Exhibitions of DE Artist Carol M. Gentes
May, Group exhibition, Fusions Taster's Choice, Wilmington, DE, "Spring Interpretations"
3 pieces: "Just hanging Around", "Night White", "Feathers and Nest"

December, Group juried exhibition, Beauty Art Gallery, Newton Square, PA, "Small Treasures Exhibition & Sale", 
2 mixed media pieces: "Fat Al the Gator" received 2nd place juror award, "Follow the Lines"
juror: Andrea G. Snyder

Summer 2013 to November 2014,  Group Exhibition, Painted Stave Distillery, Smyrna, DE, "Let's Drink a Toast to the Beauty of Ireland", painted stave 

October, Group Exhibition, The Lorelton, Wilmington, DE, "Feathers and Flowers",
21 acrylic paintings depicting birds or bird related

July, Solo Exhibition, Sinclair's Cafe, Newark, DE, " Mixed Media: Animal Vignettes on Textured Paper"

March, Juried Group Exhibition "In the Abstract", Newark Arts Alliance, Newark, DE
photography: "And So It Began" and "Birth of an Idea"

February, Solo Exhibition, Caffe Gelato, Newark, DE, "Abstracts from Nature - Yellowstone" 10 framed photo prints


November, Juried Group Exhibition "Meneagerie", Newark Arts Alliance, Newark, DE
painted furniture:  "Tall Elephant Accent Table" and "I love Raccoons Mini Table"

October, Joint Art Loop Exhibition,  Film Brothers Co-Op, Wilmington, DE,
painted furniture and painted rock animals



Spring, Caesar Rodney Rotary Club "Let it Rain" fundraiser for  water conservation and awareness, Wilmington, DE, painted rain barrel "Home, Tree, Home"


Spring, Designer Show House to benefit Middletown Main Street,Inc., Middletown, DE, "Garden Breezeway" 2 hallway murals


May, "Barkitecture" Faithful Friends, Inc. fundraiser, Wilmington, DE,
"Cats Rule", painted cat bed


October, Designer Show House to benefit Child, Inc. Chadds Ford, PA, "Teen Music Room", 60's inspired room with murals

In the News


November, The Daily Times, Ocean City, MD, article "Mural artist turns dreams into daily living spaces"


July, The News Journal, Wilmington, DE, article, "Artist has designs on clients' imaginations"