Evergreene Homes hosts Wisbrock, Rice at Meet-the-Artist event
Evergreene Homes on the afternoon of Sept. 7 hosted local artists Cheryl Wisbrock and Ellen Rice at the Tidal Walk community in Ocean View. Attendees of the Bethany Beach Boardwalk Arts Festival were invited to the Meet-the-Artist Happy Hour in Evergreene’s Sandpiper model as a background to converse and experience the artists’ works.
The two artists have been a chosen to produce signature pieces for Beebe Healthcare’s new South Coastal Cancer Center, opening next summer in Millville.
“Every room in the three-story home was filled with the happy din of conversation and laughter, as the event featured six stunning pieces from each artist, delicious food and drink — Evergreene’s signature coastal style and decor, and a beautiful gathering of the local community in this brand new beach neighborhood,” Evergreene representatives said.
“Everyone loved the model home, the artists had so many followers, and it was just a great atmosphere,” said one of the event attendees. “It was a ‘Wow!’”
“Evergreene Homes is proud to have been a partner in this event and looks forward to the completion of Beebe’s new facility, making the Delaware beaches an even happier and healthier place to vacation and live,” representatives added.
The Tidal Walk community by Evergreene is now selling coastal homes less than one mile from the beach starting in the $400,000s.