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Grace to you and peace! On behalf of the people of the Cathedral Parish of St. Philip, I welcome you to the 2021 Cathedral Antiques Show!
As we began the process of choosing our beneficiary and lining up special guests, little did we know we were on the precipice of a global pandemic. Undaunted by, yet mindful of these challenges, we safely forged ahead. With the hardships caused by COVID-19, the residents, students and others who rely on the services of City of Refuge, need our help now more than ever. The 2008 antiques show funded a fully functioning commercial kitchen on the campus of City of Refuge. In 2020, 12 years and over two million meals later, the facility needs a vital facelift. Our beloved Honorary Chairs Boog and Sam Candler, and our infamous Honorary Architectural Chair Norman Askins agreed that the show must safely go on!
I usually remind guests that the Cathedral is a beautiful and sacred space, but that we are especially a vibrant church community. I remind us that the Cathedral of St. Philip was established in 1847 as the first Episcopal Church in Atlanta, and that we moved to our present location here in Buckhead in 1932, where we have grown tremendously since then. Well, that strong spiritual community and growth have been even more evident in the midst of this pandemic, serving socially distanced for the common good.
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I am thrilled that the proceeds this year are designated for City of Refuge, a leader in the business of social transformation and who continuously works to empower and equip individuals with the tools to succeed. The proceeds will go toward renovating the 180 Degree Kitchen, a fully operational culinary environment where meals are prepped and served three times a day, 365 days a year. It also acts as a training center for students in their Culinary Arts vocational training program. Finally, I thank each of you for participating in the Cathedral Antiques Show this year. I hope you can visit the Cathedral soon. I hope you can return over and over again for other occasions of service and prayer. We are truly a house of prayer for all people. Your presence, and your prayer, help us fulfill that mission of openness and hospitality! May God bless you always,
On Sunday, January 17th, we start things off with an exciting silent auction, which will be completely virtual and full of one-of-akind experiences and items. Our dealers will set up shop virtually and open on Thursday, and our preview party will be Thursday evening livestreamed from the Cathedral. Flower Friday will be a full day of events, culminating with a virtual cocktail party highlighting the best in design with lifestyle experts. Saturday will bring our Tour of Homes, virtually, with the talent of three architects and interior designers as our tour guides. I’d like to thank everyone on our committee in banding together; we pivoted our show against all odds! I’m so thankful for my very understanding family who helped on so many levels. I also want to acknowledge the keystone partnership with David and John Duke at LivingStories.tv, whose creative genius through film have made all this possible. I’d like to thank my co-chair Caroline Wallace, Nancy Rizor and Dan Murphy—who held my hand the whole time and dedicated innumerable hours—and my outstanding committee, who gave their valuable time and talent to make this year’s show possible. We would also like to thank our Dean, our Clergy and Cathedral staff for their efforts. We would not be able to bring you this year’s beautiful, reimagined event if not for the support of our sponsors and patrons, volunteers and you.
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It’s quite an unusual one. Like everyone, we have been incredibly challenged by this year’s coronavirus pandemic. I want to profusely thank Anne Matthews and Caroline Wallace for meeting this pandemic challenge with amazing grace, excellence and hospitality! Thank you Anne and Caroline, dear and faithful members of the Cathedral of St. Philip! This year’s Antiques Show, in our 50th anniversary year, will be unlike any other!
So sit back, grab your favorite beverage and join us as we bring you the 2021 Cathedral Antiques Show! The Very Reverend Samuel G. Candler Dean of the Cathedral of St. Philip
With gratitude, Anne Matthews, 2021 Show Chairman
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ing played with groups in each of their three Southeastern parish church homes. She especially enjoys connecting with our Cathedral youngsters through her music.
