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May 20, 1988 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-20

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Ermanno & Liz Lazzari

"Actually, I'm spread
throughout the house," she
says. "Everything's a mess.
I'd like to get a studio in Pon-
tiac, and I'm now looking for
one. It would be close to home,
and there's a very large
enclave of working artists in
Pontiac. Also, the property is
relatively inexpensive.
"I really need a (sculpture)
studio outside my house
where I can cast pieces
because that's really, really
dirty work. The dust gets in-
to the ventilating system
throughout the house, and
you need so much material
besides. I'm spread out all
over the basement right now
with pieces in various stages
of completion. Some are ready
to be molded, but I just don't
have the place to mold them."
Often, Gottlieb says, it
takes months to complete a
sculptured piece. An artist
who sometimes re-works
pieces a number of times, she
titled a recent hydrostone
wall relief, "A Million Times
Over."
"As I get to know a model,
I try to capture something
that I see in them," she says.
"Not long ago, I did a
(sculptural) piece of my step-
father and, before I had
finished with it, I could see
that he had aged. I took the
clay then, and changed the
piece into 'something' I felt
was happening to him.
Something that's important
for me to try to capture is the
feeling of passing time. I
understand much more about
Dali's melting clocks at this
point in my life than I did
even 10 years ago.
"I nearly always work with
live models," Gottlieb em-
phasizes. "With my drawings,
I try to catch light, and a feel-
ing of mystery. The sculpture
has more to do with my feel-
ings about things."
Her work will be on display
in the Quiet Room at the Far-
mington Hills Library.

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