GEORGETOWN, Del.- The Upper Crust, birthplace of the Historic Georgetown Art Crawl, at 7 E. Market Street in Georgetown is excited to present Gilberto Rodriguez with a “Journey Through Colors” exhibit at their “Coffee shop and more…" The event begins March 30th and will conclude on April 24th. A reception will be held on Friday, April 10th from 12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m., giving individuals the chance to discuss with Gilberto Rodriguez his inspiration. Light refreshments will be served. There is no charge for the event.
Currently, Gilberto lives in Ellendale and is originally from Cuitláhuac, Veracruz-Llave, Mexico. He was born in June 1965 and his first art works were at the age of six where is used acrylics on canvas and boards. Gilberto, often times will paint with vibrant colors. Gilberto has a wide array of interest from painting landscapes, individuals, miniatures and painting furniture particularly children's table and chair sets of wild animals. He is currently painting landscapes with old buildings.
Gilberto has done shows at Delaware State University, Rehoboth Art League, Art Addiction (Wilmington DE), Hispanic Festival, Rehoboth Film Festival and currently has a piece of art on permanent display at the Georgetown Delaware Public Library. Gilberto says that his goal is to show people how beautiful it is to practice ARTS.
The Upper Crust serves made from scratch baked goods, fair trade organic coffee, breakfast & lunch in a casual setting. Part of The Upper Crust's commitment to the community is to offer a gallery space to local artists who might not otherwise have an opportunity to show their works. Please contact Bruce at firstname.lastname@example.org or 302.856.2300 to schedule a time to stop in with images of your work for approval and to possibly schedule an Exhibit date. We would like to have a "Meet the Artist" scheduled and also send the information to members of our e-mail list as "A Happening".