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BOOG & SAM CANDLER “Grace and peace to you and welcome to the Cathedral.” This is the heartfelt salutation that the Very Reverend Samuel Candler, Dean, and his wife, Boog, have faithfully delivered over their 22 years at St. Philip’s Cathedral. Their greeting is translated through lives of service, endowed and sustained by grace and hospitality. Their dedication, leadership and generosity have been a blessing to the Antiques Show and its beneficiaries over these many years. Boog has even been deep in the trenches, most notably as our Show co-chair in 2012. What a joy it is to honor Sam and Boog for their abundant support on this, our milestone 50th anniversary. The Candlers are to the Cathedral and Atlanta community a powerhouse of talent and energy. They share a love for music, education and nature that finds expression in many ways. On the musical score, Sam is a talented pianist who, prior to his priestly calling, intended to become a jazz musician. He brings a lively dimension to parish fundraisers or social events when asked to “tickle the ivories” and sing. Boog’s musical gifts are with the flute and dulcimer, hav-
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In their missions relative to education and service, Sam and Boog have achieved impressive levels of skill and scholarship. Sam’s passion for preaching and teaching has been shared with five Episcopal parishes prior to coming to the Cathedral in 1998. He has taught Anglican theology at Emory University, has been trustee for several schools including the Berkeley Divinity School at Yale, and has lectured and preached in England, Costa Rica, Canada and throughout the United States. He has been a deputy to the General Convention of the Episcopal Church for nine terms, serving especially on the Liturgy and Music Committees. Boog’s career foundation is a B.A. in Secondary Education and certification for Interpreting for the Deaf and Hearing Impaired. She has worked with the deaf and hearing impaired in Connecticut and South Carolina and taught preschool (often including music instruction) at Woodward North, Brennan Elementary and the Cathedral Preschool. She has served the Cathedral in Holy Eucharist Instruction and as a board member of several organizations including the Cathedral Bookstore, the Atlanta Opera, Open Hand Atlanta and the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta Commission on Ministry. Concerning mutual love of nature, Sam and Boog share the experience of being raised on their respective family farms—his in Georgia and hers in Maryland. Sam currently serves on the Board of the Cumberland Island Conservancy and Boog on the Board of the Jekyll Island Foundation. Creative reverence for both the environment and the “beauty of the past” once led Boog to form a business of making and selling women’s and children’s clothing by upcycling vintage fabrics. Currently, she is active in the Habersham Garden Club and has served as its president for two years. She enjoys participating in local flower shows, including the Cathedral Flower Festival. As for Sam, many a sermons will expound on the joy and wonder of our earthly, as well as spiritual, surroundings. The Candlers are blessed with three adult children, their spouses, and six wonderful grandchildren. It might be said that their “parenting” of the Cathedral family completes their circle. The Episcopal Church Women and the many Cathedral staff members and clergy who benefit from their guidance, especially in the realm of this annual event, salute them with greatest appreciation. Together, we join Sam and Boog in welcoming you!
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A native of Birmingham, Alabama, Mr. Askins holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Georgia Institute of Technology (1966) and a Master of Architectural History from the University of Virginia (1968.) He also attended a summer session at Parsons School of Design, New York City (1962) and the Attingham Park Summer School, England, where he studied the architecture and decorative arts of Great Britain (1967 & 1993). Following graduate school, Mr. Askins served four years as architect and architectural historian at The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation where he received in-depth training in early building technology and the philosophy of restoration. While at Williamsburg, Mr. Askins was fortunate to be assigned to a yearlong special project to redesign much of the interior of the Executive Office Wing of the White House (Cabinet Room, Vice President’s Office, etc.). Following two years in Atlanta with Heery and Heery Architects, Mr. Askins accepted a position in 1974 with John Milner Associates in West Chester, Pennsylvania, the nation’s largest and foremost preservation/restoration