Posts Tagged ‘Janice Charach Gallery’

Peace One Piece at a Time by Fel3000ft.

New At The Charach

A new exhibit glows within the recently renovated gallery. Suzanne Chessler Contributing Writer Artwork created especially for the latest exhibit at the Janice Charach Gallery will be enhanced by brand new lighting and ceiling colors that have been brought into the display space over the past three months. “Outside In: Artists of the Detroit Landscape,”…

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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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The Enchanted Forest

Natalie Balazovich is an extraordinary gardener. In only a matter of days, she is transforming a few indoor rooms — where there is little sun, no soil, no streams or lakes — into a beautiful forest. The forest will be home to trees (of a sort) and images of nature in all colors and sizes,…

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