ANTIQUES & GARDEN SHOW O F NA S H V I L L E
LANDSCAPE of DESIGN 2016
FROM OUR SHOW CHAIRMEN
Amy Liz Riddick
Welcome to the 2016 Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville. We are excited to share the fabulous offerings of this 26th annual Show. Thanks to the dedication of previous Chairmen and the commitment of countless volunteers, we are proud to celebrate the “Landscape of Design.” Last year, when we began to discuss honorees for our Show, Bunny Williams, with all of her past support of the Show and international appeal, was kind enough to accept an invitation to be Honorary Chairman this year. In keeping with our theme, Gwyneth Paltrow, Shane Connolly, Louis Benech and an impressive list of A-list designers: Windsor Smith, Brian McCarthy, Suzanne Rheinstein, Mark D. Sikes, Brian Murphy, David Kleinberg and moderator Stacey Bewkes, graciously agreed to speak at the Show and support our efforts to raise funds for Cheekwood and ECON charities. This year’s line-up truly reflects the “landscape of design,” with a nod to the past, present and future. The Show also features four spectacular gardens designed by some of the Southeast’s most esteemed landscape designers. “Southern Root,” designed by Cheekwood; “Repos,” designed by Gavin Duke; “Garden of Mirrors,” designed by Phillipe Chadwick; and “High Cotton,” designed by Todd Breyer and Josiah Lockard, all present exciting and unique takes on “entertaining in the garden.” We also want to express our gratitude for the continued support from Andrew Byrd of TVV Capital, who has been our Presenting Sponsor for 26 years. We are thankful for the support of our corporate and media sponsors, golden benefactors, benefactors, patrons, A & G Board members, committee members, dealers, gardeners and the Nashville Community as a whole, as well. The Show is truly put on by the community, for the community, and we feel so honored to be a part this year. Thank you for coming and enjoy the Show!
Elizabeth Coble and Amy Liz Riddick 2016 Show Chairmen
FROM THE BOARD CHAIRMAN FROM THE BOARD CHAIRMAN
WELCOME TO THE ANTIQUES & GARDEN SHOW OF NASHVILLE On behalf of the Board of Directors, welcome to 2016 Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville. Our 2016 show chairmen, Elizabeth Coble and Amy Liz Riddick, have done a tremendous job working with over 400 volunteers to put together a truly spectacular and unique show for you. This year we welcome international celebrity and lifestyle guru, Gwyneth Paltrow, as our featured speaker. We are also delighted to welcome back Bunny Williams as our honorary chair. We hope that you will make time on Saturday to hear world-renowned experts in their fields, Shane Connelly and Louis Benech.
February 12-14, 2016 Music City Center â€˘ Nashville, Tennessee CONTENTS Show Sponsor, TVV Capital
Schedule and Special Events
Keynote Program: Gwyneth Paltrow & Windsor Smith
Bunny Williams & Brian McCarthy with David Kleinberg
Saturday Design Panel
Preview Party/Bourbon Party
Upcoming at Cheekwood
As you walk the Show floor and enjoy the tremendous lecture line-up assembled this year, you will be enjoying the fruits of 26 years of hard work, friendship and service. There is a truly astonishing network of volunteers that not only produces the show you currently enjoy but are committed to contributing to the legacy of what has become the largest show of its kind in the nation.
National Advisory Committee
The size and quality of this show is only possible through your support and that of our generous show sponsor, TVV Capital, along with our corporate sponsors and show benefactors. Through their and your continued support we have raised over $6 million for two outstanding local charities, Cheekwood Botanical Gardens & Museum and ECON Charities. We thank you for your support and hope that you enjoy the show!
