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August 04, 1989 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-08-04

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FINE ARTS

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GALLE1Y OUI
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SEILIGIAPHS
$5,000 $3,000
MIRROR
5,000 3,000
BACCHANTE
5,000 3,000
STARSTRUCK
3,500 2,100
NOCTURNE
6,000 3,600
STARFISH
1,500 900
ADAM & EVE
2,250 1,350
ORIENTAL TALE
5,750 3,450
PHOENIX SUITE
THREE GRACES
4,750 2,850
3,800 2,280
SPIDER WEB
3,800 2,280
THE BUBBLES
GALA
PERFORMANCE 2,400 1,440
3,400 2,040
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3,800 2,280
4,100 2,460
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GALLERY

IMAGES IN BRONZE
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$15,000 $9,000
10,000 6,000
APHRODITE
11,000 6,600
SUMMER BREEZE
18,500 10,000
VENUS
9,500 5,700
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9,500 5,700
FANTASIA
FOLLIES BERGERE 11,500 6,900
10,500 6,300
WISDOM
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10,500 6,300
FEMME FATALE
ROUX DE LA PAIX 4,500 2,700
9,000 5,400
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10,000 6,000
COQUETTE

Availability of

all artworks subjeo to prior sale.
I'm es subject to change without nonce.
Photos available on most hides.
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NOTE: BECAUSE OF THE LOW PRICES BEING OFFERED, WE CAN ONLY ACCEPT CASH OR CHECKS.

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• Chagall • Picasso • Appel • Bragg
• Natkin • Papart • Boulanger

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Erte Display
At Park West

Park West Galleries' "Erte
at 97" exhibit will run
through September.
Included in the exhibit are
more than 50 of Erte's works
from the past 10 years.

I LOCAL NEWS

Educators
Elect Poisson

Joseph A. Poisson, director
of education at Temple Israel
Religious Schools, has been
re-elected president of the
Jewish Educators Council of
Metropolitan Detroit for a
third term. The JEC is a coor-
dinating body of professional

29469 Northwestern
Highway, Southfield,
"Erte at 97," today
through September,
hours: 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday; 10 a.m.-9
p.m. Thursday and
Friday; 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday.

LAWRENCE STREET
GALLERY

29 West Lawrence
Street, Pontiac, "It Must
Be Tuesday," a three-
woman exhibition, opens
Tuesday and runs
through Sept. 9, free.

apparel

ARIANA GALLERY

etc., etc.

(313) 827 3344

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1989

755 W. Big Beaver, Troy,
"The Human Element,"
featuring Will Barnett,
Pat Boyer, Bertha Cohen
and more, through Sept.
20, hours: 11 a.m.-5:30
p.m. Tuesday through
Friday, free.

accessories

Located on Franklin Rd. Btwn. Northwestern & 13 Mile
Hours: Tues.-Sat. 10-5; Thurs 'til 8, or By Appt.

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TROY ART GALLERY

5200 Woodward Ave.,
Thomas Hart Benton
Exhibition, Sunday
through Oct. 15,
admission, 832-2730.

C ■ furniture

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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.

DETROIT INSTITUTE
OF ARTS

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380 South Bates Street,
Birmingham, Nancy
Good, Monet Series,
through August, free.

The Thomas Hart Benton
exhibition at the Detroit In-
stitute of Arts runs through
Oct. 15.
The exhibition has 88 pain-
tings, including two mural
cycles.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call DIA, 832-2730.

PARK WEST
GALLERY

CATHERINE'S

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HOUSE

MESA ARTS

We offer interior design servwes for your horn,: or of-Inc.

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

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.

Benton Exhibit
Comes To DIA

American Red Cross

Blood Services Southeastern Michigan Region

386 E. Maple,
Birmingham, Floridian
artists Peggy Shanley
and Susan Painter, now
through Aug. 15, hours:
10 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday
through Friday; Sunday,
by appointment only,
free, 647-6405.

Joseph Poisson

Jewish educators and it en-
compasses day schools,
Hebrew and religious schools
from the Orthodox, Conser-
vative and Reform move-
ments, as well as unaffiliated
groups.
The executive board of the
JEC will include Poisson; Dr.
Margaret S. Eichner,
treasurer; Mrs. Annie Fried-
man, secretary; Robert Lask,
conferences; Mrs. Bea
Kriechman, liaison to the
Jewish Welfare Federation;
Mrs. Ofra Fisher, teachers in-
service; and Mrs. Janet Pont,
publicity.

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