firm. As Director of Restoration, he oversaw a wide variety of preservation projects in the Eastern and Southern regions of the country. In the fall of 1977, Mr. Askins established his own practice in Atlanta, specializing in historic preservation, restoration and residential design. The firm’s scope of services ranges from period residences to vacation cottages, plantations and innumerable additions to existing homes across the U.S. and recently in Ireland and France. In addition to his professional career, Mr. Askins has served on various arts and preservation organizations: Chairman, Friends of the Decorative Arts, High Museum; Board of Governors, Rhodes Hall; Board, Cherokee Garden Library; Board, Southern Architecture Foundation. FIRM PROFILE Norman D. Askins, P.C., a residential architectural firm specializing in classical style, is located in the heart of Buckhead (Atlanta). Mr. Askins is a NCARB Registered Architect with over 40 years of experience. The firm’s work may be found throughout the United States and in Ireland. “Askins uses his client’s family history as a guide, or he may fabricate a new history for a project and then follow the logical sequence of a building’s life as it responds to a century or more of change. For example, the family’s size increases and a new wing is needed; the original mass of the house may have been built in the18th century when Georgian was the high style; however, the addition is created after the Revolution, so the current design is Federal. Such fictive histories allow Askins and the firm’s other designers to make knowledgeable decisions on details to create a coherent design. Askins work is also known for its fine craftsmanship. Like most traditional designers, he employs a set of craftsmen who understand his preferences and work easily with his as a team to produce exquisite details.” —Elizabeth Meredith Dowling, New Classicism: The Rebirth of Traditional Architecture
2 0 2 1 B E N E F I C I A RY To celebrate its 50th anniversary, the Cathedral Antiques Show has selected Atlanta-based nonprofit City of Refuge as the 2021 event beneficiary, marking the organization’s second time as the recipient of proceeds. In 2008, City of Refuge received its first round of funding from the Show, which was used to build the 180 Degree Kitchen: A fully operational cooking, dining, catering and culinary educational facility that prepares and serves hot, healthy meals three times a day, 365 days a year. Over the last 12 years, City of Refuge has served more than two million meals in the space. Additionally, nearly 500 individuals have graduated from the culinary arts vocational training program to pursue employment opportunities in the food and beverage industry. At the young age of 14, Kisha was abused by a family member and got pregnant. She made the brave choice to keep the baby. That meant she had to create a new life for herself, as she was determined to love and protect her child. Kisha went on to develop a strong career at Grady Hospital, working there for almost 10 years while caring for her daughter and grandchildren. Then, a sudden layoff left her unemployed and eventually homeless. With nowhere else to turn, she learned about City of Refuge. She was able to move into Eden Village. For the first time in her life, Kisha felt loved and seen. She enrolled in our culinary arts vocational training program to pursue her passion for cooking. “The programs, services and staff here at City of Refuge truly saved my life,” she says. Photo provided by City of Refuge
After completing her goals, graduating from the culinary arts program and moving out of Eden Village, Kisha was hired in our 180 Degree Kitchen. She now helps prepare and serve over 350,000 meals each year. Kisha shares, “My favorite thing about working here is that I know what these ladies are fighting for. I get to meet them where they are by serving them a hot, nutritious meal.” Funds raised during this year’s Cathedral Antiques Show will be used to improve the kitchen’s efficiency, allow increased meals to be served and provide the opportunity for more up-and-coming culinary talent to participate in the training program.
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City of Refuge operates on a mission to transform lives by helping individuals and families arrest crisis, restore self-respect and break the cycle of poverty. The culinary arts vocational training program is one of the organization’s most successful and longest-running programs. This year, COVID-19 has impacted people in communities around the globe in a major way, especially individuals in low income neighborhoods. The Cathedral Antiques Show fundraising efforts will support City of Refuge’s mission to bring light, hope and transformation to Atlanta’s Westside, while also serving those hit the hardest by the pandemic.
