569 N. Woodward Ave • Birmingham MI 48009
* PARTY TIME *
Paintings & Plaques
March 6th April 30th
Hours 10-6 M-Th, 10-7 Fri., 10-5 Sat., 12-4 Sun.
) Knit, Knit, Knit
In Orchard Mall
203 E. Maple
SPECIAL RELEASE OF SIGNED
PRODUCTION CELS *
JIM DAVIS was on hand at the
New York ArtExpo March I 0, 1995 to
PERSONALIZE & SIGN Garfield
Animation Cels. We now have a large
430 North Woodward
Birmingham MI 48009
selection of cels for you to choose from
in the gallery. Come in now and
choose your signed cel!
Prices range from $300 - $600, most
with backgrounds. Don't miss out on this
first and (as of now) only signing of
these colorful production cels. Call or
stop in the gallery for details (lay-a-ways
Animation Art Gallery • Cartoon Collectibles
"IF IT'S CARTOON RELATED, IT'S AT THE ANIMATION STATION"
Westchester Square 550 Forest Avenue, Plymouth • f 313) 455-0190
In the Orchard (\fall
West Bloomfie d • (810) 737-4888
Turn Your Furniture into a Work of Art
810/682-8905 • Linda
550 FOREST AVE.
The Animation Station is Warn-
er Bros.'s newest Authorized
Gallery. Take a ride to the Anima-
tion Station to re-live a portion of
your childhood. We feature the
finest in animation, limited edition
pewter sculptures and collectible
figurines. If it is cartoon related...ft's
at the Animation Station. Your One-
Stop Cartoon Collectible Shop.
109 N. CENTER ST.
"Party Time" is the theme of
West Bloomfield artist Audrey Di
Marco's new show at the Atrium
Gallery. Acrylic and multi-media
figurative pictures with coordinat-
ed clay wall plaques. The show
continues through April. Gallery
Hours: 10-6 M-Th, 10-7 Fri, 10-5
Sat, 12-4 Sun.
32800 FRANKLIN RD.
FRANKLIN, MI 48025
A deeply felt affinity for Native
American and Southwest culture
and landscape permeates the art
and sculpture at MESA ARTS.
The artifacts represent the earth,
cultural brotherhood and global
harmony. According to Native
American beliefs there is nobility
and spirit in the humblest being.
The bear, for example, represents
stewardship over the earth, wild-
ness and human respect for that
wildness. In printings and water-
colors, man and animals are
brought together in studies that are
joyous, tender and bold. Mesa
Arts' Southwest art and jewelry,
pottery, sculpture, furniture and
weavings nurture and enrich the
217 PIERCE ST.
Marcia Boxman, Nan Carnick
and Elaine Yaker, owners of
Pierce Street Gallery of Photog-
raphy, established Pierce Street
Portraits with the goal of bringing
the beauty and enduring quality of
the black and white photograph to
The resulting black and white
studio portraits reveal the joy,
thoughtfulness, playfulness and
dignity of each child who sits be-
fore the camera.
The Print Gallery
29203 NORTHWESTERN HWY.
Founded by Diane DeCillis in
1978, The Print Gallery carries
the largest collection of original
prints, posters and reproductions
in the United States. Expert cus-
tom framing and a wide selection
of artful gifts from renowned mu-
seum collections. Unusual per-
sonal and decorative accessories.
New resource room allows you to
browse through hundreds of cat-
alogs or rent a video of your fa-
15531 W. 12 MILE
Timeless Antiques specializes
in antique furniture and other turn
of the century desires. Find...
Chippendale, Queen Anne, Em-
pire, Louis XV, George II & more!
568 N. WOODWARD AVE
Xochipilli Gallery is hosting an
exhibit of sculpture and watercol-
or painting titled, "Housewives."
Featured are works by nationally-
known artists Claudia DeMonte
and Gladys Nilsson. This exhibit
runs through March 31. Gallery
hours are 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Tues-
day through Saturday. (810) 645-
Art Leaders Gallery, formerly lo-
cated in Novi, has moved to
33216 W. 14 Mile Road in the
Simsbury Plaza in West Bloom-
The gallery is directed by Bon-
nie Mansour, Julie Fuller and
Kristine Appleby. It is open Mon-
day through Saturday, 10 a.m.
to 7 p.m., and Sunday, 12 p.m. to
Thinking of volunteering at the
Detroit Institute of Arts? Think
no longer — act now! Volunteer
Orientation will be Sunday,
April 2, 12:30 p.m. in the Detroit
Institute of Art's Lecture Hall.
Approximately 250 additional
volunteer positions are avail-
For information, call the DIA
Volunteer Services Department,
Gallery favorites and Valentine
hearts, Native American pottery,
sculpture, wall art, jewelry and
painted furniture are available
at Mesa Arts, 32800 Franklin
Road, Franklin; (810) 932-9949.