Local artists and Rehoboth Beach Film Society members Nettie Green and Anne Buck will hold a sale of original watercolors and pottery on Saturday, December 5 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm at the studio/residence of Nettie Green, 157 E. Buckingham Dr, Rehoboth Beach.
The sale, entitled “For the Love of Creativity,” will benefit the Film Society’s project to create a new screening venue for independent film in the community. The Rehoboth Beach Film Society will be opening a 108-seat theater and smaller screening room at Dartmouth Plaza, Lewes in early 2016. RBFS Board President Allen Stafford stated “the Film Society is very appreciative of the generous support of Nettie Green and Anne Buck. This is a great opportunity to purchase wonderful gifts of art for the holidays.”
Nettie Green is a potter who describes her work as “stoneware, meant to be used and enjoyed” and adds that her pieces can handle the dishwasher, the oven, and the microwave. More of her work can be seen at www.delawarebyhand.org/green.shtml. Anne Buck works in watercolor to create pieces with vibrant color in a somewhat impressionistic style. See her gallery of portraits, landscapes, and florals at www.annebuck.com. Each artist will donate one third of profits from