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January 04, 1991 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-01-04

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FINE ARTS I

DANIEL
AUTHOUART

WEEK OF

"Thriller" Watercolor, 1990

Jan. 4 - Jan. 10

The intricate watercolors
of French artist, Daniel
Authouart, are now available
at Linda Hayman Gallery
Authouart's works capture
the unique personalities and
images that reflect our time.

ART SHOWS

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ARTISTS' GALLERY
29673 Northwestern,
Southfield, various media
from local tri-county
artists, 353-4707.
BIRMINGHAM
BLOOMFIELD
ART ASSOCIATION
1516 S. Cranbrook Rd.,
Birmingham, exhibition
of color copier and
computer generated art,
through Jan. 26,
644-0866.
CHAIKA GALLERY
26499 Ryan Rd., Warren,
paintings and sculptures
by Frank Wysochanski,
through Jan. 12,
755-5200.
LINDA HAYMAN
GALLERY 32500
Northwestern Hwy.,
Farmington Hills,
exhibits by John Powell
and Suzan Ashley,
through Jan. 15,
932-0080.
O.K. HARRIS
WORKS OF ART
430 N. Woodward,
Birmingham, new work
by painter Eugene
Brodsky and sculptor
Peter Gabrielse, through
Jan. 26, 433-3700.
PRINT GALLERY
29203 Northwestern
Hwy., Southfield, exhibit

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.

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

JANUARY
Is
SALE MONTH

For the fine art of living
on sale now

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.
SISSON GALLERY
MacKenzie Arts Center,
Henry Ford Community
College, Dearborn,
figurative painting by
Holly Branstner, Bertha
Cohen, Grace Serra,
through Jan. 11,
845-9634.
SOUTHFIELD CIVIC
CENTER GALLERY
26000 Evergreen,
Southfield, works by
Annalee, also the Ann
Arbor Society 4 Origami,
through Jan. 18,
354-4717.
T'MARRA GALLERY
111 N. First, Ann Arbor,
paintings by David
Mendelson, photographs
by Tony Spina, through
Jan. 25, 769-3223.

Art Historian Talks
At Family Art Forum

and gallery

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Place Your Ad Today. Call 354-6060

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1991

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O.K. Harris Works of Art
gallery will present art
historian and art consultant,
Marilyn Finkel, in a series of
complimentary and informal
gallery talks geared to fami-
ly enjoyment. Titled "Art
Then and Now," the talks will
take place 3 p.m. Jan. 13,
Mar. 17, and May 5 in the
gallery at 430 North Wood-
ward, Birmingham.
The art forum will coincide
with O.K. Harris exhibitions
featuring the work of Eugene
Brodsky, in January; Aris
Koutroulis, in March and
Sook Jin Jo in May. Mr. Brod-
sky's pieces are geometric
paintings on paper done in
mixed media. Mr. Koutroulis,
a 1966 Cranbrook Academy of
Art graduate, creates abstract
work using arylic on canvas;
Sok Jin Jo uses paint on
plywood.
Ms. Finkel, a professor of
art history at Oakland Com-
munity College, is the prin-

Marilyn Finkel

cipal at Marilyn Finkel and
Associates, a firm which
assists both private and cor-
porate clients in building art
collections. Ms. Finkel will
discuss the work of the
featured gallery artists.
The family art forum is free
and open to the public. Due to
space limitations, reserva-
tions must be made by calling
the gallery, 433-3700.

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