Advisory Committee / Board of Directors
A Special Thank You
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Elizabeth Foss Chairman, The Antiques & Garden Show Board of Directors
CATALOG PRODUCTION DESIGN
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2016 ANTIQUES & GARDEN SHOW OF NASHVILLE P.O. Box 50950 Nashville, TN 37205 (615) 352-1282 office (615) 352-6549 fax
ANDREW W. BYRD For more than 25 years, thousands of Middle Tennesseans and visitors have been “o-o-o-oing”-and-“a-a-a-a-h-ing” at the treasures and landscapes of the Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville. As the event has entered its third decade, one man who has been there since the beginning will again be there, a quiet but giant force behind the show. He may not always be in the spotlight, but his support to ensure its success always is present. Andrew Byrd knows much better than most the benefits a community gains from continuity in financial and volunteer support of fundraising events. He was chairman of the 1988 Nashville Lawn & Garden Show, one of the forerunners of the current event. The other preceding event was the Antiques Show at Nashville’s Cheekwood. The two events merged in 1989 and moved downtown to the then-new Nashville Convention Center. “The two, formerly separate shows merging into its current format was unique at that point in time,” Mr. Byrd says. “The result is a fantastic symbiotic relationship because the gardens provide such a great setting for the antiques. It is one of the most beautiful and successful shows of its type in the country. The success of our show is attributable in part to the visionary leadership the Antiques & Garden Show received in its startup phase.” But Mr. Byrd’s roots run much deeper than his initial involvement with the Lawn & Garden Show more than two decades ago. He is a past president of the Exchange Club of Nashville, a past chairman of the Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt, a past president of the Boy Scouts of Middle Tennessee, and a founding member of the Economic Club of Nashville. The Economic Club charities and Cheekwood are beneficiaries of the proceeds from the event. In addition to his ties with the Antiques & Garden Show, Mr. Byrd, his father, and his wife have all held volunteer leadership positions at Cheekwood, a 55-acre botanical garden and art museum located on the historic Cheek estate in Nashville. Byrd said, “we believe in the show and its mission and what it contributes to our community. It is wonderful to live in a community where people possess that deep sense of service that binds us together. Nashville is a great city and it is important for Nashvillians to support institutions that help create a quality place to live. That is what this show really does — it helps make Nashville a beautiful place to live, year after year. It is our responsibility to maintain shows and programs like this in our community.” He added, “thank you to the Friends of Cheekwood and all the people who have worked so hard over the years. They have put so much time and effort into this event, and it continues to pay dividends for our community.”
“ It is important for Nashvillians to support institutions that help create a quality place to live. That is what this show really does — it helps make Nashville a beautiful place to live, year after year. ” – Andrew W. Byrd, Founder and President of TVV Capital, Show Sponsor
Please join us for these
SHOW SCHEDULE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11 6:30 – 9:00 p.m. Preview Party S H OW F LO O R Book signing of The Romance CENTER GARDEN of Flowers with Clinton Smith, Editor in Chief of VERANDA (for ticketed guests)
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. Show Hours 11:00 a.m. Keynote Program: Gwyneth Paltrow, Founder and Chief Creative Officer of Goop, with Windsor Smith Book signing after the lecture 2:00 p.m. Lecture: Bunny Williams and Brian McCarthy with Special Guest David Kleinberg Book signing after the lecture 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. Book signing of The Southerner’s Cookbook with David DiBenedetto, Editor in Chief of Garden & Gun* 6:30 – 9:00 p.m. The Bourbon Party *David DiBenedetto book signing continues from 7:00-7:30 p.m. during The Bourbon Party for ticketed guests
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S H OW F LO O R CENTER GARDEN
S H OW F LO O R CENTER GARDEN
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. Show Hours 10:30 a.m. Lecture & Demonstration: D AV I D S O N Shane Connolly, B A L L RO O M Royal florist from London Book signing after the lecture 1:00 p.m. Lecture: Louis Benech, Renowned landscape designer from Paris Book signing after the lecture 2:30 p.m. Saturday Design Panel: Suzanne Rheinstein, Mark D. Sikes, Windsor Smith and Brian Murphy with moderator Stacey Bewkes Book signing after the lecture
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4:00 – 7:00 p.m. Music in the Gardens
S H OW F LO O R C E N T E R G A R D E N
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Show Hours
Friday, February 12 • 11:00 a.m. BOOK SIGNING AFTER THE KEYNOTE PROGRAM
GWYNETH PALTROW Oscar®-winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow, whose 1998 turn in SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE garnered her Best Actress honors at the Golden Globes®, Screen Actors Guild Awards®, and Academy Awards®, is also a decorated author and singer. In 2011, she won an Emmy® for Guest Actress in a Comedy series for playing substitute teacher Holly Holiday on Glee, and her song, "Coming Home," from the soundtrack for COUNTRY SONG, was nominated for an Oscar® (the album went gold). In addition, Paltrow has authored two New York Times Best Selling cookbooks, My Father's Daughter (2011) and It's All Good (2013)—the latter hit #1. She also co-wrote Spain, A Culinary Road Trip with acclaimed chef Mario Batali after their PBS documentary, "Spain...on the Road Again," which was about Spanish food and culture, aired. In 2008, Paltrow launched goop, a brand devoted to making every choice count, where food, shopping, and mindfulness collide: In particular, goop has gained acclaim for its focus on health, wellness, and clean eating, as well as its city guides, an insider’s perspective on the very best places to eat, shop, and stay in the world’s most compelling destinations. Other notable film credits include PROOF (for which she received a Golden Globe® nomination), Wes Anderson's THE ROYAL TENENBAUMS, Anthony Mighella's THE TALENTED MR. RIPLEY, David Fincher's SEVEN, the Farrelly brothers’ SHALLOW HAL, Alfonso Cuarón's GREAT EXPECTATIONS, Douglas McGrath's EMMA, and SLIDING DOORS. Recently, Paltrow has appeared in Marvel's IRON MAN franchise. Gwyneth’s next cookbook, It’s All Easy will be released in April 2016.
