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August 16, 1974 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-08-16

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Friday, August 16, 1974-7

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"I paint what I see:' is the artist's classic
Yet, from the eye to the mind to the
brush, an image can change form
drastically. To Duchamp, a nude descend-
ing a staircase can become a geometric
jiggle of prismed light. A swirling sea of
thick yellows and blues can be sky to
Van Gogh.

That is the basis of art. That crucial
passage through the brain where image
becomes imagery, where simple sight
becomes vision.
In much the same way that an artist's
style is his representation, so, too, are
you perceived. By your style.
At Osmun's, we're patrons of neo-
classicism. Classical good looks in
exciting new interpretations.

Not rococo, not surreal, but .the kind
of clothes that will make you be seen in
the right perspective when you go back
to class.
You see, at Osmun's, we may not know
art. But we know what you like.

smun s

Do your homework at

Fashion for men and young men.

Open evenings 'til 9 in the Tel-Twelve Mall (12 Mile and Telegraph in Southfield), Tech Plaza Center (12 Mile and Van Dyke in Warren), and the
Tel-Huron Center (Telegraph and Huron in Pontiac). You can charge what you want with your Osmun's Charge, BankAmericard or Master Charge card.

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