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April 07, 1989 - Image 89

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-04-07

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in the Traverse City
Michigan Art Show, and in
numerous juried shows
around Michigan.
Dryman, who holds a B.F.A
degree from Wayne State
University and studied at
Pratt Art Institute, has
shown in the Michigan An-
nual XVII Show at the Art
Center in Mt. Clemens, the
Ninth Michigan Artists show
at the Art Center at Battle
Creek, the Lansing Art
Gallery, and in Boston, Mass.
at Tufts University.
Also on exhibit are the
"broken glass" pieces of Anne
Haven from Grand Rapids,
and the 11 co-op members:
Joan Brace, Susanne Camp,
Barbara Hirt (B. Ragalyi),
Laura Whitesides Host,
Maureen Janott, Margo
LaGattuta, Diana Mullane,
Sonya Persia, Lois Robbins,
Linda Norton Savell and Mat-
thew John Schellengerg. The
show runs through April 29.

Rubiner Hosts
Cheng Exhibit

The Rubiner Gallery, 7001
Orchard Lake Rd., Suite
430A, West Bloomfield, will
present the work of
Mignonette Yin Cheng on
Saturday.
Born in mainland China,
Ms. Cheng studied art in
Shanghai and Hong Kong.
She emigrated to the U.S. and
received her Master of Fine
Arts degree from Ohio Uni-
versity. She is a professor of
art at the University of
Michigan. In 1988, she had a
one-person exhibition at the-
University of Michigan
Museum of Art.
Ms. Cheng paints with wax
emulsion, a medium she
developed by combining wax,
linseed oil, turpentine and oil
colors.
The exhibition will consist
of large oils on canvas, and a
group of miniature water-
colors, some as small as 3x4
inches. The artist will be pre-
sent for the opening reception
on Saturday from 2 to 5 p.m.
The exhibition continues
through May 3.

Homestead Has
Pastel Show

A new show entitled,
"Pastel Verses, paintings by
Timothy Yanke" will open at
the Homestead Gallery, 136
S. Pontiac Tr., on Saturday at
8 p.m. The show will run
through April 30.
Yanke's work is a mixed-
media blend of acrylic and
pastel. Many layers of wash
and more color are spon-

taneously added until the
mood of the final piece
emerges.
Yanke was educated in fine
arts at North Texas State
University and is a resident of
Oak Park.
A percentage of proceeds
from the first week of the
show will benefit Women's
American ORT.
Saturday's reception will
include hors d'oeuvres.
Gallery hours are: Tuesday-
Sunday, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.;
Thursday, 11 a.m. - 9 p.m.









Seder Plates
Matzah Covers
Menorahs
Mezuzahs
Ketubahs
Kiddush Cups
Candlesticks

Pewabic Picks
New Director

18k Gold and Silver Seder Plate and Kiddush Cup by B. Yemini

Mary
Roehm,
an
internationally-recognized
ceramics and sculpture artist,
has been named director of
historic Pewabic Pottery,
10125 E. Jefferson, Detroit.
Pewabic Pottery, founded in
1903 by Mary Chase Perry, is
an internationally renowned
ceramics learning center,
museum, gallery, archives
and producer of hand-crafted
architectural tile and pottery.
The pottery, which derives its
name from an Indian word
meaning "Copper colored
clay," is one of only two re-
maining historic pottery
facilities in the nation.

Palette, Brush
Show Opens

An exhibition of artwork by
members of the Palette and
Brush Club will be featured
at The Birmingham Com-
munity House, 380 S. Bates,
during April.
The Community House
show will feature oils, acrylics
and watercolors. The selected
artists will be present at the
opening of the show on Satur-
day from 2 to 5 p.m.

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Originals Only
• Gouache
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• Watercolor • Acrylics
• Indian Pottery

Art Shows

Continued from preceding page

By Appointment Only:

308 West Fourth Street,
Royal Oak, "Functional
Ceramics As Art," today
and Saturday; "Korean
Roots in American Clay,"
April 14-May 20, reception
with artists, April 14,
slide/lecture with artists
April 15. 542-4880.
ROBERT KIDD
GALLERY
107 Thwnsend Street,
Birmingham, "Glass
Invitational 1989," now
through April 29. 642-3909.
DETROIT HISTORICAL
MUSEUM
5401 Woodward (at Kirby),
"Under the Skin: The

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