Posts Tagged ‘artists’

Beverly Fishman with some of her previous work, including her well-known pharmaceuticals.

Rise!

Beverly Fishman’s dynamic new mural shines. Beverly Fishman’s artwork has long been in the spotlight, but her latest project opens up to sunlight. Rise, a colorful and massive abstract mural spanning 170 feet by 60 feet — the largest design she has ever originated — covers the north-facing wall of the Detroit City Club Apartments…

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The Inner Life of a Golem by Judith Joseph

Carrying On

A collective of artists apply their Judaic studies to “What We Carry,” opening at the Janice Charach Gallery. In 2015, 12 Jewish artists were chosen by Chicago’s Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership to participate in the Midwest Jewish Artists Lab. The year-long residency allowed the artists access to Spertus’ archives of art, artifacts…

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Orion V, 1991, acrylic on canvas.

Luminous Constructs

A collection of works by abstract expressionist Al Held is on display at the David Klein Gallery. Abstract art enthusiasts can see one of Al Held’s paintings on exhibit in the Detroit Institute of Arts. Those same enthusiasts can see 13 more Held paintings at the David Klein Gallery in Detroit. While the DIA is…

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