WINDSOR SMITH Windsor Smith, founder of Windsor Smith Home, Inc. is an innovative force in the design industry whose elegant interiors rethink the larger meaning and structure of our homes for modern day living. Author of Homefront: Design for Modern Living (Rizzoli, 2015), her beautifully layered spaces sought after by leaders in the entertainment and business worlds reflect her client’s unique personalities and demanding lifestyles. A true lover and collector of antiques, she’s known for integrating pieces of provenance into surprising modern vignettes that strike a delicate balance between celebrating time-honored traditions and daring the style wildcards that make us stand up and notice. A questioner of conventions inside the home and in the design profession at large, Smith has an array of licenses with leading home furnishings companies. She also pioneered the inventive online luxury decorative service, Windsor Smith Room in a Box.
PURCHASE GWYNETH PALTROW ’S AND WINDSOR SMITH’S BOOKS AND HAVE THEM SIGNED AFTER THE PROGRAM. Books are available for purchase in the Show Floor lobby and outside Davidson Ballroom before and after the lecture. Gwyneth Paltrow will sign her cookbooks; Windsor Smith will sign her book, Homefront: Design for Modern Living. A portion of book sales proceeds go to Show beneficiaries!
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Friday, February 12 • 2:00 p.m. BOOK SIGNING AFTER THE LECTURE
BUNNY WILLIAMS, Honorary Chair and BRIAN MCCARTHY with special guest DAVID KLEINBERG Bunny Williams
Bunny Williams, Honorary Chair of the Antiques & Garden Show 2016, is a designer with a modern vision, a sense of history, and the confidence to take the unexpected path. Both a trailblazer and a tastemaker, Williams’ style is classic, but never predictable. Bunny Williams Inc., the interior design arm of her companies, was formed in 1988. Her ever-growing home furnishings collection, Bunny Williams Home, was founded in 2008 and launched a flagship showroom in the summer of 2015 in NYC. For 25 years, with her husband, antiques dealer John Rosselli, Williams ran and owned Treillage Ltd., a unique decorative home and garden shop that became an institution in New York. Her most recent book, On Garden Style, published by Abrams in April 2015, offers Williams’ inspiring tips on garden design. Since 2011, Bunny Williams has announced several licensing partnerships including a line of paper goods for Caspari, several mirror collections for Mirror Image Home, indoors rugs for Doris Leslie Blau, outdoor furniture for Century Furniture, outdoor rugs for Dash & Albert, decorative pillows and throws for Pine Cone Hill, tabletop, decorative accessories and holiday for Ballard Designs and mantels and fireplace tools for Chesney’s. And most recently, Williams launched her first fabric collection with Lee Jofa.
A former partner of the legendary design firm Parish-Hadley, award-winning designer Brian J. McCarthy graduated from New York City’s Pratt Institute and has worked on projects around the world. In 2005, McCarthy designed the private quarters and refurbished the State Rooms in Winfield House, the official residence of the Ambassador to the Court of St. James. Additionally, McCarthy has designed an array of stunning private residences, many for clients so high profile they wish to remain anonymous. McCarthy is a member of Architectural Digest’s AD100, Elle Decor’s A-List and his work has been featured in many publications, including Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, Elle Decor, New York Magazine (100 Best), The New York Times, and Veranda, as well as in several books, including his own books, Luminous Interiors which was released in 2013 and Parish Hadley Tree of Life which he co-authored with Bunny Williams and was released in October of 2015.
