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July 28, 1989 - Image 71

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-07-28

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I FINE ARTS 1

MESA ARTS

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

ART SHOWS

CANTOR/LEMBERG
GALLERY
538 N. Woodward Ave.,
Birmingham, Susan
Laufer's works on paper,
today through Aug. 12,
hours: 11 a.m. -5:30 p.m.
Tuesday through
Saturday, free, 642-6623.
ROBERT KIDD
GALLERY
107 Townsend St.,
Birmingham, paintings
and sculptures by
Brooker, Lefkowitz,
Gniewek, Michaels,
Kohlmeyer and more,
now through Aug. 12,
hours: 10:30 a.m. -5:30
p.m. Tuesday through
Saturday, free, 642-3909.
CRANBROOK
ACADEMY OF ART
MUSEUM
500 Lone Pine Rd.,
Bloomfield Hills, Joseph
Wesner, Pherein Series,
now through Sept. 17;
Robert Sailors, Textiles,
now through Oct. 29;
Fluxus: Selections from
the Gilbert and Lila
Silverman Collection,
now through Oct. 8, free,
645-3323.
THE COMMUNITY
HOUSE
380 South Bates Street,
Birmingham, Nancy
Good, Monet Series,
through August, free,
644-5832.
MESA ARTS
32800 Franklin Rd.,
Franklin, works of
Catherine Aten, Lynn
Loschbaugh and
Catherine Harding,
through August, hours:
10 a.m. -5 p.m. Tuesday
through Friday, 11 a.m.
-5 p.m. Saturday, free,
851-9949.
TROY ART GALLERY
755 W. Big Beaver, Troy,
"The Human Element,"
featuring Will Barnett,
Pat Boyer, Bertha Cohen
and more, Tuesday
through Sept. 20, hours:
11 a.m. -5:30 p.m.
Tuesday through Friday,
11 a.m. -4 p.m. Saturday
(closed Saturdays in
August), free, 362-0112.

Troy Gallery
Sets Art Show

Various approaches to the
human element in art are the
subject of Troy Art Gallery's
latest exhibition which
begins Tuesday.
The show, "Figurative Art,

the Human Element, -
features works by Will
Barnett, Pat Boyer, Bertha
Cohen, Charlotte Evans,
Mathias Mulame, Evelyn
Raskin, Raphael Soyer and
Japanese artists, Toyokuni III
and Yoshitoshi.
The show runs through
Sept. 20.

`Fluxus' Show
At Cranbrook

"Fluxus: Selections from
the Gilbert and Lila Silver-
man Collection" is now on
view at the Cranbrook
Academy of Art Museum in
Bloomfield Hills.
The exhibition focuses on
the Fluxus movement,
presenting publications,
multiples and objects.
The show runs through Oct.
8.

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• JEWELRY
• FOLK ART
• FURNITURE

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BRONZES & ETCHINGS

• Originals • Bronzes • Lithographs
• Chagall • Picasso • Appel • Bragg
• Natkin • Papart • Boulanger

Gallery Opens
Exhibition

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A three-woman exhibition,
"It must be Tuesday," opens
Aug. 8 at the Lawrence Street
Gallery in Pontiac.
An artists' reception will be
held 6 p.m. Aug. 11. The show,
which features artists Ricki
Berlin, Marilyn Blinder and
Nancy Raitt, will run through
Sept. 9.

With This Ad

Expires 8131/89

CATHERINE'S
NEW VISION ART GALLERY

4066 Telegraph Rd., Suite E
Petersen Bldg. (S. of Long Lake Rd.)

Bloomfield Hills, MI

Good's Photos
In Birmingham

644-5870 or 1-800-245-5888

"Violoncelliste" by G. Rodo Boulanger
Cast in Bronze 1988
(13 1 /2" high including base)

EVENINGS &' ART APPRAISALS BY APPOli\TMENT HOURS: 10-6 ,klon.-Sat

Photographer Nancy Good
will display some of her
Monet Series at the Com-
munity House in Birm-
ingham during the month of
August.
Her pictures include
Monet's gardens at his home
in Giverny, France.

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A COMPLETE DESIGN STUDIO

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Southwest Art
At Mesa Gallery

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The Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra performs at Kens-
ington Metropark 8 p.m.
today.
Other free DSO concerts in-
clude 8 p.m. Aug. 11 at
Metropolitan Beach and 5
p.m. Sept. 24 in Detroit's
Cultural Center. The concerts
are free.

All Vertical Blinds

s ROAD • SOUTHFIELD • 552-9507
In the Southfield Commons Shopping Plaza

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nctional to frivolous,
classic to contemporary,
where good design is -
the perfect blend of
form, function and taste. 'MI

American Red Cross

DSO Performs
Free Concert

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Mesa Arts in Franklin will
exhibit works from three new
Southwest artists —
Catherine Aten, Lynn
Loschbaugh and Catherine
Harding — through August.

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855-4488

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