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April 07, 1995 - Image 91

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-04-07

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a former student sent her the cac-
tus wood Ms. Aaron-Taylor used
in one of her sculptures in Cie ex-
hibit.
Meanwhile, her wood piles in
her studio continue to grow. Per-
haps it's a sign of her passion as
well as the growing popularity of
her work.
Transforming the organic to
the mythical, Ms. Aaron-Taylor's
latest exhibit is a universally hab-
itable world that reflects the joys
and struggle of an artist at the
height of her expressive power.
And, as for the sky, she'll pro-
vide that, too.



/3 Susan Aaron-Taylor's "New
Works" exhibit will run
through April 29. For infor-
mation, call Xochipilli Gallery,
(810) 645-1905.

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DOWNTOWN NORTHVILLE
(810) 349-4131
"Glass: Sheer Dimensions" is

the title of Atrium Gallery's exhibit
for Michigan Glass Month April 1-
30. More than twenty glass artists
are represented in the gallery in-

cluding local artists George
Bochnig, John Carney, George
Jewell and Stan Megdall.
Hours: M-TH 10-6, Fri. 10-7, Sat.
10-5, Sun. 12-4.

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Mesa Arts

32800 FRANKLIN RD.
FRANKLIN, MI 48025
(810) 851-9949
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 be-
liefs there is nobility and spirit in the
humblest being. The bear, for ex-
ample, represents stewardship over
the earth, wildness and human re-
spect for that wildness. In printings
and watercolors, man and animals
are brought together in studies that
are joyous, tender and bold. Mesa
Arts' Southwest art and jewelry, pot-
tery, sculpture, furniture and weav-
ings nurture and enrich the human
spirit.

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STUDIO

Pierce Street
Portrait Gallery

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217 PIERCE ST.
BIRMINGHAM
(810) 646-6950

Marcia Boxman, Nan Carnick
and Elaine Yaker, owners of Pierce
Street Gallery of Photography, es-
tablished Pierce Street Portraits
with the goal of bringing the beau-
ty and enduring quality of the black
and white photograph to children's
portraiture.
The resulting black and white
studio portraits reveal the joy,
thoughtfulness, playfulness and
dignity of each child who sits be-
fore the camera.

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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 personal
and decorative accessories. New
resource room allows you to
browse through hundreds of cata-
logs or rent a video of your favorite
artist.

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