Commercial Roofing Specialties is very proud to participate as a Premier Sponsor of the 50th Anniversary Cathedral Antiques Show through Ann and Larry Burns. The Show’s distinguished history stands out for its significant outreach to Atlanta philanthropies, not only in funding but also in raising awareness of their missions and goals. We salute 180 Degree Kitchen at City of Refuge, the 2021 beneficiary, as well as the Honorary Chairs, Boog and Sam Candler and the volunteers who have formed the Show in this trying year. CRS Inc. is a pre-eminent supplier of roofing materials to contractors in eight locations in Georgia, Tennessee and Florida. It celebrates the 40th anniversary of its founding in 2021. 7
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS A Gracious Welcome to the 50th Celebration of the Cathedral Antiques Show: REIMAGINED A Virtual Reality We never imagined that we would have to rethink our entire Show, but our reality has become virtual.
2021 VIRTUAL SILENT AUCTION Auction will open Sunday, January 17th and run through Sunday, January 24th. This year we are excited to offer an online auction of carefully selected items and thoughtfully put together experiences provided by our generous donors, including beautiful vacation homes, lifestyle, entertainment and travel packages.
VIRTUAL CATHEDRAL ANTIQUES SHOW Thursday, January 21 – Saturday, January 23 Tickets: $10 for Three-Day Access Dealers from around the country will be presented to you in a virtual format designed exclusively for our Cathedral Antiques Show. We will showcase their unique antiques, fine art, silver, rugs, jewelry and more. Dealers open daily. For tickets and exclusive access please visit cathedralantiques.org
VIRTUAL DESIGNER BREAKFAST ~ VIRTUALLY EXCLUSIVE Sponsored by ADAC & Travis and Company
Thursday, January 21 | 9:30 a.m. Exclusive online invitation for the national design community to join in a discussion with Lisa Fine, Mississippi-born interior designer and founder of Lisa Fine Textiles, about her line of hand-printed linens sold in showrooms worldwide.
VERBAL APPRAISALS AVAILABLE Thursday, January 21 | 1 – 4 p.m. Tickets: $10 per item Available in person and by appointment at The Cathedral of St. Philip, our talented team of appraisers will be happy to evaluate your items. Appointments can be scheduled via our website cathedralantiques.org
VIRTUAL PREVIEW PARTY Thursday, January 21 | 7 p.m. Tickets: $150 per ticket Join us for a virtual, gracious welcome from Cathedral Antiques Show Chair Anne Matthews and Co-Chair Caroline Wallace. We’ll hear from Honorary Show Chairs Sam and Boog Candler, Honorary Architectural/Design Chair Norman D. Askins and Bruce Deel,
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President & CEO of this year’s beneficiary City of Refuge. Learn how City of Refuge plans to utilize proceeds from the Show in a time when needs are greater than ever. We will highlight our generous corporate and patron sponsors, detail this year’s virtually amazing line-up of speakers and take a walk down memory lane with a video highlighting 50 years of stories and photographs from past Show Chairs. Bid on our exciting new auction items especially curated for the Show. CAREFULLY CURATED DINNERS by renowned Soiree will be delivered to Presenting, Premier, Diamond, Platinum, Gold, and Silver sponsors and patrons on Thursday, January 21 from 2 – 5 p.m.
VIRTUAL FLOWER FRIDAY FLORAL DESIGN SPEAKERS Friday, January 22 | 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 12 p.m., 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. Flower Friday Ticket: $50 One-day Friday access at designated times Flower Premier Pass: $150 Unlimited access to all Flower Friday presentations until July 22, 2021 Experience the joy of floral design with renowned floral designers Shane Connolly, Christin Geall and Hitomi Gilliam. Enjoy floral creations from our very talented Flower Guilds and Garden Clubs. 10 a.m. | Virtual demonstration by British floral designer Shane Connolly, followed by a live-streamed question and answer session 11 a.m. | Garden Clubs virtually showcase their beautiful floral arrangements 12 p.m. | Virtual demonstration by floral expert Christin Geall followed by a live-streamed question and answer session 1 p.m. | Church Flower Guilds from around the United States will virtually delight us with their graciously decorated spaces 2 p.m. | Hitomi Gilliam, Japanese Canadian floral designer whose biggest passion is “sharing everything she knows about flowers.” Virtual demonstration followed by a live-streamed question and answer session
VIRTUAL IRON FLORAL COMPETITION: VIRTUALLY EDUCATIONAL AND FUN Friday, January 22 | 3 p.m. Tickets: Included in the ticket price for Flower Friday Enjoy a lively, live-streamed Iron Floral Competition from the Cathedral of St. Philip among experts in the world of floral design. Watch and learn as they compete to craft exquisite floral creations within a limited time frame and see who comes out as the winner!
