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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-07-07

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109 N. CENTER
DOWNTOWN NORTHVILLE
(810) 349-4131
Presenting Laura Ross, con-
temporary clay artist. Ross' work
combines traditional clay-making
with contemporary treatments of
materials, creating rich patterns of
color and vivid imagery.
Ross works low-fired terra cot-
ta producing colored stains to cre-
ate velvet-like surfaces with animal
and plant-form imagery. Etched
marks reminiscent of "ancient"
symbols create a sense of freedom
and "play," lending strength to the
planes of the surface. Copper-leaf
and hand-dyed reeds enhance the
color and design of each piece.
Show runs through the end of
August.
Hours: M-TH 10-6; F 10-7; SAT
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 authen-
tic Western art, on display at Cow-
boy Trader 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 etch-
ings, 2 pastels and more. The
items range in price from $300 to
$10,000 and are available for pur-
chase.
This is a don't miss exhibit with
over $200,000 worth of art on dis-

HOME THEA I ER, AUDIO SYSTEMS AND MORE. . .
Your home is probably the biggest
investment you'll ever make. Of
i:Tir course, your investment in home
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can be extremely impressive as
well. Imagine what it would be
like to have all of these invest-
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how much more you could enjoy
your leisure time. Welcome to

Del Giudice Fine Arts &
Antiques

515 S. LAFAYE IIE 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, Bac-
carat, jewelry, Cartier, Tiffany, KJL,
signed costume, perfume bottles,
watches and clocks, and other
quality merchandise. Please call
or visit our gallery, in-home ap-
pointments are readily available at
your convenience. Estate tax and
insurance appraisals, estate liqui-
dation 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
explosion 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 find-
ing new vistas for the Mesa Arts
Gallery in Franklin. While contin-
uing to represent favorite artists
from the southwest, Sue and Ellen
have embarked on a new mission
to find similarly outstanding artists
to represent from across the coun-
try.
The Mesa Arts Gallery Collec-
tion focuses on custom furniture,
lamps, home accessories, hand
wrought tables, bedsteads, cabi-
nets and armoires, painted mirrors;
rugs; whimsical rustic garden
pieces and a continuing selection
of glass, ceramic pieces, jewelry
and fine paintings.

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A UNIQUE AND INNOVATIVE COLLECTION

The Print Gallery

29203 NORTHWESTERN HWY.
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 cus-
torn framing and a wide selection
of artful gifts from renowned mu-
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play. Cowboy Trader is located at
251 Merrill Street in downtown
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please call (810) 647-8833.

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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, 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 collectible pieces. Floral
artwork, botanicals 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; 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!

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EXPERIENCE IN
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