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November 12, 1993 - Image 97

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-11-12

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Park West Gallery in South-
field will hold an exhibition of
the paintings of Linda Le Kinff,
through Nov. 25.
A master of graphism, Ms.
Le Kinff favors refined and
elaborated techniques, but
also uses incisive or violent
strokes. Through her work,
the artist demonstrates her
attraction for hand move-
ments and the intensity of
materials.
Born in Paris of French
and Brazilian descent. Ms. Le
Kniff took up painting at age
20 after briefly considering a
career in journalism. Travel
in the 1970s fueled Ms. Le
Kinffs artistry. She studied
in Italy for 12 years, learning
techniques of tempera, egg
painting and gold leaf. Dur-
ing that time she also mas-
tered the art of wood and
copper engraving, acrylics
and airbrushing.
In the years that followed,
Ms. Le Kinff learned lithog-
raphy, sand and sumi and
took up painting, polishing
and varnishing woodwork,
using a special material made
of casein which she applied to
her painting.
Park West Gallery is lo-
cated at 29469 Northwestern
Highway in Southfield. Galle-
ry hours are Monday-
Wednesday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.;
Thursday and Friday, 10 a.m.
to 9 pm.; and Saturday and
Sunday, 11 a.m. to 6 pm.. For
information, call the gallery,
354-2343.

Posner Gallery
Shows Kozlow

"Kozlow in Black and White,"
an exhibition of paintings by
Birmingham artist Richard
Kozlow, will open Nov. 12 at
Posner Gallery of Farmington
Hills with a 5:30-8 p.m. recep-
tion. His one-man show of more
than 50 paintings, done in the
past year, will continue through
Nov. 27.
In Mr. Kozlow's hands,
these tempera-on-paper
works, filled with hundreds
of subtle changes of the in-
tensity of black, seem to come
alive. As the eye grows ac-
customed to the low light,
shapes and color tones be-
come more clearly defined.
Although Mr. Kozlow is
known for color-filled land-
scapes and depictions of peo-
ple in street scenes and
celebrations throughout the
world, he likes working in
black and white. Until this
past year, he hasn't used it
for such a large, complex body
of work as the current one. ❑

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November 7— January 9
The Detroit Institute of Arts

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these names and others comprise Decorative Arts 1900, a
superb assembly of furniture, ceramics, glass, metalwork,
textiles and books produced around the turn of the century.
Drawn from 25 Detroit-area private collections, these 130
stunning and beautiful examples embody the Arts and Crafts
and Aesthetic movements and Art Nouveau—enduring
influences that paved the way to modern design.

Related Programs

Exhibition Admission

Public Tours at 11:30 a.m. and
1:30 p.m. daily are free with
exhibition admission, as are talks
and lectures on November 7,
November 20, December 12 and
January 9. Call (313) 833-7963
for details on these and other
related programs.

$4 adults; $1 children & students;
members free.
Free on Wednesday with
museum admission.

Museum Admission

Free with exhibition admission;
otherwise a donation of any
amount is required.
Members free.

The exhibition is organized by

the DIA and funded by

Hours

a generous grant from

Wednesday-Friday
11 a.m.-4 p.m.;
weekends 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
Closed Monday and Tuesday;
also closed Thanksgiving Day,
Christmas Eve Day, Christmas
Day, New Year's Eve Day and
New Year's Day.

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