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VIRTUAL ALL-STAR DESIGNER PANEL The Silver Lining - An Evening of Grace: Celebrating Hospitality and Comfort in the Era of Physical Distance Alex Hitz and Friends: An Intimate Gathering of Friends Lisa Fine, Richard Keith Langham, Frances Schultz Moderated by Margot Shaw
Friday, January 22 | 7 p.m. Tickets: $50 per ticket Join Alex Hitz, “the very best host in the world” according to The Wall Street Journal, as we live-stream the event straight to you. Alex will be on the couch alongside his dearest friends and experts in the world of floral and interior design, lifestyle, textiles and entertaining. Enjoy a cocktail virtually with us as they discuss their craft, shared years of friendship and silver linings in our ever-changing world. Alex’s guests include textile designer Lisa Fine, artist and lifestyle expert Frances Schultz, and master designer Richard Keith Langham–all moderated by Flower Magazine Editor Margot Shaw. Join us for an evening of lively, entertaining, enticing discussion among good friends!
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TOUR OF HOMES ~ VIRTUAL SPLENDOR Saturday, January 23 | 12 – 5 p.m. Tickets: $40 per ticket Take a virtual stroll through three of Buckhead’s finest, most beautifully decorated homes. Ticket holders will enjoy exclusive virtual access to three homes to tour at their leisure, each narrated by the home’s architects and designers: Norman Askins, Casey Kessee, Tim Adams, Caroline Rolader and Nancy Izlar.
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Award-winning chef, author, tastemaker, TV personality and more, Alex Hitz is renowned for his refinement in the art of preparing and serving food. Christened “the very best host in the world” by The Wall Street Journal, Hitz’s reputation as “The Ralph Lauren of food and wine” is backed by a lifetime of entertaining and cooking. He draws on an encyclopedic knowledge of the world’s upscale culinary classics as inspiration, as well as six generations of Southern tradition and hospitality. Hitz’s food philosophy is firmly grounded in his mother’s Atlanta kitchen as well as his childhood family home in France. He trained at Le Cordon Bleu, Paris and Peter Kump’s New York Cooking School, which later became the Institute of Culinary Education. As a cooking student, he apprenticed in the kitchens of Andre Soltner New York, and Michel Guerard in France. Hitz is a contributing editor for House Beautiful and Town & Country, and writes regularly for Departures, C Magazine, Southern Living and Quest. He travels 40 weeks a year cooking, lecturing and entertaining for parties of 5 to 5000. When Hitz is not traveling, he lives between New York City and Los Angeles.
Mississippi-born textile guru Lisa Fine is the founder of Lisa Fine Textiles, which specializes in hand printed linens that are sold in 16 showrooms worldwide. With a southern drawl and a truly adventurous spirit, Fine splits her time between New York and Dallas with frequent trips to Paris and India. Over 20 years ago at a camel festival in Jaisalmer, Fine fell in love with India. The colors, the patterns, the Mughal palaces and gardens were her original inspirations for Lisa Fine Textiles. Since then Fine’s far reaching travels have continued to influence her collection, where exotic and traditional prints in vibrant and romantic colors feel both worldly and timeless. Fine’s work has appeared in Departures, Elle Decor, House & Garden UK, House Beautiful, The New York Times, The Herald Tribune, The World of Interiors and Vogue. Prior to designing textiles, Fine worked as a contributing editor for Elle Decor and ! House Beautiful. She is currently a contributing editor for Town & Country. Her book, Near & Far: Interiors I Love, was published in October 2019 by Vendome.
