

True to its title, “The Adventure” evokes surprise, wonder, and excitement in viewers as they explore a series of surreal environments and fantastical architectures. Using paper, ink, and glue, David Alfuth constructs exotic worlds in black and white for this exhibit of 3D collage.

About the artist: David Alfuth has taught art to students from kindergarten to 12th grade since 1970. His work in 3D collage began when he was creating a lesson plan on surrealism. The exercise captured his interest and grew into several ongoing series. The drawings in his collages are photocopied from sources like the Bloomingdale’s Illustrated 1886 Catalog. He received his arts education degree from the University of Wisconsin.

Exhibit dates: July 10–August 4, 2014
Opening reception: Thursday, July 10, 6:30-8:00 pm