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May 17, 1991 - Image 126

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Ariana Gallery
Chair Paintings

Xochipilli Gallery in Birm-
ingham is hosting an exhibit
of recent paintings and draw-
ings, by Michigan artist Mag-
gie Citrin.
Ms. Citrin was born in
Detroit and has lived in the
Detroit-Ann Arbor area
throughout her life. The pain-
tings created in the past few
years and featured in this ex-
hibit involve imagery from
the artist's travels in the
Himalaya Mountains, the
Sahara and Patagonia.
In this new exhibit the
mountains of Patagonia and
of the Sahara dominate the
imagery. The works are com-
binations of acrylics, oil
crayon and pastel on canvas
and paper. Ms. Citrin's cur-
rent graduate work in En-
vironmental Education at the
School of Natural Resources
at University of Michigan
complements her painting in
her studio. During her most
recent four-month visit to
Chile, Ms. Citrin completed
four new paintings for this
exhibit.
The exhibit will run
through June 8. The gallery
hours are Tuesday through
Saturday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
For information, call Mary
Wright, 645-1905.

Suzanne Velick's paintings,
drawings and constructions
are on display at Ariana
Gallery.
For Ms. Velick, the arrange-
ment of objects in our en-
vironment is an art and art is
a form of communication. The
furniture we sit on or the
decor we employ can be class-
ed as art since it com-
municates some aspect of our
personalities.
Ms. Velick has drawn in-
spiration from familiar ob-
jects in the environment —
"the seating arrangement."
Ariana Gallery is at 386 E.
Maple, Birmingham.

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Atrium Gallery
Plans Exhibit

Atrium Gallery will present
Susan Unwin as their
featured artist for May. On
display will be historic homes
and buildings in pastel water-
colors.
Selections from Marilyn
Blinder will be seen starting
June 9. Ms. Blinder creates
watercolor monotypes and
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Xochipilli Gallery
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Gallerie 454
Slates Opening

Jewish Coalition
Hears Speaker

Gallerie 454, the Grosse
Pointe-based art gallery, has
opened a second location. The
new Birmingham gallery will
house contemporary, interna-
tional artists as well as 19th
and 20th century works.
The premiere opening will
be 6-9 p.m. May 23 with a
champagne reception. Artists
from the United States,
England, France, Italy,
Switzerland and China will
attend to elaborate on the
style and technique of their
pieces on exhibition during
the show.
Richard Miller, portrait ar-
tist, is noted for his works as
a colorist and realist. Carla
Mazzucato was affected by
French Impressionist work
and draws from moments of
her past. Louis Jaquet creates
his own oil paint by mixing in
organic pigments and natural
elements. Zhiwei Tu traveled
through rural China and
Tibet and tried to capture the
minority populations on can-
vas. James Kristich describes
his art as Abstract Impres-
sionism.
The gallery is located at
176 S. Woodward, Birming-
ham; 646-4454.

Mark Rosenblum, political
director of Americans for
Peace Now, will speak on
"New Windows of Oppor-
tunities or Old Brick Walls?
The Future for Israel, the
Palestinians, and the Arab
States," at 7:30 p.m. May 30
at Temple Emanu-El.
Dr. RosenbluM teaches
history at Queens College, Ci-
ty University of New York. He
is resident scholar and
Middle-East project director
of the Harrington Institute
for Social Change, Queens
College of CUNY. He was in
Israel during the Gulf War
and is touring the U.S. with
seven Knesset members and
meeting with U.S. legislators.
The talk is cosponsored by
the Greater Detroit Jewish
Coalition for Peace in the
Middle-East (Americans for
Progressive Israel, Friends of
Peace Now, Labor Zionist
Alliance, Metro Detroit New
Jewish Agenda, The Work-
men's Circle, and the Pro-
gressive Zionist Caucus) and
the Social Action Committee
of Temple Emanu-El. Coffee
and refreshments will follow.
For information, call
674-4321 or 352-4279.

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