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January 04, 1991 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-01-04

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LARGE
SELECTION
OF

TARKAY

AVAILABLE
AT

KENWOOD
GALLERIES

3 12 W. Fourth. Street

(Between Washington St Lafayette)

Downtown Royal Oak

541-2560

CONGRATULATIONS CONGRATULATIONS

TO

`Seeking Ancient Legends' by Fran Larsen.

Southwest Paintings
At Rubiner Gallery

Fran and Hal Larsen are
showing new paintings of the
Southwest at the Rubiner
Gallery through Jan. 10.
Well-known ex-Michigan-
ders, the Larsens lived and
worked for many years in the
Saugatuck area, painting the
scenes of Lake Michigan
shorelines and landscape.
They moved to Sante Fe ten
years ago an have embraced
the colors, visions, and
folklore of the Southwest. The
results are spectacular, color-
ful paintings.
Fran Larsen works ex-
clusively in watercolor, com-
bining the symbols and tradi-
tions of the Indian culture
with her personal experiences
and iconography. She carves
and paints the elaborate
frames which surround the
paintings and often adds car-
vings on top which repeat the
main theme. The paintings

Library, Gallery
Slate Exhibit

The Huntington Woods
Library and the Woods
Gallery will present a
photographic exhibit and sale
by photographers Abby
Rosenthal, Mike Rothenberg,
and Rod Sypitkowski Jan.
3-29. A "Meet the Artists"
reception will be 10 a.m.-noon
Jan. 5.
The Woods Gallery is
located in the lower level of
the Huntington Woods Public
Library, 26415 Scotia, Hun-
tington Woods. Library hours
are Mon.-Wed., 12-9 p.m.;
Thurs., 10 a.m.-9 p.m.; Fri.
closed; Sat. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. For
information, call the Library,
543-9720.

have a happy, humorous
quality.
Hal Larsen works in both
watercolor and acrylics, and
the symbolism in this show
reflects his fascination and
love for the culture and colors
of the American Southwest
and the Native American in-
habitants. There are several
paintings of Indians, their
faces covered to reflect their
need for privacy. The land-
scapes are large and
abstracted, hinging at the
various strata of the earth,
and stressing the constant
blue sky and bright, sunlit
cliffs and canyons that are in-
dicative of the area.
Gallery Hours are 11 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Tuesday through
Saturday.

DENNIS M. KING

On your recent appointment as President

of

HARLEY ELLINGTON
PIERCE YEE ASSOCIATES, INC.

Architects — Engineers — Planners

We are very proud of your accomplishments and wish you continued success.

Mother, Esther King and Family

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Wall Units
Bedrooms
Dining Rooms

For
A,ppt
Call

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of Affordable Laminate, Lucite & Wood
Furniture

_Muriel Wetsman

661-3838

j

LOCAL NEWS I

Investment Club
At Maple-Drake

A Financial Discussion and
Investment Club with Dr.
Leslie Smoling will begin
7:30 p.m. Jan. 9 at the Maple-
Drake Jewish Community
Center.
Dr. Smoling's monthly
group will discuss the finan-
cial situation in terms of free
market economics and share
pointers on how to invest safe-
ly for profit even with the pro-
posed coming collapse of the
enormous debt pyramid.
The club will meet on the
second Wednesday of each
month. There is no fee.
At each meeting, Dr. Smol-
ing will give current updates
on different areas of in-
vesting. He will go into detail
about the stock market and
option trading.

Tempting fashions, gifts
and food to satisfy
all your appetites.

Orchard Lake Road at Lone Pine
West Bloomfield

Contemporary
Women's Fashions

YEAR END
CLEARANCE
SALE!

.?-ketith

855-4464

HUNTERS SQUARE • FARMINGTON HILLS

Fidelity Bank Building
24901 Northwestern Hwy.
Southfield
357-1056

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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