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May 18, 1990 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-05-18

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FINE ARTS

ARIArIA
GALLERY

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RUTH LETZER

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PRIVATE COLLECTION GALLERY

PRESENT

LADIES ---------LADIES

LADIES

A show of ACRYLICS — OILS — SERIGRAPHS —
LITHOGRAPHS — CAST — PAPER — CERAMICS and GLASS

Featuring ANN BARBIERI and Additional Artists:
COHL, RISE, ROBIN MORRIS, MARTINIQUE, RICKY 0, TARKAY and Many More

WEDNESDAY, MAY 16 through JUNE 16, 1990

The first collective works of local artist Tom Althouse will be
presented by Gallery Arteria in Birmingham through May 31. Entitled,
"Tom Althouse Drawing From Life," this exhibit is a collection of
watercolors, oils on canvas, pastels and mixed media works executed
in vitality and skill characterized by the artist's own persona.

Gallery Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

ARIANA GALLERY — 386 E. MAPLE — BIRMINGHAM, MI 48009
313 647-6405

The Carol Hooberman
Gallery is back in Birm-
ingham after a hiatus of four
years. The focus of the
Gallery will be ceramics and
jewelry from the United
States and abroad.
Its current show, which
runs through June, is
"Teapots and Platters" and
features artists from the
United States, Canada and
Great Britain.

ARTHUR M. FELDMAN GALLERY

Antique Objects and Furniture
Traditional and Contemporary Judaica
Fine Art
Appraisals

Museum Quality

ANTIQUES

Arts And Music
Festival Planned

and

Showing at the
DETROIT ANTIQUES
SHOW AND SALE
* * *
Michigan State Fairgrounds
Eight Mile Rd. & Woodward

* * *

"I've tried many studios — The
Workout Co. is the best. I've been a
regular for 7 years. The 6:30 class is
the way I start my day — it fits my
busy schedule."
— Harvey Heller, Attorney
Photo by Vera A. Nedomansky

Trouble loosing
weight?

May 18, 19 & 20
Noon-9:30 Daily (Sun. 12-6)

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• Bat Mitzvahs • Bar Mitzvahs
• Weddings • Anniversaries

Call Parties Galore: 855-8801

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FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1990

Hooberman Back
In Birmingham

FREE
Workshop

1_1% hour

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Sat. June 23
12:00 noon

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S.W. corner of
Telegraph at Maple
Birmingham

855-1033

The art and music depart-
ments at Southfield-Lathrup
High School will team up for
their annual arts festival 7
p.m. May 31.
The evening will include
music by the Barbershop
Quartet, Sweet Adelines
and Mixed Quartet. More
than 700 pieces of student art
work and photographs will be
on display.
The art exhibit will remain
on display through June 1
during school hours.
There is no charge.

Workshop Offered
At Route 10

The Route 10 Gallery in
Farmington Hills will feature
Sunday workshops in paper-
making. The one-day
workshops are taught by
Route 10 Gallery director
Doree Schwartz, an award-
winning paper artist.
These outdoor sessions
enable learning opportunities
for beginners as well as a
papermaking studio for more
experienced artists.
Schwartz's one-of-a-kind

paper creations are on display
in the gallery.
For information about
papermaking or to sign up for
workshops, call Doree
Schwartz at Route 10 Gallery,
932-4160.

Art Exhibit
Benefits MS

Artist Laszlo Dus, who mov-
ed to the United States from
Hungary several years ago,
will display his work at Park
West Gallery in Southfield
through June. The exhibit,
"Laszlo Dus: A Contem-
porary American Master,"
will benefit Wayne State
University's Multiple
Sclerosis Research and
Clinical Center.
Dus's works have been ac-
cepted into the permanent
collections of the Chicago Art
Museum; the Smithsonian In-
stitute, Division of Graphic
Arts; the National Collection
of Fine Arts; the Library of
Congress; the Detroit In-
stitute of Arts; and The
Metropolitan Museum of Fine
Art, New York City. Dus's
works are also featured in an
exhibition of monotypes at
the Smithsonian Institution.

East/West
Shows 'Mezzotint'

East/West Gallery will host
an exhibition focusing on the
mezzotint through June 9.
"The Mezzotint — A
Revival" will include 50
prints representing work by
international artists, in-
cluding Laurent Schkolnyk,
Katsunori Hamanishi and
Byron Bratt.

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