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Alabama-born, Manhattan-based Richard Keith Langham has been a force in the decorating world for 30 years. He graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York and studied at the Study Center for the Fine and Decorative Arts in London. After apprenticing with Mark Hampton and 10 years with Irvine & Fleming, Langham founded his own firm in 1990. His keen eye and ebullient talent serve well in assembling his signature rooms that speak to the past in a fresh way and are brimming with luscious color, pattern and couture detailing. He has worked with the city’s most legendary ladies—Mrs. William F. Buckley, Jr. and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, who once proclaimed him to have “a sorcerer’s eye.” Langham has been named to Elle Decor’s A List and Architectural Digest’s AD 100, and is in high demand as a speaker on decorating. His book About Decorating: The Remarkable Rooms of Richard Keith Langham, was published by Rizzoli in October 2017 and is in its third printing.
Journalist, speaker, tastemaker, traveler, hostess, Southerner, Sunday painter and outdoors lover, Frances Schultz is a lover of houses and gardens, cooking, entertaining, travel and style. She is author and co-author of several books, including the bestselling The Bee Cottage Story—How I Made a Muddle of Things and Decorated My Way Back to Happiness, and most recently California Cooking & Southern Style. Frances is also the West Coast contributing editor for Flower magazine and was a longtime contributor to House Beautiful and Veranda magazines. Frances has written for The Wall Street Journal, Town & Country, Indagare and others. For six years she was an on-air host of the award-winning cable television show Southern Living Presents, with numerous other TV and video appearances to her credit as well. Born and raised in Tarboro, North Carolina, she graduated from St. Mary’s School and from the University of Virginia. Frances is the proud aunt of four, a step-mother and grandmother. She serves on the boards of the Horticultural Society of New York and the Empowers Africa foundation.
VERNON ABRAMS Verbal Appraisals available by appointment on Thursday, January 21 | 1 – 4 p.m. Vernon Abrams has more than 45 years of experience in the world of antiques and fine art. As an importer, he traveled to England and France to buy antiques and fine art for his retail and wholesale businesses. His career as an appraiser started in 1971, when an insurance company requested his opinion on the value of some items that were damaged in a fair. He has been a member of the American Society of Appraisers, the International Society of Appraisers, and is the current president of the Appraisers Association of Georgia. He has been involved with the Cathedral Antiques Show since 1971 as an exhibitor, an appraiser and as Chair of the Standards committee.
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FLOWER FESTIVAL Laura Iarocci Carrie Grayson Carole Wooten
HONORARY CHAIRS Boog and Sam Candler
PATRON COMMITTEE Perrin Kibler Ruth Lanier Duvall and Rex Fuqua Beth and Tommy Holder Lorri and Forrest McClain Nancy Rizor ADVISORS Emily Bazzel PHOTOGRAPHY Dondi Dubose Emily Followill, Tour of Homes Charles Jacobs Alicia Fortino, Events Brant McCaskill Dan Murphy PREVIEW PARTY Sandra Ortega Jeannie Hayden Ivory Richardson Helen Herbert David Rocchio Trammell Williams PUBLICITY Pam Walz BENEFICIARY SELECTION Cindra Brown SILENT AUCTION Mary Perrin COMMITTEE Julie Rief BENEFICIARY Meredith Bateman CITY OF REFUGE, Kate Hearne 180 DEGREE KITCHEN Jenny McClure Bruce Deel Rena Ann Peck Elizabeth Hornbuckle Justine Story Edward Phillips Caroline Wallace Caroline Vaneaton Leah Wilkerson Elspeth Wilcoxon CLERGY The Very Reverend Sam Candler SIGNAGE The Reverend Lauren Holder Jenny McClure The Reverend George Maxwell HONORARY ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CHAIR Norman D. Askins
CORPORATE SPONSORS Nancy and Randy Rizor Cindra Brown Boog Candler Mary Mercer Elspeth and Clay Willcoxon DEALERS Elspeth Wilcoxon DESIGNER BREAKFAST Lombard Puri
