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2014 Palm Beach Show Lecture Series Schedule Released

  • PALM BEACH, Florida
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  • January 14, 2014

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RIVETING DISCUSSIONS: A CURATED LECTURE SERIES AT THE PALM BEACH JEWELRY, ART & ANTIQUE SHOW

Lecturers include: Paula Crevoshay, Carolle Thibaut-Pomerantz, Brian J. McCarthy, Edward Faber, Peter Trippi, Liza Laserow and Gordon Lewis

The Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show, now in its eleventh year, is proud to announce the 2014 series of curated lectures. The show will take place over Presidents’ Day Weekend, February 14-18 and all lectures are free to the general public, as well as attendees of the show.

Saturday, February 15 at 1:00 pm

BAROQUE PERIOD: Then and Now

Paula Crevoshay, Crevoshay Jewelry

The Baroque Period, between 1600 and 1725, saw a huge increase in world trade, technological development, social upheaval and rapidly growing wealth, which supported new forms of artistic expression that touched all facets of art, architecture, fashion and jewelry. Ms. Crevoshay takes us through these developments with a special emphasis on jewelry in her delightful illustrated talk and draws parallels with our own time.

Saturday, February 15 at 3:00 pm

The Vogue of French Wallpaper Decors in America: Trendsetters from Jefferson to Henry Du Pont

Carolle Thibaut-Pomerantz, French Heritage Society

Carolle Thibaut-Pomerantz will introduce us to a mural art form that many know little about. Yet, it is an important page in the history of the decorative arts and interior design. Very much in fashion since the XVIII century, English, French and Chinese wallpapers enhanced the homes of aristocratic and prosperous families throughout Europe, Russia and America. Some of the early trend-setters included Thomas Jefferson, Sir Horace Walpole, and Marie Antoinette. The vogue of these decors continued in America in the XX century amongst those involved in the decorative arts: Henry du Pont, Henry Sleeper, Frances Elkins and David Adler, Nancy McLelland, and Jacqueline Kennedy. 

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Sunday, February 16 at 1:00 pm

A Grand Tour of Design: Collecting Across the Globe with Brian J. McCarthy

Brian J. McCarthy, Designer & Author

Decorating your home should be a joyful experience and what better way to enjoy the process than to travel the world collecting things you love? Celebrated designer and author of the new book Luminous Interiors, Brian McCarthy welcomes a client who shares his passion for travel and collecting and nowhere was this more evident than in the home he created for one adventurous couple in Atlanta. Together, they crossed the Atlantic back and forth 35 ties to create their fantasy home. Brian will take you along for the ride as he shows you a collection amassed from France, Italy, Belgium, and Holland. Learn from his advice on how to scout while traveling and his personal tips for collecting pieces that have real history, presence, and impact. 

Sunday, February 16 at 3:00 pm

YOUR LUXURY LEGACY: Understanding the Real Values of Your Jewelry and Watches

Edward Faber, Aaron Faber Gallery

Edward S. Faber presents a visual review of the three basic categories of personal value in understanding the jewelry, watches and valuables you have collected, inherited and purchased throughout your life. Faber outlines the importance of establishing a market value in 2014 dollars so that intelligent decisions can be made about enjoying, gifting or selling these treasured assets, using visual references of estate gemstone jewelry and collectible watches. Jewelry is a real asset class similar to stocks, bonds and real estate. This presentation summarizes a simplified method to evaluate the gemstones, pearls, watches and jewelry – with provenance or without – so you can understand and enjoy your collections. 

Monday, February 17 at 1:00 pm

Past AND Present: Why Smart Collectors Buy Both 19th Century and Contemporary Realist Paintings

Peter Trippi, Editor in Chief, Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine

Too often collectors are led to believe they can admire only historical artworks, or only contemporary ones. In real life, though, mixing them delivers unexpected opportunities for both pleasure and investment value. Find out what these underpriced fields have in common, and what they can offer savvy collectors today. 

Monday, February 17 at 3:00 pm

Swedish Antiques in Modern Settings

Liza Laserow, Laserow Antiques & Design

Liza Laserow's skill lies in bridging in the gap between past and present. Join Laserow as she explains how to creatively integrate antiques into today's lifestyle and design. 

Tuesday, February 18 at 1:00 pm

War Stories From the Back Vaults of the Art World

Gordon Lewis, Sr. Director and Vice President, Fine Arts Conservancy

War Stories from the Back Vaults of the Art World is a heavily illustrated tour through some of the most exciting and dynamic developments in art conservation and restoration today, including the use of lasers in restoration of world famous art works to detecting fakes with thermoluminescence and advanced MRI technology and dating art works with an atomic accelerator.

 

The Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show will take place on February 14-18, 2014 at the Palm Beach County Convention Center located at 650 Okeechobee Blvd, West Palm Beach, FL 33401. The Show will open Friday, February 14, with an Opening Night Preview Event to benefit the Hope For Depression Research Foundation. Tickets for the Opening Night Preview Event are $100. Tickets for General Show days are $20 for a four-day pass. All tickets can be purchased at the website www.PalmBeachShow.com or at the Box Office.

About the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show

The Annual Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show, now in its eleventh year, will once again be presented at the Palm Beach County Convention Center over Presidents’ Day Weekend, February 14-18, 2014. This five-day art event will feature more than 180 international galleries and offer a curated blend of fine art, jewels and antiquities. Produced by the Palm Beach Show Group under the leadership of President and CEO, Scott Diament, the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show will feature a world-class event that is the most important show of its kind. The Opening Night Preview Party benefitting Hope For Depression Research Foundation will take place on Friday, February 14, 2014.  

For more information, visit www.palmbeachshow.com or contact the Palm Beach Show Group’s Director of Communications, Laurie Long, at laurie@palmbeachshow.com or call 561.822.5440.

 

Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show Schedule and Ticketing

Opening Night Preview Party

Friday, February 14 

HOPE Private Preview & Reception

$100 – HOPE Ticket  6pm – 10pm

                                                                                                           

Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show

General Admission: Saturday, Feb. 15 – Tuesday, Feb. 18

$20 – Four Day Pass

 

Saturday, Feb. 15, 11am – 7pm

Sunday, Feb. 16, 11 am – 7pm

Monday, Feb. 17, 11am – 7pm

Tuesday, Feb. 18, 11am  - 6pm

 

For tickets and information visit www.palmbeachshow.com


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