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December 09, 2010 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-12-09

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Art From The Heart

Student art show brightens
hospital for the holidays.


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Third-graderJacob and first-grader Natalie Banooni share their artwork.

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First-grader Abby and fourth-grader

Third-grader Ethan Mostyn

Mathew Chayet show off their work done

with his van Gogh-inspired

after studying paintings by Paul Klee.

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illel Day School of
Metropolitan Detroit and
Beaumont Hospitals host
the second annual Hillel Day School
K-4 student art show, "Art from the
Heart:' which will be displayed at
Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, in
the South Tower lobby Dec. 12-Jan. 5.
This show will feature the "master-
pieces" of Hillel students.
A special opening reception for
Hillel students will be held from 2-4
p.m. Sunday, Dec. 12, in the South
Tower. Welcoming remarks will begin
at 2:30 p.m.
Kindergarten watercolors inspired
by Wassily Kandinsky, second-grade
modernistic alphabet art modeled
after Stuart Davis and fourth-grade
line designs inspired by Paul Klee are
just a few of the creative samples that
will comprise the student art show.

Working with Hillel art teacher,
Janis Segal, each student will have
one piece of artwork submitted for
display. One of Hillel Day School's
core values, tikkun olain, speaks
to making the community a better
"We believe that by reaching out to
Beaumont Hospital and by displaying
the beautiful artwork of our students,
we will be brightening the halls of
the hospital and the faces of patients
and visitors:' said Steve Freedman,
head of school.
The Art From the Heart show
involves parent participation. Parents
matted and covered with special
acetate film each piece of art for the
display at Beaumont. Parent co-chairs
Debi Banooni, Fawn Chayet and
Leslie Mostyn helped bring the event
to fruition. ❑


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