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April 14, 1989 - Image 109

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-04-14

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SOUTHWEST ART

The largest selection in this area
by the finest artists in
the Southwest

ART SHOWS

DETROIT INSTITUTE
OF ARTS
5200 Woodward, "A
Festival of Spring," now
through Sunday;
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,
832-2730.
DETROIT FOCUS
Detroit Public Library,
Friends Auditorium,
"After Ten Years: Detroit
Focus," today, 962-9025.
UNIVERSITY OF
MICHIGAN MUSEUM
OF ART
525 S. State, Ann Arbor,
"All Creatures Great and
Small," now through
May 21, 764-0395.
CRANBROOK
ACADEMY OF ART
MUSEUM
500 Lone Pine,
Bloomfield Hills, art and
antique auction,
Saturday, 645-3333.
CENTER FOR
CREATIVE STUDIES
Sarkis Galleries, 245
East Kirby, Detroit,
recent works by Fine
Arts faculty, now
through May 2.
872-3118.
DETROIT GALLERY
OF CONTEMPORARY
CRAFTS
301 Fisher Building,
Detroit, Michigan Glass
Month Show, now
through May 6.
873-7888.
PRESTON BURKE
GALLERIES
240 East Grand River
Avenue, Detroit, "Recent
Works" by Helen
Cartmell, today.
963-2350.
SWIDLER GALLERY
308 West Fourth Street,
Royal Oak, "Korean
Roots in American Clay,"
now through May 20.
Reception with artists
today; slide/lecture with
artists Saturday.
542-4880.
ROBERT KIDD
GALLERY
107 Townsend Street,
Birmingham, "Glass
Invitational 1989," now
through April 29.
642-3909.
DETROIT
HISTORICAL
MUSEUM
5401 Woodward (at Kirby),

"Under the Skin: The
Changing Anatomy of the
American Automobile," now
through 1989, 833-1664.
ARIANA GALLERY
386 E. Maple, Birmingham,
"Glass Invitational,"
through April. 647-6405.
LE MINOTAURE
GALLERY
115 E. Ann, Ann Arbor,
"Gallery Artists," today
and Saturday. 665-0445.
ART SHOW GALLERY
Orchard Lake Rd., West
Bloomfield, Susan Shlom
"Recent Paintings and
Constructions," now
through Tuesday. 855-0813.
COUNTY GALLERIA
Executive Office Bldg.,
1200 N. Telegraph, Pontiac,
"Galleria Glass '89,"
through April 28. 858-0415.
CANTOR/LEMBERG
GALLERY
538 N. Woodward,
Birmingham, James Brown,
etchings; Sam Francis,'
lithographs and
etching/aquatints; Robert
Mangold, aquatints,
through April 30. 642-6623.
ART KALEIDOSCOPE
512 N. Lincoln, Academy
Center, Bay City, "Glass
Transparencies-Sculptures
in Glass," featuring Mark
Bleshenski, now through
April 29. 517-892-8552.
SYBARIS GROUP
Glass works by Paul
Marioni, Richard Marquis,
Elizabeth Pannell and
Etsuko Sakimura, by
appointment, through April
30. 542-8902 or 544-9552.

TOUCH OF LIGHT
STUDIO
23426 Woodward, Ferndale,
Spring Lighting Show
features John Fitzpatrick,
through April 30. 543-1868.

HOMESTEAD GALLERY
136 S. Pontiac Trail, Walled
Lake, "Pastel Verses,"
paintings by Timothy
Yanke now through April
30. 669-8980.

FRIENDS OF
PHOTOGRAPHY
Michigan Gallery, 2661
Michigan, Detroit, Amy
Kahn with slides and
discussiOn of her work,
"Color Abstraction and
Collaging in the Female
Figure," Sunday.

RUBINER GALLERY
7001 Orchard Lake Rd.,
West Bloomfield,
Mignonette Yin Cheng,
"Paintings," now through
May 3. 626-3111.

Originals Only
• Oils
• Gouache
• Watercolor • Acrylics
• Indian Pottery

By Appointment

Only:
West Bloomfield
855-6089 or 855-3880
Fran & Bob Stern

Dealers Welcome

A Blend
of Traditional &
Contemporary

11th Anniversary
YOUNG ISRAEL
OF SOUTHFIELD

Morris and Helen Weiss
Recipients of the

Chesed Award

Anniversary Banquet
Sunday, May 7, 1989
at the
Jewish Community
Center
West Bloomfield

Phone:
352-8832 -or 356-8867

For Reservations

0

Immortalize yo: Ir 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 Silver Pencil

GALLERY

386 N. Telegraph Road
PONTIAC
(313) 338.3110

HIGH SCHOOL
REUNIONS
FOR 1989

\MESA ARTS

Central 1938

Northern & Central
1900-1939
Central 1939

Call

CLASS
REUNIONS PLUS

773-8820

AMERICAN SOUTHWEST

• Jewelry
• Folk Art
.

• Pottery
• Sculpture

• Paintings
• Kachinas

Gallery Hours:
Tues.-Fri. 10-4 p.m., Sat. 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
or by appointment

32800 Franldin Rd., Franklin, MI (313) 851.9949

10th
Anniversary
Sale
Save 30 to 50%

251 Merrill
Birmingham
(313) 644-7311

2915 Breton
Grand Rapids

(1.800-622-RUGS)

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la moLE RD

MESA ARTS

S

BRENT R. SOLOMON, C.P.A.

Masters in Taxation

29777 Telegraph
Suite 2500
Southfield, MI 48034

358.3130

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