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December 05, 2003 - Image 74

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-12-05

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Rosemary
Trapp

event

PHOTOGRAPHY BY

CHRIS IVEY

Matt and

Katie Green

Liz Wickersham

Even0bItairs Lisa Tann, Hank

and Trish Brown

Gluckman and Bruce Luria)

(Nancy Legault

ceramics)

Artists di' ± edge

and Ziwadi.

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Martin Starke

Judi and Brad

Judy and Allan

Schram

Freund

Artist Lara

Witherspoon of

Lamb Shank

ron sculptures, mostly ani-
mal-shaped, caught the
light of the moon and pro-
vided a fairytale-like setting
for the walkway leading to The
Birmingham Temple in
Farmington Hills. The Iron Ivy
menagerie proved a fitting intro-
duction to the Temple's 31st
Juried Art Show, an event that
featured more than 100 fine-
artists.
Presented gallery fashion, the
November show
offered something
for everyone,
including fiber art,
jewelry, glass, pho-
tography and
ceramics.
Esteemed judges
were Nancy Jones,
curator of educa-
tion, DIA; Linda
..i.---.-,--.‘
Margolin, associate
curator of educa-
tion, DIA; and
Dianne Dicillis,
owner of The Print
Gallery in
Southfield.
An opening
night gala recep-
tion featured hors
d'oeuvres from
Amaryllis and an
opportunity to
meet the artists.
Chairs Lisa Tann, Hank
Gluckman and Bruce Luria
served as hosts for the gala.

--Linda Bachiack

Skye and Amir Gamzu with magnets by

Cheri (Skye's mom and Amir's wife)

Tracey and Marilyn'Row.

(Purse by Jema

6 • DECEMBER 2003 • STYLE AT THE JN

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