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November 06, 1987 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-11-06

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Fairly Artsy

Continued from preceding page

award winners. Some have
won national awards and
painter Jan Dorer of New
York was invited to exhibit in
a show at Disneyland.
When she painted, she
favored acrylics, and her sub-
jects were people rather than
objects. "I'm a people person,"
she said, adding that most of
the people in her paintings
were old men. In recent years,
she has given up painting, but
it's not for lack of interest.
"I have not painted in the
last several years. I didn't
have a studio, so I didn't get
involved." However, she has
taken a different tack. Today
her interest lies in weaving,
fibers and paper sculpture.
She has exhibited and even
sold some of her works.
Today, Levy only organizes
shows in Ann Arbor, but is
negotiating with her adopted
home, Dallas. Previously, she
conducted shows in Kansas
City, Mo., Atlanta, Ga., and
Columbus, Ohio.
She said she tries to
balance her shows — half
with two-dimensional works
such as paintings and
photography, while the other
half is comprised of crafts.
Clay pottery is the most
popular item, but generally
the seasons will dictate which
items are favored by
customers. In November, gift
items, such as wood, pottery

Levy gives an artist some pointers about his exhibit.

and glass are popular. In the
spring, paintings are hot.
However, she sees a trend
toward greater jewelry sales.
"Jewelry is right up there
with clay," she said.
Although she's been away
from Michigan for eight years
— three in Florida and five in
Dallas — "Michigan is my
home," she admits. Her
children, Mark, David, Amy
and Sandra, were all born in
Ann Arbor, and she has a
sister, Miriam Kravetz of
Southfield, and other
relatives in the Detroit area.
Fourteen years ago she

opened her show fearing the
worst — that no one would
walk through the door — on-
ly to find that people were ex-
cited to come. Today, finding
a parking place is harder
than deciding which piece of
fiber art or ceramic pottery to
buy. In addition, customers'
tastes have also changed.
They are more knowledgeable
about what they are buying
and they are more
sophisticated. And that
makes Audree Levy's top
priority — quality — her
greatest challenge and the
fuel that keeps her going.

GOING PLACES

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CHILDREN

4:30 p.m. Thursday, free,
354-5342.

PEANUT BUTTER
PLAYERS
Austin Hall, 18000 E.
Warren, Detroit, Pinocchio,
lunch at noon, 1 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday,
through Dec. 12, admission,
559-6PBP.
DETROIT
YOUTHEATRE
Detroit Institute of Arts
museum/auditorium
theatre, Amelia Bedelia .. .
and Other Stories, 11 a.m.
and 2 p.m. Saturday,
admission, 832-2730.
FARMINGTON
COMMUNITY CENTER
24705 Farmington Rd.,
Farmington Hills, The Red
Rug Puppet Theatre, 7 p.m.
Wednesday, admission,
477-8404.
SOUTHFIELD PUBLIC
LIBRARY
Marcotte Room, 26000
Evergreen Rd, Southfield,
Battle of the Books
organizational meeting,

WALT DISNEY'S MAGIC
KINGDOM ON ICE
Joe Louis Arena, Detroit,
Pinocchio Ice Show, 7:30
p.m. Tuesday through
Thursday, admission,
423-6666.

COMEDY

DUFFY'S ON THE LAKE
8635 Cooley Lake Rd.,
Union Lake, Bob Posch and
John Cionca, 9:30 and
11:30 p.m. Friday and
Saturday, admission,
363-9469.
COMEDY CASTLE
Northwood Inn Dining and
Lounge, 2593 Woodward,
Berkley, Kevin Rooney 8:30
and 11 p.m. today and
Saturday; Tim Allen 8:30
and 11 p.m. Wednesday
through Nov. 14, admission,
542-9900.

THEATER

NEW BEGINNINGS
DINNER THEATRE
RJ's Bar and Grill, 13330
E. 10 Mile Rd., Warren,
. Dracula: The Musical?,
cocktails 7 p.m. today and
Saturday, through Nov. 21,
admission, 264-4463.
BIRMINGHAM
THEATRE
211 S. Woodward,
Birmingham, Biloxi Blues,
now through Dec. 20,
admission, 644-3533.

HILBERRY THEATRE
Wayne State University,
Detroit, King Lear, 8 p.m.
today, 11 a.m. Tuesday;
Whistler, 2 and 8 p.m.
Saturday, admission,
577-2972.

MARQUIS THEATRE
135 E. Main St., Northville,
Harvey, 8 p.m. today and
Saturday, 2:30 p.m. Sunday,
admission, 349-8110.

MEADOW BROOK
THEATRE
Oakland University,
Rochester, Dear Liar, now

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