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April 14, 1989 - Image 108

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-04-14

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FINE ARTS

The Fine Art of

For your viewing pleasure,
William Blackwell of the "Edna
Hibel Corporation," will be at

EDNA

Available at this showing only.

...Imported Soapstone Boxes
...Framed Reproductions
...Music Boxes

...Collector Plates

...Crystal Sculpture
...Porcelain Dolls

Grossman Gallery, Inc.

Franklin, Michigan

...Porcelain Sculpture

Make your Mother's Day Shopping Easy —

There is a price for everyone!

Kindly R.S.V.P (313) 851-6637

Ginopolis On The Grill,
27815 Middlebelt Road,
(at 12 Mile Rd.)
Farmington Hills, Michigan,
Sunday, April 23, 1989
from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm
At this time you may view all
new lithos by Edna Hibel, as
well as many of her older
pieces, including pastels and ar-
tist proofs.
Please join us for hors
d'oeuvres, champagne and
showing.

Fred and Becky Grossman

The paintings of Josef Zaritsky are among the many works on display at
Gallery Yakir.

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Fri 10-10, beginning April 13, open Thurs. till 9 p.m.

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Ceramics by Ruth

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100 FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1989

Gallery Yakir will par-
ticipate in several shows and
events this year.
At the University of
Judaism, Los Angeles, the
gallery will present a
retrospective exhibition for
sculptor Aharon Bezalel now
through May 9. Yakir is
Bezalel's national distributor.
A special exhibition to
benefit United Hebrew
Schools will continue in the
lobby. of the UHS building
through Wednesday. Etchings
by A. Yakin and Judaica are
featured.
Avraham Yakin will be

represented this summer in a
one-man show at Gallery
Yakir. Most of his subjects are
Jewish and feature
Jerusalem landscapes.

Gallery Yakir is sending an
art show throughout the
United States to help benefit
Friends of the IDF, a support
organization for Israel's
Defense Forces.

Israel Bonds, women's divi-
sions, throughout the U.S.
will feature a collection of
Judaica and sculpture at
their meetings, presented by
Gallery Yakir.

DuMouchelles Auction

In Meyer Rosenbaum's ex-
tensive travels, he looked for
items that would be of promo-
tional value to his Meyer
Treasure Chest Jewelry
stores. Now in retirement,
Rosenbaum has decided to let
others enjoy his treasured an-
tiques and collectibles.
DuMouchelles Art Galler-
ies will offer the items in auc-
tion today through Sunday at
409 E. Jefferson, Detroit.
' Among the pieces is a Louis
XVI, 18th Century white
marble, d'ore bronze
calliophonic back clock made
by renowned French clock
maker, Jean LePaute, for
Marie Antoinette. The
original works remain in the
back of the clock and it offers
a music box (calliophonic) ver-
sion of the time.
A Korean gold crown,
discovered in - 1921, and a
miniature of the Gates of Lon-
don, handwrought in sterling
silver, are also up for auction.
Detroit is represented in an
assortment entitled,
"Dynamic Detroit" by Adam
Nowakowski. Created as a
library set, each work
represents a discipline:
agriculture, arts, medicine,
law, industry. Each piece has

tiny silver over metal
representations of the tools of
that discipline carved on it.
For information on the auc-
tion, call Joan Walker,
963-6255.

Inuit Art
At Gallery

Territorial Sculptures
Gallery, 330 Hamilton, Bir-
mingham, along with Tut-
tavik, announces its spring
show entitled "Transforma-
tion of the Shaman." The
show will consist solely of
pieces depicting the shaman's
transformation into an
animal and back again. The
pieces were created by Inuit
carvers.
"Transformation of the
Shaman" will run through
May 30. The gallery is open
from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tues-
day through Saturday.

Fiberarts Guild

The 18th annual Ann Ar-
bor Fiberarts Guild sale will
take place from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. April 22 at Matthaei
Botanical Gardens, 1800 N.
Dixboro Road, Ann Arbor.

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