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April 07, 1989 - Image 88

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-04-07

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FINE ARTS

APRIL

MICHIGAN GLASS
MONTH

Featuring innovative
artists in the field
of glass design

ART SHOWS

Don Doak
Stephan Cox
David Goldhagen

DETROIT INSTITUTE
OF ARTS
5200 Woodward, "A
Festival of Spring,"
Tuesday through April
16, preview Tuesday,
admission to preview;
Michigan Artists
Program, now through
May 21; "Cleopatra's
Egypt: Age of the
Ptolemies," now through
April 30, "Splendors of
the Nile," photo exhibit,
now through May 7;
Family workshop,
Saturday, 832-2730.
DETROIT FOCUS
troit. Public Library,
lends Auditorium,
After rIbn Years: Detroit
ocusr now through
4; panel
ussiqp, 962-9025.

and gallery

LOEHMANN'S OF HUNTERS SQUARE MALL
14 MILE & ORCHARD LK. RD. • FARMINGTON HILLS
855-4488
Mon., Tues., Sat. 10-5:30;
Wed., Thurs., Fri. 10-9; Sun. 12-5

Pictured are some samples from the Ancient Glass-1989 exhibit at the
Donna Jacobs Gallery, Ltd.

Glass Month Observed
At Local Galleries

If you love the outdoors ...
if you feel Nature's beauty
in your heart ... if ducks or
geese or songbirds touch your
spirit ... you are a
Wild Wings person.

We invite you to visit one of
our distinctive galleries soon —

GREAT GIFT IDEAS!

Wild Wings Gallery Locations

One Kercheval Ave. • Grosse Pointe Farms • 855-4001
975 W. Ann Arbor Trail • Plymouth • 455-3400
155 South Bates • Birmingham • 645-2266

Gallery Hours:

Monday through Saturday
10:00-6:00
Thursday and Friday
10:00-9:00
Sunday
12:00-5:00
(Birmingham & Grosse Pointe Farms Gallery open
Fridays until 6:00 p.m. and closed Sundays)

We take great pride in the ever-growing interest and widespread
appreciation of fine art relating to the out-of-doors.

A Blend
of Traditional &
Contemporary

Several local galleries will
have special exhibits in
celebration of Michigan Glass
Month.
The Ariana Gallery, 386 E.
Maple, Birmingham, will
have its annual glass invita-
tional throughout April.
Gallery hours are 10 a.m.-5
p.m. Monday through Satur-
day and Sunday by appoint-
ment, 647-6405.
Galleria Glass '89 will
feature 30 artists displaying
hanging stained glass panels,
sculpture and blown, fused
and slumped glass work
beginning Saturday at the
County Galleria in the Ex-
ecutive Office Building, 1200
N. Telegraph, Pontiac. The
building is open during
business hours. The exhibit
continues through April 28.
Ilona Gallery, 31045 Or-
chard Lake Rd., Farmington
Hills, will feature works in
Tiffany glass and sterling
silver by Don Doak; carved
vessels by ,Stephan Cox and
handblown glass by David
Goldhagen. The show runs
throughout-April. Hours are
10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Monday,
Tuesday and Saturday; 10

a.m.-9 p.m. Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday and
noon-5 p.m. Sunday.
The Donna Jacobs Gallery
Ltd., 574 N. Woodward, Birm-
ingham, will have an exhibit
of ancient glass. The collec-
tion of more than 100 ex-
amples, includes millefiore,
marbled, core-formed, cast
and blown glass originating
from the Eastern Mediterra-
nean, Egypt, the Near East
and the Roman Empire.
Gallery hours are 11 a.m.-
5:30 p.m. Tuesday through
Saturday.
Habatat Galleries will have
their 17th annual Interna-
tional Glass show throughout
April. Nearly 100 interna-
tionally noted artists will
display more than 500 works
in glass.
This exhibit is housed at
28235 Southfield, Lathrup
Village, and at the new home
of Habatat Galleries, the
Triatria Office Complex,
32255 Northwestern Hwy.,
Farmington Hills.
Gallery hours are: 10 a.m.-
6 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday or
by appointment, 851-9090.

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Affairs D'Art Exhibit
At Lawrence Street

The Silver Pencil

GALLERY

386 N. Telegraph Road
PON TIAC
(313) 338.3110

Immortalize ydeir 'wed ones in
portraits of distinction,
Commissions by Paul A. Lowis
are created in his unique
medium of silver and black.
Select commissions accepted,
beginning at $2500.

The Bright Idea:

Give a Gift Subsaiption

88

FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1989

THE JEWISH NEWS

Affairs D'Art, a three-
person exhibition, opens to-
day at the Lawrence Street
Gallery, 29 W. Lawrence, Pon-
tiac. The opening will be from
5 to 9 p.m.
The exhibition features the
works of three local artists:
Gail Mally Mack, who works
in oils and acrylics: Darry
Melton, a photographer and
wood sculptor; and Rita
Dryman, who works in mixed
media.
Mack has shown in the Se-
cond Annual Woman's Ex-
hibition, the State of the Arts

Exhibition in Saginaw, the
Pontiac Art Center, The
Michigan Gallery, Scarab
Club. Recently she had a one-
person show through the
'Southfield Parks and Recrea-
tion Department.
Melton's photography,
which employs a number of
techniques, including zone
system, panorama, kodalith
and infra-red, has won three
Best of Show awards and, in
the Hartland Arts Show, an
Award of Excellence. He has
shown in the Michigan An-
nual Art Exhibit in Saginaw,

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