WEST BLOOMFIELD, Mich.—Felicia Bowers’ smile was the size of Lake Michigan when she received the latest update on the number of Facebook viewers who have watched the “Art Through Felicia’s Eyes” video. “You just broke 1 million!” exclaimed Bassie Shemtov, co-founder and director (with her husband, Rabbi Levi) of Friendship Circle. Within a few hours, the number of viewers had already jumped to 1.2 million.
Abstract artworks will hang from the ceilings and extend off the walls at the Friendship Circle Farber Center in West Bloomfield during the newest Dresner Foundation Soul Studio exhibition titled A Red Potato in A Minor. The show opens Thursday, Aug. 16 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. and runs through November 9, featuring the work of Soul Studio artists with special needs. Visitors can expect to step into another world.