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April 28, 1989 - Image 91

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-04-28

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AROUND TOWN

Barbara Hertzberg's work is displayed in a glass case.

Sam Desow is proud of his
ceramic cup.

Alan Bider admires the artwork.

Harold Folkoff holds his ceramic plate.

JARC Art

Sinai Hospital displays the works of 23 artists
from the Jewish Association for Retarded Citizens.

PHOTOS BY BOB McKEOWN

Instructor Linda Zalla sits with artist Patty Sharpe.

he works of 23 artists have been on display at Sinai Hospital of
Detroit for the last two weeks. Water colors, acrylics, ceramics and wall
hangings were produced by the members of the Jewish Association for
Retarded Citizens.
The artists were assisted by local artist and JARC volunteer Linda
Zalla, who taught water color techniques during monthly classes at a JARC
Haverim Home. Ceramic pieces were created in Gary Richmond's pottery
class at the Jewish Community Center.
The Sinai Guild hosted a dinner for the artists at the opening of the
show, which ends May 7 at Sinai Hospital. ❑

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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