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June 16, 1995 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-06-16

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DeParting Daily Back To Your Childhood

PAINTING page 83

are no guarantees. Nothing is pre-
dictable. Not in a world where she
must wait and wait for the spon-
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Animation Art Gallery • Cartoon Collectibles

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

109 N. Center
Downtown Northville
(810) 349-4131

PAPERLIGHT

Marji Silk Photography will
be on exhibit from June 19
through July 31 at the Woods
Gallery, located on the lower
level of the Huntington Woods
Library, 26415 Scotia in Hunt-
ington Woods. For more infor-
mation, call (810) 543-9720.

Animation Station

550 FOREST AVE.
PLYMOUTH
(313) 455-0190
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... it's at the An-
imation Station. Your One-Stop Car-
toon Collectible Shop.

Artistic Expressions...
Custom Florals by
Patricia

ARTIST:
GRACE HOFF

HOURS: M-TH 10-6, FRI. 10-7, SAT. 10-5, SUN. 12-4

Michele
Salemi

June 8t1hluly 31st

"Mannequin"

6239 Orchard Lake Road West Bloomfield (810) 932-2299
Hours: Monday-Saturday 11:00-5:30/Thursday 'til 7:00

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725 S. ADAMS
BIRMINGHAM
(810) 644-8349
Spring and the feeling created by
Artistic Expressions are synony-
mous. Flowers are the heart of what
we do. Custom, permanent floral
pieces you have to touch to tell.
Containers and vases which include
all sizes and shapes of stone, brass,
silver, ceramic and vintage col-
lectible pieces. Floral artwork, botan-
icals and mirrors line the walls. Toss
pillows, 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; ifs up to you.
Home consultations are available
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
Featuring handcast paper sculp-
tures by California artist Vicky Grace
Hoff. Handcast paper begins with a
blend of pure cotton linter fiber and
water which is then cast on forms.
When dry, the piece is painted, and
gold, copper or silver leaf may be
applied. These dramatic wall pieces
are 21 inches round and present the
viewer with an illusion of hanging
pottery platters. Colors range from
the metal palette to jewel tones.
Priced at $145.
Hours: M-TH 10-6, FRI 10-7, SA
10-5, SUN 12-4.

Cowboy Trader

251 MERRILL STREET
SUITE 209
BIRMINGHAM, MI 48009
(810) 647-8833
The West has arrived in the Mid-
west!
Be the first to see the exciting and
diverse collection of authentic West-
em art, on display at Cowboy Trad-
er in Birmingham, between May
19th and June 10th. Show hours
are Monday through Saturday from
10:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m.
On display will be the works of 30
different artists from all over the
world. Included in the fantastic items
are: 1 pen & ink, 3 acrylics, 6
bronzes, 1 water, 14 oils, 2 etchings,
2 pastels and more. The items
range in price from $300 to $10,000
and are available for purchase.
This is a don't miss exhibit with
over $200,000 worth of art on dis-
play. Cowboy Trader is located at
251 Merrill Street in downtown Birm-
ingham. For more information,
please call (810) 647-8833.

Del Giudice Fine Arts &
Antiques

515 S. LAFAYEI I E AT SIXTH ST.
ROYAL OAK, MI 48067
(810) 399-2608
We are actively looking to buy:
Fine porcelains, KPM, Meissen, etc.,
paintings, bronzes, Oriental rugs,
furniture, crystal, Lalique, Baccarat,
jewelry, Cartier, Tiffany, KJL, signed
costume, perfume bottles, watches
and clocks, and other quality mer-
chandise. Please call or visit our
gallery, in-home appointments are
readily available at your conve-
nience. Estate tax and insurance
appraisals, estate liquidation and
buyouts done.

Designica

6239 ORCHARD LAKE ROAD
WEST BLOOMFIELD
(810) 932-2299
Designica is featuring the work
by Italian painter Michele Salemi
thru July 31st. Art Critic Franco
Basile describes his work as "an ex-
plosion of colors rich with hints of
expressionism." From his bold
strokes and use of strong colors and
spacial contrasts emerge land-
scapes, still lifes and nudes chal-
lenging our way of viewing art and
compelling the eye to explore the
artist's message.
Hours: Mon.-Sat. 11:00-5:30
p.m.; Thurs. till 7:00 p.m.

Mesa Arts

32800 FRANKLIN RD.

FRANKLIN, MI 48025
(810) 851-9949
Sue and Ellen Rontal are finding
new vistas for the Mesa Arts Gallery
in Franklin. While continuing to rep-
resent favorite artists from the south-
west, Sue and Ellen have embarked
on a new mission to find similarly
outstanding artists to represent from
across the country.

The Mesa Arts Gallery Collection
focuses on custom furniture, lamps,
home accessories, hand wrought
tables, bedsteads, cabinets and ar-
moires, painted mirrors; rugs; whim-
sical rustic garden pieces and a
continuing selection of glass, ce-
ramic pieces, jewelry and fine paint-
ings.

The Print Gallery

29203 NORTHWESTERN HVVY,
FRANKLIN PLAZA
SOUTHFIELD
(810) 356-5454
Founded by Diane DeCillis in
1978, The Print Gallery carries
the largest collection of original
prints, posters and reproductions in
the United States. Expert custom
framing and a wide selection of art-
ful gifts from renowned museum col-
lections. Unusual personal and
decorative accessories. New re-
source room allows you to browse
through hundreds of catalogs or rent
a video of your favorite artist.

Timeless Antiques

15531 W. 12 MILE
SOUTHFIELD
810-569-8008
Timeless Antiques specializes in
antique furniture and other turn of
the century desires. Find...
Chippendale, Queen Anne,
Empire, Louis XV, George II & more!

Troy Art Gallery

515 SOUTH LAFAYE I I E
ROYAL OAK
(810) 548-7919
Located in a restored church, one
of the gallery's specialties is Japan-
ese wood block prints 18th-20th
century. Hiroshige, Hasui and Hi-
roshi Yoshida will be included. For
summer highlights a multi-media ex-
hibition will include rural pastel land-
scapes of the Leelanau Peninsula,
watercolors of flowers and still lifes,
as well as original prints by Karel
Appel, Will Bamet, Raphael Sowyer
and others.

Tombstones
Shed Light

While many of today's archaeol-
ogists examine ancient pottery or
sift through garbage to gain in-
sights into vanished civilizations,

Dr. Rochelle Weinstein of Man-
hattan helps recreate Jewish life
in 17th-century Europe by study-
ing tombstones.
Dr. Weinstein, a professor of art
history at Borough of Manhattan
Community College, examines
Sephardic Jewish tombstones in
Germany and in the Netherlands
to study Jewish history and social
structure in the 17th and 18th
centuries.
This tombstone archaeologist
has been aided in her studies by
the New York-based Memorial
Foundation for Jewish Culture,
which funds a variety of programs

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