100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

August 27, 1993 - Image 101

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-08-27

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

ATTENTION PARENTS OF
JUNIOR TENNIS PLAYERS!

Lisa Spindler

RECENT WORK
AUG 5 28

Park West
Altman Exhibit

The love of nature will be the
theme at Park West Gallery
in Southfield with the open-
ing of an exhibition by Harold
Altman, one of America's
printmakers. The exhibit will
run through mid-September.
The collection, inspired by
nature, will feature litho-
graphs and etchings spann-
ing 20 years of the artist's
career as well as new works.
Similar to an architect in
dealing with space, Mr.
Altman carefully designs and
controls his compositions,
capturing small human
dramas among nature's color-
ful foliage or man's chaotic
lifestyle. Mr. Altman's works
teach viewers to see familiar
places — such as beautiful
famous parks — from new
perspectives.
Initially devoting his
talents to drawing and pain-
ting, the 69-year-old artist
turned to etching and
lithography in 1958 while at
the University of Wisconsin
on a faculty support grant. It
was there that Mr. Altman
discovered an etching press in
an unused classroom. He
then began his printmaking
career with a "how-to" book.
Mr. Altman's first litho-
graphs were created in 1951
while he was a fellow at the
Tamarind Lithography Work-
shop. He creates each of his
new lithographs by hand in
the manner of those past
masters.
Park West has selected
lithographs and etchings,
spanning almost 20 years of
work, to be offered with the
new collection. This group
perfectly reveals Mr. Altman's
technical mastery and his
broad range of subjects and
interpretations. Many of
these works are extremely
rare and have not been made
available to collectors for
several years.
Park West Gallery is
located at 29469 Northwest-
ern Highway in Southfield.
Gallery hours are Monday-
Wednesday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.,
Thursday and Friday, 10
a.m.-9 p.m. and Saturday and
Sunday 11 a.m.-6 p.m. For in-
formation, call the gallery,
354-2343. ❑

May the children of the stock
of Abraham who dwell in
this land continue to merit
and enjoy the good will of the
other inhabitants, while
everyone shall sit in safety
under his own vine and fig
tree, and there shall be none
to make him afraid.
- George Washington

Michael Lavine

WOMEN IN ROCK
AUG. 21 - SEPT. 18

O.K. HARRIS/
DAVID KLEIN GALLERY

430 North Woodward Birmingham MI 48009
Telephone 313.433.3700 Fax 313.433.3702

Isn't it about
time you gave
your kid a
good backhand?

Studio in Harvard Row Mall

ty,/

dogs)

—I—

REGISTER NOW!
Fall Junior Tennis Program
Starts Sept. 7th.

-r

:The

BL
SPOT

25

"The Finest Junior Tennis Program in The Midwest"






50%-70% OFF

ALL NAME BRANDS
•Vertical Blinds • Pleated Shades
• Levolor Blinds • Wood Blinds

• Thurnament prep
Ankle-Biters
• High School Excellence
Young Stars
• Then Tennis
Future Stars
USTA Junior League • Tournament Excellence

• Private Lessons

21728 W. Eleven Mile Rd.
Harvard Row Mall
Smithfield, MI 48076

Free Professional Measure at
No Obligation
Free in Home Design Consulting

sc.,fiismc!ice

Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10-5

352-8622 1E-3

New Rochester Hills 651 5009

-

FITNESS & RACQUET CLUB

From Pottery to
Handblown Glass...
Paintings to Jewelry and
Home Accessories...
Gifts That Will Delight
Your Friends, Family, and
Yourself!

352-8000

TEMPLE BETH EL

presents

AN INTRODUCTION TO JUDAISM

A 15 week seminar for

and gallery

HOURS:
MONDAY-SATURDAY 10:00-5.30
THURSDAY 10:00-9.00
SUNDAY 12:00-5:00

A unique and Innovative collection.

IN THE ORCHARD MALL •

855-4488

ORCHARD LAKE RD. AT MAPLE RD. • WEST BLOOMFIELD

FREE GIFT WRAPPING • U.P.S. AVAILABLE

. . a new concept in high fashion
for the full figured woman

Fall Fashions
Arriving Daily

Applegate Square • Northwestern at Inkster •

354-4560

PROSPECTIVE CONVERTS,
NON-JEWISH PARTNERS OF JEWS
AND JEWS SEEKING
A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF JUDAISM

led by
RABBI JULIAN I. COOK
MONDAY EVENINGS, 8:00-9:30 PM.
BEGINNING OCTOBER 4, 1993
Explore the richness of Judaism
in a comfortable atmosphere.
Couples taking this class together
will be charged a single fee.
To register call:
Temple Beth El Rabbi's Study, 851-1100.
Fee: $50 Member's $75 Non-Members

CO

ti

H--
U)

C_D

101

Back to Top

© 2022 Regents of the University of Michigan