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January 12, 1990 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-01-12

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I FINE ARTS I

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Fantasy
'cep 30% -50%

WEEK OF
JAN.12-18

ART SHOWS

500 Furs
Reduced

EVERY FUR REDUCED

1/2 off •
or More

1/2 off

FIRST MONTHLY PAYMENT Not Due Until March 31, 1990*

First Time Ever Direct From Oscar de la Renta
Price Reductions of 66% - 77%
On 20 One Of A Kind, Runway Show Pieces*
Now
Just a sample:

Dittrich Quality
Mink Coats

Now $

2,297}

Sheared Opossum Jacket Reversible
To Stenciled Leather
High Fashion Ecru Sheared Mink Jacket .
Electric Blue Dyed Sheared Mink
748 Coat w/ Matching Scarf
Dyed Blue & Black Persian Lamb
7/8 Swing Coat with Sheared Mink Trim
Unique By Nature's Design
Natural Fisher Coat
. 'subjeot
. .
to previous sale

Oscar de la Renta
MINK JACKETS

Reversible to leather

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$1 9 997}

BLOOMFIELD HILLS ONLY

ALL SALES FINAL

642-3000 January 11-15

Major credit cards welcome
wo...
*financing available

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DETROIT ONLY January 17-21

(both stores closed Jan. 16 Bloomfield closed Jan.17-21)

'?'-1/410 with 20% down

$ 597
2,997

3,997

.. 4,797

11,997

Thurs. 10 - 8:30 p.m.
Fri. Sat. & Mon. 10- 6 p.m.

SPECIAL SUNDAY OPENING .?

Noon- 5 p.m.

Fur products labeled to show country of origin of imported furs

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STEPHEN BARTLETT

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NEWBERRY SQUARE
14 MILE & HAGGERTY
624-3557

78

FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1990






Creative Custom Framing
Limited Editions
Art Posters
Residential & Commercial Consulting

5 0

Exp. 2-9-90

O

OFF

ALL ART
POSTERS

With Custom Framing Order
not valid with any other offer

PARK WEST
Southfield, "The Work of
Thomas McKnight,"
American printmaker,
through March 31, free,
354-2343.
DETROIT GALLERY
OF CONTEMPORARY
ARTS
104 Fisher Building,
Detroit, ceramics by
Vaughn Smith and Jackie
Cohen, through Feb. 10,
free, 873-7888.
MACOMB MALL
32233 Gratiot, Roseville,
Winter Antique and
Collectible Show, through
Jan. 14, free, 293-7800.
TROY ART
GALLERY
755 W. Big Beaver, Troy,
"Winter Highlights,"
through Feb. 7, free,
362-0112.
DETROIT FOCUS
743 Beaubien, Detroit,
"Art in the Nineties,"
through Feb. 10, free,
962-9025.
ART LOFT
GALLERY
124 S. Woodward,
Birmingham, "Images of
Italy," by artist Corinne
A. Ragheb, through Feb.
5, free, 6.47-4007.
LAWRENCE STREET
GALLERY
29 W. Lawrence Street,
Pontiac, Canadian Artist
Mathias Muleme's Work,
through Feb. 3, free,
334-6716.
PIERCE STREET
GALLERY
217 Pierce Street,
Birmingham, Bill
Rauhauser, photography
exhibit, through Jan. 31,
free, 646-5950.
DETROIT INSTITUTE
OF ARTS
5200 Woodward, "Holy
Image, Holy Space: Icons
and Frescoes from
Greece," through Jan. 28;
Thom Bohnert and Carol
Ann Carter, Ongoing
Michigan Artists
Program, through Jan.
28, free, 833-7900.

ROBERT KIDD
107 Townsend Street,
Birmingham, paintings
by Bob Nugent and
sculptural clay, "Detroit
Landmarks," by Thomas
Lollar, through Jan. 13,
free, 642-3909.

`Sports Feelings'
At WSU Gallery

Soviet and U.S. athletes
and the emotions they ge-
nerate will be featured in
"Sports Feelings," a
photographic celebration of
sports, Jan. 16 through Feb.
21 at Wayne State Univer-
sity Community Arts
Gallery.
The first joint exhibition of
its kind, "Sports Feelings" is
a collaborative effort of 120
color photographs from both
nations that conveys the
universal appeals and sen-
sitivities of sports.

Park West
Exhibits Prints

The work of Thomas
McKnight, an American
printmaker, will be ex-
hibited at Park West Gallery
in Southfield through March
31.
Nature, places and sym-
bolic fantasies constitute the
three major themes recurr-
ing in McKnight's work.

I YOUTH

Adat Shalom Youth
Plan Retreat

The Youth Department of
Adat Shalom Synagogue will
hold it 30th Annual
Tamarack Weekend Retreat
Jan. 19-21.
Students in 6th through
12th grade will take part in
this religious, educational
and social weekend. "Shabbat
— Back To the Basics" is this
year's theme: Weekend
chairpeople are Tovah
Kleiman, Steven Rosender
and Jon Stern.
For information, call
Miriam Starkman, 851-5100.

Tamarack Camps
Hold Jamboree

Tamarack Camps will host
a pioneer jamboree and fair 1
p.m. Jan. 14 at the Maple-
Drake Jewish Community
Center. The theme for this
year's jamboree is Frontier
America in the 1800s.
Participants will be able to
make their own Shabbat
candles, as well as candle
holders, learn how to do
calligraphy, make lemonade
and cider, make paper beads,
learn the art of rope making
and butter making, and take
home a challah they will
knead themselves. There will
be jello and donut contests
and a variety of pioneer
games.
There will be a continuous
showing of a slideshow made

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