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April 27, 1990 - Image 96

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-04-27

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FINE ARTS'

EXTRAORDINARY SHOW OF
NATIVE MERICAN JEWELRY

Exhibitions
In Southfield



An exhibition featuring the
watercolors of Dodi Sikevitz
and the decorative functional
stoneware of Diane M. Zakala
will be held in the Civic
Center Gallery of the Parks
and Recreation Building
through May 4.
Sikevitz has been painting
and drawing for more than 50
years and has been in many
exhibitions including the
"Arts and Flowers" exhibi-
tion at the Detroit Institute of
Arts where she was a semi-
finalist. Recently, her water-
color painting, "Thirteen-Oh-
Three," was featured on the
cover of the Michigan Bar
Journal.
Zakala is a self-taught pot-
ter whose functional
stoneware is known for its in-
tense blue glazes. She has
worked at her own studio for
the last 12 years, and has ex-
hibited her work throughout
Michigan in such shows as
the Ann Arbor Art Fair,
Meadowbrook and the
Pewabic Pottery Company.

SPECIAL SHOW HOURS

Fri., May 4, 10 a.m.-9 p.m.
Sat., May 5, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

32800 Franklin Road, Franklin, MI

851-9949
Regular Gallery Hours:
Tues.-Fri. 10-5 p.m.
and Sat. 11-5 p.m. or by appointment

Fine Art Auction

Jewelry Show
At Mesa Arts

Austin Galleries cordially invites you to attend what prom-
ises to be one of our most comprehensive auctions to
date. Artists represented include: Alvar, Balet, Calder,
Chagall, Dali, Earle, Freyman, Guilherme, Hibel, Leba-
dang, Miro, Peak, Rothe, Shoo, Tobiasse, Vasarely and
Wong Shue. Featuring an important collection of work by
Erte, new Agamographs, a special selection of signed
Neiman posters and fine oil paintings. Most lots are
expected to fall to the auctioneers hammer at prices sub-
stantially below those in retail galleries. Attend and bid
for your share of the savings!

The annual Mesa Arts
Southwest Jewelry Show will
take place May 4 and 5 at
Mesa Art Gallery in
Franklin.
of
Representatives
Southwest and Indian ar-
tisans will bring hundreds of
sterling silver pins, necklaces,
earrings, bracelets and bolos.
Many are adorned with
quartz, turquoise, malachite,
and other semi-precious
stones.
Silversmith Oscar Betz and
Indian artists Kaniatobe and
Gibson Nez will be featured.
Many of the native American
pieces, such as necklaces
made of old trade beads, Vene-
tian glass and carved ivory
fetishes painted with
18-karat gold will be on
display.

SUNDAY, MAY 6, 1990

MARRIOT ANN ARBOR

(Plymouth Rd. West of M-23 Exit 41)

Preview: 1:00 p.m. Auction: 2:00 p.m.

Major credit cards and personal checks accepted

Free Erte Art EXpo '87 poster at registration

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ON ORIGINAL
SIGNED AND
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SERIGRAPHS
AND
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1892-1990

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'Fine Design'
Event Slated

"Wine, Dine and Fine
Design" is the theme for the
dinner dance sponsored by
the American Artists Series 6
p.m. May 6 in the Mid-
America Ballroom of the
Michigan Design Center,
Troy.
The Design Center will
light up many of its
showrooms, normally open
only to interior decorators
and their clients, so that din-
ner guests can stroll the halls
and view the home fur-
nishings, model kitchens,

fabrics and lighting on
display.
Making plans for the din-
ner dance are Joann
Freeman, Jo Kessler, Leonard
1VIazerov, Claire Raynes,
Gillian Von Drehle and
JoAnne Sheaton.
Carol and Skip Roberts are
honorary chairs for the
American Artists Series' 20th
season.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call American Ar-
tists, 851-6371; or 644-6093.

Japanese Flowers
At Somerset

Ikebana, Chapter 85,
presents "A Glimpse of
Japan" flower exhibit at the
Somerset Mall in Troy May
2-6. More than 100 Japanese
flower arrangements will be
shown.
The four major schools of
Japanese flower arranging
will be featured, Ikenobo, the
oldest; O'Hara, the most
disciplined; Sogetsu,
naturalistic; and Ichiyo, the
newest. Bonsai and Japanese
Folk Art, ukiyo-e wood block
prints, origami paper folding,
hari-e paste pictures, and fans
and bamboo will be displayed.

DIA Exhibits
Students' Work

The 53rd Annual Detroit
Public Schools Exhibition
continues at the Detroit In-
stitute of Arts April 29. More
than 700 works in all media
will be on view, created by
students from pre-school
through high school.
Another aspect of the arts is
honored for the 2nd year with
the publication of student
writers' prose and poetry, in-
spired by paintings and
sculpture in the DIA collec-
tion. The booklet this year is
in full color and is free to
visitors in the exhibition
gallery.

Quilt Show
In Birmingham

BASCC, Birmingham Area
Senior Coordinating Council
and Center, will host "Quilts!
Quilts! Quilts!," an exhibition
and sale of 70 quilts dating
1840 to 1980, on May 3 and 4
at Evergreen Center, 13 Mile
Road at Evergreen Road, Bir-
mingham, from 10 a.m.-8 p.m.
Coordinated by Merry
Silber, long-time curator of
quilt shows throughout the
country, the show will feature
three major Michigan collec-
tions — The Jean Conway
Collection, the Kempf Hogan
Collection and the Albert and
Merry Silber collection.

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