TICKETING/GIVESMART Julie Rief Yancey McCollum Leah Wilkerson TOUR OF HOMES Elspeth Willcoxon Amy Hooper Marion Williams TREASURER Jill Brennan VIDEO PRODUCTION Dan Murphy David Duke, John Duke: Living Stories.TV Jens Brewer: EventLab Benton Matthews Brant McCaskill VOLUNTEERS Leah Wilkerson Justine Story YOUNG COLLECTORS CHAIR Michael Gillespie YOUNG COLLECTORS LIAISON Jenny McClure
SOCIAL MEDIA & WEBSITE Share Social Concepts Frances Chase Austin Northenor STAGING Marion Williams STANDARDS Ver non Abrams
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A hidden gem set high on a double lot, this historical home was originally designed by Philip Shutze in 1929 and was updated by Norman Askins in 2018 to meet the needs of a modern lifestyle while maintaining its historical accuracy. Askins redesigned the crown moldings, widened the doorways and added a striking circular medallion to the dining room ceiling. The brilliantly designed floating staircase and two original federal fireplaces were restored to their initial splendor. The landscape was artfully designed by Carson McElheney, who created a three-tier boxwood garden and recreated the front landscape to reflect the home’s symmetry. Casey Keesee showcases the ambiance of the home well in his careful selection of bold prints in blues and greens, along with antiques to counterpoint the owners’ modern art and photography collection.
This outstanding 1917 federal style home, nicknamed Arden, was designed by Neel Reid for James L. Dickey, Jr. who sold off much of his 400-acre estate to create what is now known as Buckhead. At 10,000 square feet, it’s Reid’s largest home design and considered by many his finest architectural work. The current owners, along with architect Tim Adams, restored the home to its original grandeur. Modern furniture and artwork are intertwined with magnificent antiques and traditional sofas. Adams redesigned the open-air sunporch into a four-season sunroom with semicircular window panels, and a three-car garage, office and kitchen renovation were also undertaken in a modern yet historically accurate fashion. Armed with a beautiful shell over 100 years old, the homeowners and artisans masterfully restored the home to its original splendor.
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Tour of Homes Photographed by Emily Followill
M I D C E N T U RY R A N C H : R E I M AG I N E D Nancy Izlar of Nancy Izlar Interiors and Caroline Rolader of Reu Architects put their heads together to reimagine this 1950s mid-century ranch for two empty nesters. Rolader’s keen eye for space and the Izlar’s eye for color transformed a home with closed off rooms and low doorways into the 21st century. Adding large windows, heightening doorways and replacing walls with passageways accomplished the owner’s goals. Rolader was asked to put an outside living room on the back of the house with a wood-burning fireplace, heaters and plenty of room for family and friends. That room has turned out to be the favorite room in the house. Updating the interiors with a calming color palette and incorporating inherited collections throughout the public spaces made the owners dream of an updated, comfortably sophisticated home a reality.
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T H E C AT H E D R A L A N T I QU E S S H OW:
Heavenly Father, we ask Thy blessing on The Cathedral Antiques Show. Help each of us to love and serve Thee with all our hearts and souls. May Thy will be done through us. Amen. -St. Rhoda’s Guild prayer (courtesy of Jan Bomar)
1967 The Rev. C. Judson Child is called to be Canon Pastor of the Cathedral of St. Philip.
1969 Janice Perry, then Treasurer of St. Rhoda’s Chapter (now called a “guild”) and mother of our very own Jan Bomar, must meet the Cathedral Building Fund’s pledge of $1,000. Thus begins the modest origin story of the St. Philip Cathedral Antiques Show, now in its glorious 50th year! The Inaugural Show raised a commendable $900, just short of their goal.
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The Cathedral’s Dean David Collins ups the ante, challenging St Rhoda’s with a whopping $1,500 fundraising goal. All 10 exhibitors pay $25 in exchange for a booth; tickets for the general public cost $1.50. St Rhoda’s Annual Antiques Show greatly surpasses Dean Collins’ fundraising goal, raising a total of $2,500 for the Cathedral!
