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Current Exhibitions

Jack Lewis: Delaware’s Hidden Gem

August 7 – November 22, 2020

The Biggs Museum is proud to feature the work of our “Ultimate Hidden Gem” artists, Jack Lewis. This exhibition highlights rarely seen views across the Delmarva Peninsula from the collections of the Biggs Museum, the Rehoboth Art League and the Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs.


Since Lewis was known for his local scenes, we invite you to participate in a self guided socially distanced road trip, to see some of the sites that inspired these works, noting how they were painted and what they look like today.

Explore the Eastern Shore of Maryland, as well as each County in Delaware. Download our Jack Lewis Driving Tour with map for side by side comparisons, or explore our interactive map.


Delaware Watercolor Society

August 7, 2020 through September 20, 2020

The Biggs welcomes back the winners of the juried competition of Delaware’s premier membership of artists of the watercolor medium. This year’s juror, Joel Popadics, is an esteemed watercolorist whose work has been collected widely and who teaches and exhibits internationally.



Award Winners Reunion

June 5 through August 29

Even though the Biggs Museum’s annual Award Winners exhibition, featuring each year’s fellowship winners of the Delaware Division of the Arts, has moved to CAMP Rehoboth for the rest of the summer, past recipients of this award are still on view within the museum through August. This is the 20th Anniversary of hosting the winners of this important artist prize and to commemorate this long-standing relationship, the Biggs staff asked back a few of our favorite past winners to show the success they have enjoyed since their time as a DDOA Fellow.
Reunion artists include:
  • Carrie Ann Baade
  • Lisa Bartolozzi
  • Alida Fish
  • Colette Gaiter
  • Eunice LaFate
  • Mary Putman​
  • Chad States
  • Steve Tanis

Upcoming Exhibitions

Life and Death in the Visions of Salvador Dalí: Illustrations for Les Chants de Maldoror and The Divine Comedy

December 4, 2020 – February 8, 2021

One of the most recognizable painters in the world, the imminent surrealist Salvador Dalí also illustrated a few notable editions of classic publications such as The Divine Comedy. This exhibition reveals the breathtaking imagery he produced and further expands the audience’s appreciation of this versatile talent.

Check back frequently – exhibition and event details are updated often!