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May 11, 1984 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-05-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 11, 1984

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Specializing in Authentic
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Artist finds solace in art

Reservations, please

PHOENIX

Rose Tarnow and Ben
and Pearl Morton.
LOVING CUP has re-
turned to Top of The Pontch
. . . playing top 40 and many
old favorites Tuesday
through Saturday til May
26 . . . Room is now called
Huge outside awning is the Sky-View Restaurant.
made of that new vinyl
JAMES ROSENQUIST
material where underneath is more than just a name
lights make it glow at night. The works of this brilliant,
In Livonia for three years, provocative artist who was
it was also called Archie's a billboard painter . . . and
. . . and a wait-to-get-in later discovered that his ex-
place.
periences as such was in-
Where'd name Archie's valuable in • transforming
come from? . . . That's the large-scale images to can-
nickname of their father, vas and paper . . . has been
Deda.
described as a kind of puzzle
THE BERKELEY ICE with no solution.
Rosenquist's works are at
SHOW today and tomor-
row, with theme of "It's A I. Irving Feldman Galleries
Small World," will feature on the Boardwalk, Orchard
four young skating lassies Lake. Rd. south of 12 Mile
who have made their par- . . and most interesting as
ents and grandparents an artist who came to prom-
mighty proud . . . Robyn, 14; inence during the Pop-art
Jamie, 11 soon; Sara, 9; and era of the early '60s.
YES, THAT WAS
Tami Tarnow, 5 . . . all ap-
peared in eight perform- Ricardo Montalban sitting
ances of the Southfield ringside and digging the
Company May 2-6 . . . as cool flute sounds of Alexan-
part of the Children's Clown der Zonjic . at Murdock's
recently . . . Montalban, a
Alley.
They are the daughters of jazz aficionado, was in town
Bob and Kathy Tarnow .. . to do a Chrysler commer-
and granddaughters of Nate cial.

confidence and satisfaction
knowing owners are cook-
ing and overseeing . . . For
sure, there's always plenty
of brothers around . . . And
Tom's wife, Rita, is hostess
on weekends.

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AMMEMIL

By delving into painting,
Linda Wagenberg turned
the grief over the death of
her sister, Arlene, into a
positive experience.
The energies she chan-
neled into painting have
also proved fruitful, since
Mrs. Wagenberg has had
the honor of having her
works exhibited in various
local shows and at local in-
stitutions.
A former school teacher
and mother of five, Mrs.
Wagenberg will open a new
show of her watercolors at
the Mainstreet Place, 903
N. Main, Royal Oak. The
show will run through June
18. Hours of the opening are
7-10 p.m. May 18.
She began studying two-
three days a week at the
Birmingham-Bloomfield
Art Association and went on
to sell some of her works to
different galleries around
town.
Among the shows in
which she has exhibited are:
New York Hilton Hotel
American Academy of
Dermatology Show, BBAA
mixed media shows, First
Federal Savings and Loan
Show, Sholem Aleichem In-

stitute Show, Temple Israel
Art Show, 38th Michigan
Watercolor Society Exhibi-
tion.
Mrs. Wagenberg's works
can be seen at the Scarab
Club, at Ilona and Gallery,
the Rubiner Gallery, Carol
Hooberman Gallery and the
Gallery at Main Street,
Royal Oak. She also has
participated in invitational
art exhibits at local
churches.

Arts festival
in Southfield

The Jewish Community
Center Runners Club will
hold its annual Chai Run
8:30 a.m. May 20 at the
Center.
Applications for the non-
competitive event are
available at the JCC and
area running stores. For
further information, con-
tact the Center physical
education department,
661-1000, ext. 183.

The Southfield Arts
Council will hold its annual
arts festival next weekend
at the Civic Center. The fes-
tival will run from 6 p.m.
May 18 through 6 p.m. May
20.
For information, call the
council, 354-1000.

Senior center
activities

The Southfield Senior
Adult Center will hold an
organizational meeting for
its summer walking club 1
p.m. May 21 at the center.
The center has also formed
its own band for Friday af-
ternoon dances. Band re-
hersals are held from 10 to
11 a.m. on Wednesdays.
For information on either
of these programs, contact
the center, 354-93. 62.

JCC slates
Chai Run

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