Transform Your Love of Nature into 3D Art

Plus: African-American art at UD, eco-friendly landscape techniques, student art exhibit at DCAD and more.


Think outside the box in a two-session workshop with eco-artist and New York Based sculptor Susan Benarcik in a make-and-take workshop Eco Fusion: 3-D Forms with Natural & Repurposed Materials at the Delaware Center for Horticulture in Wilmington, where you design and fabricate your own small sculpture while learning to incorporate harvested and found materials from your garden and green spaces with curious items from your drawers, tool sheds, and recycle bins. Bring wire clippers, scissors, garden shears, and materials that lend themselves to repurposing and sharing. Some natural materials provided. The work of artist Susan Benarcik is—ahem–deeply rooted in horticulture and design. Her concern for the environment is evident in her 3-dimensional sculptural installations, compositions that provoke the viewer to observe and reflect on human experiences individual, social, and environmental. Part printmaker and part sculptor, Benarcik takes elemental forms of the natural and man-made world into her studio, then carefully transforms them by stacking, stringing, layering, knotting and weaving them into dimensional sculpture for public and private spaces. In the hands of this artist, simple materials become contemplative compositions for interior and exterior application that are highly tactile and evocative. They evidence a fondness and respect for the natural world, delight and bring equilibrium to our senses by allowing the natural world become part of our daily cognitive experience. It happens Feb. 18 and Feb. 25. To register, go to

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Feb. 13
Event [IN Wilmington Promotional Pick of the Week] Meet new folks and learn some fun facts about love and dating in our natural world during Science After Dark: Evolution of Love More
Event Poor little Alex. This goes so beyond a bad hair day. See Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day at the DuPont Theatre… More

Feb. 15
Event Explore eco-friendly landscape techniques with UD’s Susan Barton and Jules Bruck during Sustainable Suburbia at the stunning Mt. Cuba Center in Hockessin… More

Feb. 15-16
Event Delaware Division of the Arts individual artist fellow in folk art Knicoma Frederick exhibits at the Mezzanine Gallery in Wilmington. His colorful images may wake something inside you More
Event Students from universities and colleges in Delaware and Maryland exhibit across all media in Hot off the Press at the Rehoboth Art League… More
Event Etch A Sketch: People, Presidents and Places features more than 50 portraits created on the old-school toy by artist Tim George. See it at the Delaware Children’s Museum… More
Event FreshPAINT: African-American Art at UD Exhibits works from the impressive Paul R. Jones Collection of African-American ArtMore
Event The New Candlelight Theatre starts its season with a tale of unemployed men who grin and, well, bare it in “The Full Monty.” Prepare yourself… More
Event See hot young talent on the rise when all six DCAD majors are represented in the annual student show at the Delaware College of Art and Design… More
Event Clear Space Theatre Company presents a new version of the Broadway hit “The Odd Couple.” Felix and Oscar’s famous differences never cease to amuse… More
Event Drop in to see all things red during “Mad About Red,” a juried exhibit at Newark Arts Alliance to celebrate the month of romance... More
Event Philly artist Emily Erb applies the Indian technique
of silk painting to her work in “Legal Tender,” which examines the art and use of currency. It opens at Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts
tonight... More
Event Faces of the Collection is a multicultural
exploration of the human face from works owned by the University of Delaware at the Old College Gallery... More


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