As advances in technology and communications lends more exposure to this tastefully appointed event, crosscountry exhibitors and corporate sponsors flock to support the St. Philip Cathedral Antiques Show and its worthy beneficiaries. Not least of these is Antiques magazine naming the Show “One of the 10 Most Beautiful Events in the Nation.” As a result of these combined efforts and the leadership of indispensable chairmen, the Cathedral Antiques Show’s gross income rises to $100,000 annually.
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Now Chairman of the Cathedral Antiques Show, Mrs. Ann Burns leads the event as it comes into its own as a landmark event in the world of antiques. One standout anecdote characterizes the 1994 Show: A popular dealer loved toting his patronfriendly Cavalier King Charles Spaniels along with him to the Cathedral every year. Many Show patrons, particularly the youngest, were delighted. Some, however, were not such big fans of the two dogs; understandably yet unfortunately, a few vendors—those selling rugs in particular— made sure no animals would be admitted next year.
Debbie Gray, remembering the mishaps of last year’s Show, is over the moon to have a “closet-type” space in the Cathedral to which she can dedicate her Chairman duties. This is a star-studded event, with 500+ attendees at both featured lectures. This year’s beneficiary was The Study Hall at Emmaus House. One late board member of the Study Hall says to Debbie as they share a handshake, “I’ll never doubt what a group of church women can accomplish after seeing how [this Show] came together.” Never, ever underestimate the power of a good-hearted team with a well-deserving purpose!
Jan Bomar, a second-generation Show Chairman (see 1969), spearheads the show this year. The Rt. Rev. C Judson Child, current Bishop of the Diocese of Atlanta and namesake to our gathering space Child Hall, is Honorary Chair. He attends the entirety of the Show, wearing his purple Bishop’s cassock and greeting patrons with tireless enthusiasm. The Rt. Rev. Child boosts the Show’s fundraising outcomes just by being present and radiating his natural, genuine energy. With his help, the Show raises an impressive $242,000 for The Good Samaritan Health Center, which serves the dental and health care needs of low-income patients in the Atlanta Community. Dr Bill Warren’s health center still operates today serving all ages and walks of life.
The Cathedral Antiques Show: A Golden Retrospective, continued
With Cindra Brown as Chair, the 2005 Cathedral Antique Show is bound to be a windfall event, despite the Cathedral itself undergoing major renovations and expansion efforts. The Show goes on to benefit Georgia Justice Project, a worthy cause that is still fighting the good fight today.
Carrie Grayson agrees to chair this year’s show based on her love of antiques, which Carrie’s mother shared before passing away at a young age. Carrie’s choice for her Honorary Chairs is quite fitting: the unstoppable mother-daughter duo of Sara Chapman and Edyth Shadburn. City of Refuge is chosen as the beneficiary, with all proceeds funding their new 180 Degree Kitchen. The Kitchen, housed on the City of Refuge campus, not only serves meals to the residents, but it offers a three-month job placement training program in the culinary arts. It is ultimately a keystone partnership, as the City’s clients were training to be caterers and wait staff; they actually run this year’s Show in every possible capacity—whether setting up, serving up, or simply making conversation.
This year marks a second term for Nancy Rizor who, along with Boog Candler, is a team that can’t be beat! Jane and Hicks Lanier are the Honorary Chairs, drawing much-needed awareness to the vital work of All About Developmental Disabilities (AADD) as the Show Beneficiary. Nancy and Boog introduced “First Place Passion,” the brainchild of this accomplished team of women. They’d heard that the younger participants loved the CAS Tour of Homes but felt the possibility of owning such a home way out of reach. Nancy and Boog, along with their dedicated team of volunteers, created “Drinks & Antiques—A Night for the Young and Savvy” specifically catering to a younger crowd. Herein lies the true genius of strong, creative women with a noble cause and an enthusiastic team behind them!
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