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Sunday, May 19, 2024


Watercolor exhibit in Cape May


By On Deck Staff

The Mad Batter, 19 Jackson Street in Cape May, will host an exhibit of new watercolors of Cape May by local artist, Patricia Rainey, from March 25 through April 28. An artist reception will be held on Sunday March 29 from 3-4:30 p.m.
The public is invited to attend, and refreshments will be served.
There are several new street scenes depicting the charm and quaintness of Cape May. The artist will sign a free Victorian Cape May poster featuring her artwork for those in attendance.
Rainey has completed 86 watercolors of the Cape May area, all of which are available as originals, prints, note cards, and mousepads. A new line of placemats and garden flags will also be available in the spring featuring these images.
All images can be viewed at her Web site:
A book, titled Patricia Rainey’s Victorian Wonderland is in the second year of publication and is available in many of the gift shops and galleries in the area, as well as Barnes and Noble, Borders, etc. The 2010 Cape May Watercolor calendar is also now in many stores as well.
Rainey’s work can be seen on the new poster/calendar published be the Cape May County Department Of Tourism. The free poster is available at the Tourism offices in Cape May Courthouse.
A new 2009 Cape May watercolor has also been selected to be featured on the poster that will advertise the Annual Tulip Festival that is sponsored by The Chamber Of Commerce Of Greater Cape May.
The Tulip Festival poster is available at the Chamber offices for a nominal charge.

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