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April 28, 1989 - Image 90

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-04-28

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I FINE ARTS I

20-50 % Off
Sculptures
Paintings
Fine Prints
Judaica

Woodturning
Art Displayed

29080 Inkster
(2nd house N. of 12 Mile)

Southfield, Ml
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352-4290

Hours: Sun-Fri 12-5 P.M.
Or By Appointment

,

THE ART FORM
OF TURNING

APRIL 28 - MAY 20, 1989

JAMS WETSMAN

20th CENTURY DECORATIVE ART

ED BOSLEY, CHARLES CROWLEY, FRANK CUMMINGS III,
DAVID ELLSWORTH, GILES GILSON, MICHELLE HDLZAPFEL,
MICHAEL HOSALUK, WILLIAM HUNTER, RONALD KENT,
DAN KVITKA, KELLY MAHLER, BRUCE MITCHELL, MICHAEL MODE,
PHILIP MOULTHROP, DALE NISH, MICHAEL PETERSON,
RUDE OSOLNIK, ALLEN RITZMAN, MARK SFIRRI, JOANNE SHIMA,
MIKE SHULER, ALAN STIRT, BOB STOCKSDALE, MAX WARDLOW

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Friday, April 28 through Saturday, May 20.

Artpack Services, Inc,
31505 Grand River
Door #10
Farmington, MI 48024

Gallery Hours: Wednesdays and Thursdays by appointment
(313) 645-6212 Janis Wetsman Collection
(313) 478-8946 Artpack Services, Inc.
Fridays and Saturdays,12 p.m. - 5 p.m.

Opening Reception Friday,April 28,5 p.m. - 8 p.m.

A
CELEBRATION
OF
CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN

GLASS

Don't look
how different
he is from
your son. But
how alike
he is.

He's mentally retarded. But he
has the same interests the same
wants and needs that any boy
does.
There are 6 million mentally re-
tarded citizens in America. 6 mil-
lion sons and daughters who
want to go to public schools,
who want to work and want to
live useful, happy lives. Its up to
us to make sure they get those
opportunities.
So, please, help us. You'll be

helping 6 million Americans who
desperately need you.

Open form bowl by Thomas Buechner Ill., Corning, New York

SEL9/
/SHEVEL GALLERY

FINE AMERICAN CRAFTS & IMPORTED FOLK ART
329 S Main, Ann Arbor, 313,761-6263 • Mon. through Thurs & Sat 10-6,
Fri 10-10, beginning April 13, open Thurs till 9 p.m.

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FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1989

JARC

28366 Franklin Rd.
Southfield, MI 48034
(313) 352-5272

The Art of Turning," an ex-
clusive exhibit of woodturned
art from around the country
will premiere today at 5 p.m.
at Artpack Services in
Farmington.
Rude Osolnik, a 90-year-old
woodturner, and Ronald Kent,
an award-winning wood-
turner, will give lathe
demonstrations.
The Janis Wetsman-owned
will show pieces that have
been designed, carved and
color finished as one-of-a-kind
creations that can be used in
the home or office. Featured
artists include: David
Ellsworth, William Hunter,
Philip Moulthrop, Joanne
Shima and Alan Stirt.
The exhibit, which runs un-
til May 20, will feature addi-
tional lathe demonstrations
by Kent and Osolnik at 6 p.m.
today and on Saturday at 1
p.m.
are:
hours
Gallery
Wednesdays and Thursdays
by appointment, (Wetsman)
645-6212, Fridays and Satur-
days noon until 5 p.m. (Art-
pack) 478-8946.

Cranbrook Has
Degree Show

The work of 66 Master of
Fine Art and Master of Ar-
chitecture candidates from
the nine departments at
Cranbrook Academy of Art
will be on display at Cran-
brook Academy of Art
Museum during April and
May.
Included in the first exhibi-
tion on view through Sunday
are graduate candidates of
design, metalsmithing, print-
making and sculpture. The
second show, on view from
May 5-14, will feature
graduates in the departments
of architecture, ceramics,
fiber, painting and
photography. Degree shows
are a requirement for
graduation.
Museum hours are 1-5 p.m.,
Tuesday through Sunday.

Egg Artistry
Show And Sale

The second annual Egg ar-
tistry show and sale hosted by
the Michigan Egg Art Guild
will be held Saturday and
Sunday at the Dearborn Civic
Center, 15801 Michigan Ave.
This fine-art exhibition of
natural egg decorating in the
Faberge style features local,
national and international
artists and dealers. The eggs,
ranging from the tiny finch to
the large ostrich, are in-

tricately cut, painted, jeweled
or beaded.
Show hours are 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
Proceeds will be donated to
the Abused Children in
Michigan Fund. There is an
admission charge.

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Jewish Film
Wins Award

Pittsburgh — Murray
Avenue, a film by Pittsburgh
filmmaker Sheila Chamovitz,
was recently named "Best
Exploration of an Ethnic com-
munity" in the 1989 VITAS
Film Festival.
Murray Avenue is a per-
sonal portrait of an old, yet
vital Jewish neightobhood in
the midst of change.

Touch Of Light
Exhibit Opens

The Civic Center Gallery,
26000 Evergreen, in the
Southfield parks and recrea-
tion building, will present the
"Touch of Light" exhibit from
Tuesday through May 19. The
show will include lamps,
vases, paperweights and
decorative plates by
glassblower John Fitzpatrick.

Calendar

Continued from preceding page

`89," through Saturday.
858-0415.
CANTOR/LEMBERG
GALLERY
538 N. Woodward,
Birmingham, James Brown,
etchings; Sam Francis,
lithographs and
etching/aquatints; Robert
Mangold, aquatints,
through Sunday. 642-6623.
ART KALEIDOSCOPE
512 N. Lincoln, Academy
Center, Bay City, "Glass
Transparencies-Sculptures
in Glass," featuring Mark
Bleshenski, through May
26. 517-892-8552.
SYBARIS GROUP
Glass works by Paul
Marioni, Richard Marquis,
Elizabeth Pannell and
Etsuko Sakimura, by
appointment, through
Sunday. 542-8902 or
544-9552.
TOUCH OF LIGHT
STUDIO
23426 Woodward, Ferndale,
Spring Lighting Show
features John Fitzpatrick,
through Sunday. 543-1868.
HOMESTEAD GALLERY
136 S. Pontiac Trail, Walled
Lake, "Pastel Verses,"
paintings by Timothy
Yanke through Sunday.
669-8980.

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