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April 06, 1990 - Image 80

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-04-06

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The April exhibition at the
Rubiner Gallery in West
Bloomfield will be a one-
person show of paintings and
drawings by New Mexico ar-
tist Richard Hogan. The show
opens and continues through
April 27.
His painterly canvases
radiate with glowing colors
which are influenced by the
natural hues of the American
West. The larger forms,
painted with oil, are con-
trasted with solid linear
movement, resulting in an ex-
citing interplay of shapes.

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Art Fair

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Somerset will hold its 19th
Annual Invitational Art Fair
April 27, 28 and 29.
The show will feature 40
professional studio artists ex-
hibiting in a mixed media,
juried show. All artists will be
in attendance during regular
mall hours.
Artists will be exhibiting in
functional, decorative and
sculptural clay — jewelry in
silver and gold using both
precious and semi-precious
stone along with some con-
structed pieces of findings.

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FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1990

"Glass Invitational 1990,"
an exhibition of contem-
porary sculptural glass by 60
artists, will open at Robert
Kidd Gallery on April 7 and
continue through May 2.
A wide variety of glass will
be shown including in-
novative new directions as
well as more traditional
vessel forms. There will be
work by well-established ar-
tists and by younger, emerg-
ing artists.
The exhibition will include
works by: Robert Palusky,
David Hopper, Stephen Dale
Edwards, Steve Tobin, Paul
Webster, Laura Donefer,
Richard Jolley, Mark
Abildgaard and Janusz
Walentynowicz.

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The illusionary works of
Hungarian artist Victor
Vasarely will be featured in
an exhibition appearing at
Park West Gallery in
Southfield April 6-27.
Considered by scholars to be
the founder of the post World

War II Op Art Movement,
Vasarely created works filled
with ambiguities, and has
been a major influence on
modern art. Op Art repre-
sents an alliance between
abstract painting and
sculptural traditions with
contemporary techniques,
novel materials and a more
dynamic psychological per-
ception. Vasarely's distortion
of geometric shapes, and
masterful use of color, creates
a sense of motion in his work.

Route 10
Slates Show

The Route 10 Gallery in
Farmington Hills celebrates
its new space and Michigan
Glass Month with the open-
ing of a show featuring works
by fused glass artist Stephen
Palmer and fused glass and
raku artist Win Blazier. An
artists' reception will be held
8 p.m. April 7. The show runs
through April.
Palmer's contemporary
pieces are shown in a profu-
sion of colorful imagery
designed to delight the
viewer.
Blazier's raku fired pottery
with fused glass in vessel and
wall pieces captures the ar-
tist's spiritual reference in
gracefully primitive forms.

Ariana Gallery
Slates Exhibit

Ariana Gallery in Birm-
ingham will host the latest
celebration of the art of glass
through April 30.
This year, the gallery offers
an array of techniques, styles
and forms by 40 of American
and Canadian glass artists. In
addition, the gallery is featur-
ing students from institutes
such as the Rhode Island
School of Design, Penland
School of Design and the
Center for Creative Studies.

Art Competition
And Show Opens

The 9th Annual Michigan
Fine Arts Competition will
open at the Birmingham
Bloomfield Art Association
with a reception 2 p.m.
April 7.
The awards presentation, at
3:30 p.m., will include the
Arts Foundation of Michigan,
$2,000 Best of Show Award,
Second Prize of $7550, and
$1,250 in additional prize
money. The show runs
through May 12.
This exhibition, which
showcases recent works of ar-

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