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April 14, 1995 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-04-14

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Animation Station

550 FOREST AVE,
PLYMOUTH
(313) 455-0190

PASSOVER
GREETINGS

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— fine china, fine crystal and interesting gifts —

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Bloomfield Plaza
6566 Telegraph Road at Maple • Bloomfield Hills

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Departing Daily Back To Your Childhood

Fine Art Photographs Of Children
217 Pierce Street • Birmingham, MI
810 • 646-6951

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HANDCRAFTED JEWELRY, TEAPOTS,
PICTURE FRAMES, POTTERY, VASES,
LIMOGES BOXES, DECORATIVE PILLOWS...

WHERE CAN YOU FIND ALL OF THESE
WONDERFUL AND CREITIVE ACCESSORIES?

and gallery

A UNIQUE AND INNOVATIVE COLLECTION

NEW SPRING MERCHANDISE ARRIVING DAILY

Located in the Orchard Mall
West Bloomfield

(81O) 655-44M

7-leafing Hare

© Warner Bros.

Authorized Dealer

(landau, Tuesday, Wednesday
Friday, Saturday 10:00-6:00
Thursday 10:00-9:00
Sunday 12:00-5:00

THE Print Gallery

Animation Art Gallery • Cartoon Collectibles

ART & FLOWERS
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"IF MS CARTOON RELATED, MS AT THE ANIMATION STATION"

Westchester Square 550 Forest Avenue, Plymouth • (313) 455-0190

April 18 — May 31

Includes Floral
Arrangements,
Perfiunes, Garden
Accessories,
Frames & More

Large Selection of Fine
Art Prints
Posters & Gift Items
Custom Framing

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POTTERY • PAINTINGS



JEWELRY • FURNITURE

UNIQUE ACCESSORIES FOR THE HOME

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Artistic Expressions...
Custom Florals by
Patricia

SOUTH ADAMS SQUARE
725 S. ADAMS
BIRMINGHAM
(810) 644-8349

Spring and the feeling created
by Artistic Expressions are syn-
onymous. Flowers are the heart
of what we do. Custom, perma-
nent floral pieces you have to
touch to tell. Containers and vas-
es which include all sizes and
shapes of stone, brass, silver, ce-
ramic and vintage collectible
pieces. Floral artwork, botanicals
and mirrors line the walls. Toss pil-
lows, accessories and flowers fill
the studio.
Stop by and browse. We have
expanded our space to meet
the needs of our growing
clientele. Bring your own loved
vase or choose one of ours; it's up
to you.
Home consultations are avail-
able at no charge to determine the
size, placement and color of your
new piece.
Come by and see what's bloom-
ing!

Atrium Gallery

109 N. CENTER
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.

Mesa Arts

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The Animation Station is Warn-
er Bros.'s newest Authorized
Gallery. Take a ride to the Ani-
mation 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 relat-
ed...it's at the Animation Station.
Your One-Stop Cartoon Col-
lectible Shop.

32800 FRANKLIN ROAD O FRANKLIN, MI 48025
TUESDAY - FRIDAY 10 A.M. - 5 PM.
SATURDAY: 11 A.M. - 5 P.M.
(810) 851-9949

"Floral Passage" Original
Serigraph by Greg Single)'

29203 Northwestern Hwy.
at 12 Mile
Franklin Plaza

810-356-5454

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 beliefs there is nobility
and spirit in the humblest being.

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