A Silent Auction featuring DETUR artists will benefit 2015 Educational Scholarship

Dante Alighieri Society of Michigan 90th Anniversary. Saturday, November 1, 2014 | Detroit Yacht CluB, Belle Isle

Please join us and become part of the rich history of the society that promotes Italian culture and language in southeastern Michigan.
A Silent Auction featuring DETUR artists will benefit 2015 Educational Scholarship.
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Special thanks to the DETUR artists:

IMG_1540Tom Parish
Painter B. Hibbing, MI 1933
Education: BFA Univ. Pennsylvania and Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, MA Univ. of North Dakota.
Now: Professor Emeritus after 35 Years at Wayne State University in Painting.
Gallery Affiliations: Gilman Galleries, Chicago
 Gruen Gallery, Chicago 
Martha Jackson, New York
 Sheldon Ross, Birmingham, MI
Robert Kidd Gallery, Birmingham, MI

(Photo courtesy of Sherley Parish) | www.tomparish.com

Bravo S

Tom Parish, Oil on linen, 66″x66″,”Bravo San Felice”

About the painting:
My friend Teresa said “Bravo canal workers”. San Felice is my canal. “Bravo San Felice”. We are soon to be back there again–Our first time was 1986.
We’ve had three solo exhibition in Venice so far.
Tom Parish



Sharon Que

S Que_medSharon Que (Querciagrossa) is an instrument restorer and sculptor living in Ann Arbor, Michigan devoting most of her time to lengthy restorations of violins and violas. Her sculpture can be seen at Re: View Gallery in Detroit Michigan.
She has taught in Parma, Italy, Oberlin, Ohio and has presented lectures at the VSA. Recently she worked on the collection of fine violins at The Henry Ford and is a member of the American Federation of Violin and Bow Makers. Her sculpture is in the permanent collection at the Detroit Institute of Arts and she had a one person exhibition in San Francisco at Museo Italo Americano.
www.sharonque.com | http://www.reviewcontemporary.com/artists/sharon-que/