A reception in honor of Emily F. Kemp, a painter who specialized in watercolors and also was a weaver, potter and needleworker, will be held from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. tomorrow at the Beeson Funeral Home and Chapel in Wilmington, Del.
Mrs. Kemp died Nov. 16 of heart failure at a Wilmington retirement community. She was 106.
She specialized in watercolors of flower arrangements but sometimes painted in oils.
A former president of the Woman's Club of Relay, she taught art classes there until she was 99.
She was also a former president of the Carroll Branch of the National Association of American Pen Women.
Born in Lapidum but reared in Baltimore, the former Emily Foard was a graduate of Western High School and the Maryland Institute College of Art, to which she returned during the 1940s for graduate work. She taught at private schools as a young woman.