Gary D. Crowl of Rehoboth Beach, Del., is the featured artist at this year’s Fall Lewes Historical Society Craft Fair.
Crowl’s specialty is collages depicting the sunrise and sunset along the Eastern shore. They are made from driftwood that he collects along Delaware beaches. These unique collages are framed with pieces of sand dune fencing, docks, and decks that wash ashore after seasonal storms.
Other showcased crafts include homemade soaps, furniture made from reclaimed barn wood, and colorful pottery.
Live bluegrass music from the popular band New and Used Bluegrass will set the mood for this fun day, and food and fresh baked goods will be available for purchase.
The event is held on Saturday, October 2 at the Lewes Historic Complex. An admission fee of $5 will be collected at the door, and the proceeds benefit the Society’s preservation and education programs.
For more information, visit www.historiclewes.org or call the Lewes Historical Society at 302-645-7670.