Monday, April 27, 2009

Spring Into Summer

Get a jump on summer.
Come see me at the 41st Annual

Westacres Artist Market

Saturday, May 2, 200910 am - 5 pm

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  • Pay NO SALES TAX on your purchase.
  • Receive a Free Gift with purchase of any framed work.


3700 Westacres Dr.
West Bloomfield MI 48234

Map to Westacres

(Tax Discount & Gift Offer valid only for purchases of work by
James C. Ritchie at Westacres Artist Market on May 2, 2009.)

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Thursday, April 23, 2009

Detroit Artists Market - All Media Exhibition

My entry was accepted and is included in this exhibition.


Roger Green

Roger Green holds a Ph.D. in art history from the University of Chicago. For many years he was art and architecture critic for Booth Newspapers, a chain of eight Michigan dailies. Currently he is teaching at the College for Creative Studies, besides contributing reviews and news stories to ArtNews, American Craft and Sculpture magazines.

Dale Alcocer, Alice Allhoff, Carl Angevine, John Azoni, Roman Baranyk, Matt Boonstra, Jennifer Bostek, Candace Brancik, Colleen Brown, Jeff Cancelosi, Sherie Charron, David Cole, Gerald Conway, Tobi Couture, William Ebersberger, Beatriz Farino-Gomez, Marnie Fender, Robert Fionda, Thomas Frank, Joe Fugate, Erika Fulk, Mary Ann Grauf, Bryant Hoffman, James J. Hughes, Bill Jackson, Frank Joyce, Sooney Kadouh, Dan Kestler, Eric Law, Robert Lezuch, William J. MacArthur, Thomas J. McDonough, Jerry Morton, Russ Orlando, Scott Owsley, Jeanne Poulet, Judi Richards, James C. Ritchie, Yvette Rock, Brandon Scott, Richard Skelton, Krysti Spence, Acquanetta M. Sproule, Julia Stephenson, Stephanie Sturton, Stephen Taucher, Ron Teachworth and Martin Vecchio.

Opening Reception
Friday, May 1, 2009
Public Reception: 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Friday, May 1, 2009 through Saturday, June 6, 2009
Gallery Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 11:00am-6:00pm

Detroit Artists Market is in the Detroit Cultural Center 3 blocks south of the Detroit Institute of Art at 4719 Woodward Ave. at Forest.

All shows and exhibitions are free and open to the public.
Visit Detroit Artists Market online.
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