Artist Guillermo Silveira to share dolphin-themed work Nov. 18
Guillermo Silveira will share his musical compositions about Delaware beaches’ dolphins at 1 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 18, at Lewes Public Library.
He also will debut a new website that will be available permanently online and on social media starting Friday, Dec. 15.
The project focuses on all the music Silveira has composed related to Delaware’s dolphins since his first visit to Rehoboth Beach in 1984. These refreshing musical compositions are mostly inspired by Delaware’s real dolphins, from Rehoboth Beach dolphins sculptures to Delaware artists’ dolphin paintings, as well as Silveira’s dolphins poems that were presented at Rehoboth Art League and the Biggs Museum of American Art.
Music and images of “Splash, the Silver Dolphin,” that have been seen in holiday and community parades will also be ready to be shared online with videos, recordings, pictures and articles in a new website titled Music on Delaware Beach’s Dolphins.
It’s not only about explaining the interdisciplinary sources and motivations that led to the creation of these lively compositions, but also about showing the creative life of Delaware.