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January 27, 1995 - Image 93

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-01-27

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Rosenstein Exhibit, Sale At JCCs

The Jewish Community Center
will host Hebraic artist Mor-
dechai Rosenstein in an exhibi-
tion and sale Feb. 7-26 at both
the Jimmy Prentis Morris build-
ing in Oak Park and the
Maple/Drake building in West
Bloomfield.
Mr. Rosenstein will be on
hand to discuss his works at a re-
ception 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 12
at the Maple/Drake campus.

Mr. Rosenstein uses color,
shapes and the Hebrew alpha-
bet in his art. His contemporary
interpretations of the ancient art
of Hebrew calligraphy is the ba-
sis for his limited-edition silk-
screen designs.
The exhibit is free and open to
the public. For information, call
the Cultural Arts Department,
661-7634.

Ceramics Exhibit In February

The 17th annual Michigan Ce-
ramics Exhibition will be hosted
by the Habatat/Shaw and Edge
galleries in Pontiac from Feb. 3-
28.
The opening reception and
award presentation will be Fri-

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Pissarro had five sons, all of
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Sybaris Exhibit Opens

The Sybaris Gallery of Royal
Oak will open its 1995 exhibition
season with a one-person show
featuring the artwork of John
Garrett through Feb. 25. Al-
though known primarily for his
basket forms, Mr. Garrett also

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Dubi Arie At Woods Gallery

The Woods Gallery will present
the work of Dubi Arie, a Holo-
caust survivor who paints 4,000
years of Jewish history in his
work The Mission.

Exhibit dates are Feb. 1-28.
The Woods Gallery is located on
the lower level of the Hunting-
ton Woods Library, 26415 Sco-
tia, Huntington Woods.

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