Fox Run Art Exhibit Celebrates Detroit Pride and its Glory Years

NOVI, MI (September 18, 2013) - An exhibit of 8 pieces of commissioned artwork and 11 pieces of photography celebrating Detroit's pride and its glory years is now on display at Fox Run retirement community, 41000 Thirteen Mile Road, in Novi, MI. It is open to the public. Included in the exhibit are: Downtown Detroit during the 1930's, 1940's and 1950's.  Detroit docks with the Boblo Boat.  Detroit Central Train Station.  Book-Cadillac Hotel.  Fox Theatre.  Belle Isle Conservatory.  Artwork also includes Detroit brand favorites, including Faygo Pop, Vernors Pop, Sanders Fudge, Strohs Beer The photographs range in size from 18" x 18" to 24" x 36".   The artwork range in size from 12" x 12" to 12" x 18". Metro Devious Genuine Detroit Art by Sooney Kadouh ( www.metrodevious.com; metrodevious@gmail.com ) is the artist. About 1,000 people who now live at Fox Run moved from the Detroit area. Their past 'Detroit-esque' occupations were  automotive engineers, teachers, nurses, doctors, accountants, professors, and housewives. Sales Director Fred Moschetta said the exhibit is one that foster celebratory memories of the best of times for the city of Detroit. "People who view the exhibit recall their first jobs and  growing up in the city of Detroit," said Moschetta, who once was an usher at Tigers Stadium.  "Having a first job in downtown A school trip on the Boblo Boat and someone's first house after arriving from Italy are among the memories." "The artwork has added warmth and excitement to Fox Run," he said, "creating a fun atmosphere that people want to come to everyday.  It makes you feel good." The public is invited to view the exhibit by appointment. To RVSP please call 248-668-8611.