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Exhibitions, November 2019
by M.A.D. staff

Harley Bartlett, Moon Glow, oil. —Through November 15 —Old Lyme, Connecticut The Lyme Art Association (LAA) presents its 2019 New England Landscape Exhibition, focusing on the “subject matter that inspired our founders, the Lyme Impressionists. Contented cows, bucolic pastures, and harbor scenes are popular subjects in this exhibition,” stated LAA’s gallery manager, ... (Read More)

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Kelly Kinzle to Supervise Morphy’s New Americana and Folk Art Division
by Lita Solis-Cohen

On September 5 Dan Morphy announced that Americana and folk art dealer Kelly Kinzle will head Morphy Auctions’ new Americana, folk art, and American decorative arts division. “Dan Morphy called me and told me he had a collection of Americana he thought might launch a new division and asked me to ... (Read More)

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Brunk Auctions Expands into Virginia
by M.A.D. staff

Brunk Auctions is expanding into Virginia. With a presence in Asheville, North Carolina; Nashville, Tennessee; and now Richmond, Virginia, Brunk Auctions “will provide its bespoke auction services to clients throughout the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic regions,” an August 14 press release from the firm stated. The Richmond location will host biannual auctions ... (Read More)

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Consolidation
by Hollie Davis and Andrew Richmond

September, the time of year for looking back at the summer and all that has been accomplished! Or not accomplished, as the case may be. One bay of the garage is still filled with furniture and totes, the gutters on the workshop still need to be cleaned, and the deck ... (Read More)

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Emelie Gevalt Named Curator of Folk Art at American Folk Art Museum
by M.A.D. staff

Jason T. Busch, the director of the American Folk Art Museum (AFAM), has announced that Emelie Gevalt will become curator of folk art at the museum beginning in November. She succeeds Stacy C. Hollander, who left the museum in June.  Gevalt comes to AFAM from an internship at the Museum of ... (Read More)

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Native American Jewelry Collection at Whitley’s Auctioneers
by Mary Ann Brown

Antique Jewelry & Gemology Photos courtesy Whitley’s Auctioneers Whitley’s Auctioneers, Dania Beach, Florida, held an auction of a single-owner collection of Native American jewelry on August 7. The sale included over 300 lots of jewelry “from traditional designs to intricate inlaid, overlaid and carved masterpieces,” according to presale information. I spoke with and ... (Read More)

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Kochan Launches Mars & Neptune Trust
by Lita Solis-Cohen

After 21 years as a full-time antiques and fine arts dealer, James L. Kochan has decided he wants to spend his days researching the military in the Western Hemisphere before 1850. “I am returning to the nonprofit sector as president and CEO of The Mars & Neptune Trust, a 501(c)(3) ... (Read More)

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New Show in Ottawa
by M.A.D. staff

The Canadian Antique Dealers Association (CADA) has announced a new antiques fair and sale, the 2019 National Capital Antiques Art and Design Fair (NCAADF), to be held November 8-10 at Tudor Hall, 3750 North Bowesville Road, Ottawa, Ontario. The fair will open with a Friday wine and hors d’oeuvres reception (6:30-9 ... (Read More)

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The Curtain Falls on the Williamsburg Holiday Antiques Show
by Walter C. Newman

After 37 years, there will be no antiques show in Williamsburg, Virginia, this Thanksgiving weekend. With a lump in her throat and a tear in her eye, Bettianne Sweeney has announced that her Williamsburg Holiday Antiques Show is no more. Referring to the event as “her” show is not a misstatement. ... (Read More)

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Newly Completed Expo Center at the Nashville Fairgrounds Will House Two of the February Events
by Karla Klein Albertson

Once again, changes are coming to show week in Nashville. In February 2020, the Nashville Show, managed by the Jenkins family, and the recently renamed Fiddlers at the Fairgrounds, owned by Doug Supinger, will set up their dealers in adjacent halls within the new Expo Center opening shortly at the ... (Read More)
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