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June 02, 1989 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-02

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This octagonal table by L. Jesse Schneider will be among the pieces
exhibited in the Ariana Gallery show.

Ariana Gallery Exhibits
'Flock Of Furniture"

Ariana Gallery, 386 E.
Maple, Birmingham, will pre-
sent "A Flock of Furniture,"
an invitational exhibition of
contemporary home fur-
nishings, June 10-30.
Ten artists will be featured,
from the whimsical fish fur-
niture of Greg Jaris to the
wood tables of Jesse
Schneider. Artists Jane Park
and Pamela Morrin will show
children's furniture.
In addition to tables and
chairs, there will be "house
jewelry:" Lisa Marra's
abstract painted wall mirrors
and screens, Nancy Frank's
decorative cubes and Jane
Park's painted hope chest.
Michael Creed's CATiron-

Steel Sculpture
Exhibit Due

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Cantor/Lemberg Gallery
will open an exhibition of new
steel sculpture by Todd.
Erickson on Saturday.
An M.F.A. graduate of
Cranbrook Academy of Art,
Erickson is an instructor in
sculpture, foundry techniques
and welding at Center for
Creative Studies-College of
Art and Design.
Erickson has exhibited
throughout the Michigan
area. This will be his first
one-man show at the gallery.
The exhibit will continue
through June 24.
Gallery hours are: 11 a.m.
to 5:30 p.m., Tuesday through
Saturday.

dack lawn chair also will be
on exhibit.
The opening reception will
take place June 10, 1-5 p.m.
Gallery hours are: Monday-
Saturday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. and
Sunday by appointment.

Artist Has
Southfield Show

The paintings of George
Graveldinger will be on
display in the Southfield
Civic Center Gallery, 26000
Evergreen, Monday to June
16.
Graveldinger worked as an
industrial sculptor for the
Chrysler Corp. Since his
retirement in 1988, he began
painting on a full-time basis.
His favorite medium is acrylic
on paper and canvas. His sub-
ject matter ranges from street
people to landscapes.

Children's Art
Classes Begin

ARTventure, a program de-
signed to help introduce
children, ages 3-7 to the world
of art, will begin June 26 at
Southfield's Art Center,
26080 Berg, Southfield.
Meetings are twice weekly.
Three and four year olds meet
Monday and Wednesday at 10
a.m. and the five to seven
year olds, Tuesday and Thurs-
day at 10 a.m.
There is a materials fee. For
information call Molly
Feinberg, 354-4717.

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