The defining characteristic of this family is the inflorescence, the flowers nearly always aggregated in terminal umbels, that may be simple or more commonly compound, often umbelliform cymes.
The flowers are usually perfect (hermaphroditic) and actinomorphic but there may be zygomorphic petals at the edges of the umbel, as in carrot (Daucus carota).
The Five Heartbeats is a 1991 musical drama film directed by Robert Townsend, who co-wrote the script with Keenen Ivory Wayans.
Distributed by 20th Century Fox, the film's main cast includes Townsend, Michael Wright, Leon Robinson, Harry J.
Lennix, Tico Wells, Harold Nicholas of the Nicholas Brothers, and Diahann Carroll.
follows the three decade career of the rhythm and blues vocal group The Five Heartbeats.
I’m following what’s happening on the canvas, and that way the painting will take me someplace I haven’t been before.” More pictures in our Media Center Vian likes to work with multiple brushes, and keeps the paint wet for more flow.
“I like the painting to take me somewhere,” says Vian, a Royal Oak resident, who was born and raised in Detroit. I start with an idea and the painting happens in the process, I don’t really know where it’s going to go.
Some flowers are functionally staminate (where a pistil may be present but has no ovules capable of being fertilized) while others are functionally pistillate (where stamens are present but their anthers do not produce viable pollen).
Sunday.• jccdet.org/arts-culture-education/janice-charach-gallery/, 248-432-5579.• Detroit Abstraction Artist Lineup: Diana Alva, Anita Bates, Robert Bielat, Holly Branstner, Coco Bruner, Jim Chatelain, Terry Lee Dill, Barbara Dorchen, John Egner, Gary Eleinko, Todd Erickson, Marcia Freedman, Brenda Goodman, Dennis Guastella, Carole Harris, Janet Hamrick, Al Hebert, Meighen Jackson, Lester Johnson, Dennis Jones, Ray Katz, Brian Lacey, Addie Langford, Charles Mc Gee, Allie Mc Ghee, Robert Mirek, Erin Parish, John Piet, Tom Phardel, Sharon Que, Curtis Rhodes, John Rowland, Douglas Semivan, Gilda Snowden, Robert Sestok, Dayton Spence, Ron Teachworth, Nancy Thayer, Russell Thayer, Lois Teicher, Albert Young.
His retrospective features his abstract pieces, realistic works and drawings.
• “Keeping a Wet Edge — a Retrospective of the Abstract Works of Rick Vian” // “Detroit Abstraction, Featuring 41 of the Most Noted Abstract Artists with Ties to Detroit”• Oct. His retrospective show, with paintings dating back to his earliest work from 1972, is one of two taking place simultaneously at the Janice Charach Gallery in West Bloomfield Township.
Maple Road, West Bloomfield Twp.• Opening reception 1-4 p.m. He’s often spontaneous in his work, which sometimes leads to “accidents,” though Vian says what seems like a mistake while working brings character and interest to his paintings. The time spent on each painting varies, but each one usually takes him at least a month to complete. jccdet.org/arts-culture-education/janice-charach-gallery/, 248-432-5579.