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December 28, 1990 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-12-28

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JOHN
POWELL

Floral Serigraphs

Extraordinary floral serigraphs
by world renowned artist,
John Powell, are now available
at Linda Hayman Gallery.
Awash in color, Powell's hand
pulled pieces capture a uni-
que beauty that can only exist
in the imagination.

Blue Shutters
Signed Numbered Edition 400.

THE ART OF SOPHISTICATION

From original art and sculpture to fine art prints, unique table
top pieces and custom museum framing, Linda Hayman
Gallery caters to the most sophisticated taste. Yours.

TINDaymAN
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32500 Northwestern Hwy., Farmington Hills, MI 48334 932-0080

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3 12 VV- Fourth. Street

(Between Washington (Sz_ Lafayette)
Downtown Royal Oak

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Art
Photos
Needlework
Documents
Special Presentations

474-7070

31596 GRAND RIVER
FARMINGTON

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The Uptown a
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at Mooeny, one block '41e
west of Orchard Lake Road

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1990

Franklin Savings Centre Bldg.
26400 W. 12 Mile Road
Southfield, Mich.

THE JEWISH NEWS

354•6070

WEEK OF
Dec. 28 - Jan. 3

ART SHOWS

ARTISTS' GALLERY
29673 Northwestern,
Southfield, various media
from local tri-county
artists, 353-4707.
CHAIKA GALLERY
26499 Ryan Rd., Warren,
paintings and sculptures
by Frank Wysochanski,
through Jan. 12,
755-5200.
FEIGENSON
PRESTON GALLERY
796 N. Woodward,
Birmingham, new
paintings by Joseph
Bernard, through Jan. 5,
644-3955.
LINDA HAY1VIAN
GALLERY32500
Northwestern Hwy.,
Farmington Hills,
exhibits by John Powell
and Suzan Ashley,
through Jan. 15,
932-0080.
PRINT GALLERY
29203 Northwestern
Hwy., Southfield, exhibit
of original antique
posters, through Jan. 31,
356-5454.
ROBERT KIDD
GALLERY
107 Townsend,
Birmingham, group
exhibition of work by

contemporary painters
and sculptors, through
Feb. 20, 642-3909.
ROUTE 10
GALLERY
32430 Northwestern
Hwy., Farmington Hills,
pastel paintings by Justin
Love, through Jan. 31,
932-4160.
RUBINER GALLERY
7001 Orchard Lake Rd.,
West Bloomfield, new
works from the Southwest
by Fran Larsen and Hal
Larsen, through Jan. 5,
626-3111.
SISSON GALLERY
MacKenzie Arts Center,
Henry Ford Community
College, Dearborn,
figurative painting by
Holly Branstner, Bertha
Cohen, Grace Serra,
through Jan. 11,
845-9634.
T'MARRA GALLERY
111 N. First, Ann Arbor,
paintings by David
Mendelson, photographs
by Tony Spina, through
Jan. 25, 769-3223.

WOODWARD
GALLERY

1357 Davis, Birmingham,

environmental art in
bronze and wood by
Robert Wazelle, through
Jan. 4, 642-1357.

Machon L'Torah
Benefit Luncheon

The women's division of
Machon L'Torah will hold a
benefit luncheontn behalf of
its Lillian Saltsman
Memorial Library 12:30 p.m.
Jan. 6 at Young Israel of
Oak-Woods.

The guest of honor will be
Mrs. Susan Levitin. Mrs.
Levitin is a devoted communi-
ty educator. Since Machon
L'Torah's beginning, Mrs.
Levitin has taught many
Machon students. In addition
to her teaching, Mrs. Levitin
has also shared her organiza-
tional and computer skills
with the Machon staff. For
the past 26 years, she has
taught at the Sally Allan
Alexander Beth Jacob School
for Girls. Mrs. Levitin's
teaching extends beyond the
Detroit Jewish community.
Musical entertainment will

Susan Levitin

be provided by Galina
Feldman, vocalist; Adel Koz-
dayev, pianist; and Ilene
Tikhonov, cellist. Babysitting
is available.
For reservations, call
Machon L'Torah, 967-0888.

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