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November 12, 1993 - Image 98

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-11-12

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Birchbark and acrylic by L. Elliot.

Sybaris
Mounts Exhibit

The work of artist and native
Detroiter Lillian Elliott will be
exhibited at the Sybaris Gallery
Nov. 20-Dec. 31.
An "urban basket maker,"
Ms. Elliott, who now lives in
Berkeley, Calif., is alert to
whatever supplies appear on
the market. Previous works
contained linear elements —
grasses, raffia, reeds, rattan,
etc. — which can be held to-
gether by tying, interlacing,
twining and other tradition-
al methods. With these rib-
bon-like strips of materials,
Ms. Elliott created light, airy
forms that looked like three-
dimensional drawings in
space.
Lately, Ms. Elliott has been
constructing her baskets from
barks like coconut palm, hick-
ory, mulberry and others. The
fitting together of these ir-
regularly shaped pieces to im-
part the airiness and
openness she enjoys is no
easy task.
In some of her most recent
pieces, Ms. Elliott has used
acrylic paint. Although not
high-intensity, it is luminous
and fresh. It has been applied
to lighten the forms and, at
the same time, to define vol-
ume.
The Sybaris Gallery is at
202 E. Third Street, Royal
Oak. Gallery hours are Tues.-
Sat. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. ❑

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himself and his wife. A 25
cent fine was imposed for not
attending a general meeting
or for leaving without the
president's consent. Officers
were fined $1.

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