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Sarah Higgins

Circling the Past
Jul 3–Aug 29

Scary Times

Artwork in this exhibition is influenced by a lifetime involvement in the visuals arts, with influences from Higgin’s training in graphic design, painting, and ceramics.


Gordon Lyon

Degrees of Abstraction
Jul 3–Aug 29


The sculptures in this exhibition explore the range from stylized representation to complete abstraction using Lyon’s favorite materials: steel and wood.


Gil Narro Garcia

Imagining Nature Through Ice
Digital photography
Jul 3–Aug 29

Spring Spires

Garcia creates these one-of-a-kind works by photographing ice harvested from the artist’s birdbath in winter, then digitally manipulating the images to emphasize the reflective and refractive properties of the ice.


Over 70 Show

Artwork in a variety of media
Jul 17–Aug 22

Flowers for the Artist by Frank Baviello

A signature of the Delaplaine’s Creative Aging Month, this annual exhibition celebrates local artists over age 70.


Ephraim Rubenstein

Drawing from Two Decades: Large Scale Drawings, 2000–2020
Wax-resist drawings
Sep 4–26

Abu Simbell II

This exhibition includes a selection of works created over the last 20 years. The max-resist technique’s effects range from dramatic contrasts to delicate passages, and from controlled rendering to expressive gestures.


Catherine Day

Digital pigment prints on fabric
Sep 4–Oct 31

Cut Vines Akimbo

Day uses silks and antique linens as print-making materials to depict loss, grief, and the fragile nature of memory, and also to underscore the human mark made on our environment.


Kathryn Toothman

Jed and Darlin’s Woodland Friends
Wool and fabric sculptures
Sep 4–Oct 31

Jed and Darlin

Toothman uses fabric and wool on wire armatures to bring her creations to life. Presented in a carefully assembled, comfortable environment, these characters are ready to tell their tales.



Works in a variety of media
Sep 4–Oct 31

CALL FOR ENTRIES: Artists are invited to submit works in any medium, reflecting on life during the pandemic or examining the therapeutic possibilities of artmaking. See delaplaine.org for more information. The deadline for submissions is August 6.


Contemporary Innovations: Amanda McCavour

Embroidered Spaces
Embroidery installations
Sep 4–Oct 31

Floating Garden at Cornell Museum of Art, Delray Beach, FL. Photo by Matt Sturgess, 4th Ave Photo.

McCavour uses a sewing machine to create thread drawings and installations. Through an exploration of line and its 2–D and 3–D implications, stitch is used to explore various concepts such as connections to home, the fibers of the body, and more formal considerations of thread’s accumulative presence.

ABOUT THE ARTIST: Amanda McCavour is a Toronto-based artist interested in thread’s assumed vulnerability, its ability to unravel, and its strength when sewn together. McCavour shows her works, which are created on-site, in galleries throughout her native Canada and internationally.


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