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Artist Ruby Churchill In Her Studio, November 1961

Artist Ruby Churchill In Her Studio, November 1961 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 30, 1961
Caption
REFRESHING IMPRESSIONS: Artist Ruby Churchill views a water color she painted of Michigan after she returned from a trip West. The abstract, in tones of green, is the refreshing impression of the state on Mrs. Churchill after traveling through a hot, dry climate. Mrs. Churchill, pictured in the studio of her home at 1704 Hermitage Rd., has exhibited her works extensively throughout the state. She is currently showing at the Scarab Club's 18th Annual Watercolor Exhibition in Detroit, and has several of her older paintings for sale at the Ann Arbor Art Association's annual Christmas sale in the Rackham Galleries.

Churchill, Mrs. Ruel V. (Ruby Sicks)

Churchill, Mrs. Ruel V. (Ruby Sicks) image
Parent Issue
Day
5
Month
May
Year
1969
Copyright
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Y. S. Song Rolls Clay At The Ann Arbor Potters Guild, May 1985

Y. S. Song Rolls Clay At The Ann Arbor Potters Guild, May 1985 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 5, 1985
Caption
Y. S. Song, a student at the Ann Arbor Potters Guild, uses a rolling pin to spread out a slab of clay for handbuilding.

Arista & Zachary Metler Create Artwork At Ypsilanti's "Spring '84" Celebration, May 1984

Arista & Zachary Metler Create Artwork At Ypsilanti's "Spring '84" Celebration, May 1984 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 7, 1984
Caption
MAY DAY - It may have been a few days after the rest of the world celebrated May Day, but children helped deck out a maypole in Ypsilanti on Saturday with colorful drawings. Pictured here are Arista and Zachary Metler, whose work was to be attached to the pole. The painting session was held at the Ypsilanti Farmer's Market in Depot Town. It was part of a "Spring '84" celebration, co-hosted by Depot Town Association and the market.

Mural Painting In Midtown Park At Huron & Main Street, November 1973

Mural Painting In Midtown Park At Huron & Main Street, November 1973 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 11, 1973
Caption
Debbie Miller, Richard Peak, artist Jon Lockard, and Dani Romirez are working on the mural on the wall of the building next to the mini park at Huron and Main streets. The mural, which eventually will depict two city scapes – a polluted city and a clean city – is expected to be completed by the end of this week depending on the weather. The creativity is being donated by Lockard and his art class at Washtenaw Community College. Materials for the mural are being donated by WCC. Boy Scouts have planted over 700 tullip and daffodil bulbs in the park.