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December 08, 1995 - Image 150

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-12-08

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American Art
Jewelry Show

CARLA JEAN SCHWARTZ SECTION EDITOR

he Wetsman Col-
lection presents
"One of a Kind X
One," an exhibition
of contemporary art jew-
elry, curated by Susan
Grant Lewin. The exhibi-
tion features the work of
ten artists represented in
Ms. Lewin's book, One of a
Kind: American Art Jew-
eliy Today (Abrams).
One of a Kind: Ameri-
can Art Jewelry Today pro-
files more than 50 jewelers
and offers an overview of
the studio art movement
in America. Artist profiles
include full-color illustra-
American Art Jewelry Today
tions of several examples
of each jeweler's
Above: One of a
work. The book
kind, by Susan
features two fore-
Grant Lewin.
words, one by art
critic Barbara
Left:
Rose and another
Metal sculpture
by designer Jack
pin by Boris Bally.
Lenor Larsen.
The Wetsman
Collection in
Birmingham of-
fers an interesting
glimpse into
American Art jew-
eh-y with this exhibit. "I was very in Ms. Lewin's book each chose a
interested in the book and how new artist to be part of the exhi-
the jewelry's history evolved," bition. "We wanted to give others
said Janis Wetsman, owner of the a chance to be seen," added Ms.
Wetsman.
Wetsman Collection.
This exhibition will run
Since the Wetsman Collection
is often a forum for new emerg- through January 13, 1996. For
ing artists, Ms. Wetsman decid- more information, call (810) 645-
ed to also focus on new jewelers. 6212. ❑
The ten master jewelers featured

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A Celebration
With Cookies

ILENE SPECTOR SPECIAL TO THE JEWISH NEWS

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lovers of all ages more
than fresh-from-the-oven
homemade cookies and
brownies. Holidays often bring
to mind American standbys from
the past such as gingersnaps and
shortnin' bread. But it's the Old-

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Monday - Friday 10:00 - 5:30; Saturdays until 5:00 In December, Thursdays until 8:00p.m.

Ilene Spector is a Baltimore food

writer.

World international recipes that
were brought here by our Euro-
pean ancestors that have become
today's American favorites.
Rugelach and biscotti have
been elevated to new levels of re-
spect as they appear on many
fine restaurant menus as well as
at trendy coffee cafes. Creative
bakers are incorporating personal
touches by adding dried cran-

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