David Kleinberg is one of the most respected names in interior design. Over a thirty-year career, with projects reaching around the world, Kleinberg has created a body of work that is wide-ranging in style yet always modern in sensibility. After graduating from Trinity College in 1976, Kleinberg explored the New York design world while working first at Denning & Fourcade and then at Mara Palmer. His talents were further honed during a sixteen-year tenure at the venerable Parish-Hadley Associates where he became Mrs. Parish’s right hand and was further mentored by Albert Hadley. Kleinberg left the firm in 1997 to start David Kleinberg Design Associates. In 2011, Kleinberg published Traditional Now: Interiors by David Kleinberg (Monacelli Press), a compendium of more than twenty residential interiors. In the same year he received the honor of being inducted into Interior Design magazine’s “Hall of Fame”. Kleinberg has been named to Architectural Digest magazine’s “The New AD 100”. He is part of Elle Décor magazine’s “A List,” which profiles 25 top designers. For more information, please explore www.dkda.com.
PURCHASE BUNNY WILLIAMS’ AND BRIAN MCCARTHY ’S BOOKS AND HAVE THEM SIGNED FOLLOWING THE LECTURE. Books are available for purchase in the Show Floor lobby and outside Davidson Ballroom before and after the lecture. All of Bunny Williams’ books will be available for sale and signing. A portion of book sales proceeds go to Show beneficiaries!
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Saturday, February 13 • 10:30 a.m. BOOK SIGNING AFTER THE LECTURE & DEMONSTRATION
SHANE CONNOLLY Born in Northern Ireland, Shane Connolly has had a lifelong interest in horticulture. After meeting the great British floral designer Michael Goulding OBE, his passion turned specifically to flowers. Under Michael’s direction Shane trained at the famous London Academy of Pulbrook & Gould and started his own business in 1989. He has an organic approach to his work, where flowers are used primarily for their own intrinsic qualities. Shane has developed a natural style, heralded for its elegance and originality. Shane’s international work has taken him as far as the United States, South Africa and India, while back in the U.K., he has decorated some the country’s most prestigious venues for an eclectic range of private and corporate clients. Alongside illustrious companies and individuals, Shane also counts London’s Victoria & Albert Museum and the Royal Academy of Arts as two of his most valued clients, and he thoroughly enjoys the challenge of designing events around the ever changing and varied exhibitions in both venues. In 2005, he was honoured and delighted to be asked by HRH the Duchess of Cornwall to design her bouquet and all other flowers for her marriage to HRH Prince of Wales and the service of dedication in Windsor. The City of London requested that Shane arrange the flowers for a luncheon celebrating HM the Queen’s 80th birthday, and in 2007 he designed the flowers for the service of remembrance for Diana, Princess of Wales. In recognition of such events, Shane was awarded a Royal Warrant of Appointment to HRH the Prince of Wales, and went on to be appointed Artistic Director for the wedding of TRH’s the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in 2011. Shane’s client list has been described by Harpers & Queen magazine as “enviable” and his discretion is legendary.
Saturday, February 13 • 1:00 p.m. BOOK SIGNING AFTER THE LECTURE
LOUIS BENECH Louis Benech, who has designed over 300 extraordinary gardens throughout his career, came to gardening and landscape architecture via a real love of plants. Louis was born in Neuilly-sur-Seine and as a child enjoyed running through his grandmother’s garden in Provence. After graduating with a degree in law, Benech decided to work in England as an agricultural worker for Hillier nurseries. He was then employed as a gardener for a private property in Normandy, before finally breaking into garden design in 1985. Benech’s fame rests on his talent for mixing French formalism with a more naturalistic English approach to planting. In 1990, Benech was commissioned with Pascal Cribier and François Roubaud to restore the ancient part of the Tuileries Gardens. Since then, he has worked on many established and historic gardens such as the Elysée Gardens and the Quai d’Orsay (both in Paris), Courson (south-east of Paris), Pavlovsk’s Rose Pavilion (St Petersburg), the Gardens of the Achilleion (Corfu), the main square of the National Archives in Paris, and many other international private commissions. He recently completed a renovation of the Water Theatre Grove at Palace of Versailles, the first new garden on the property since the 18th century.
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PURCHASE SHANE CONNOLLY ’S AND LOUIS BENECH’S BOOKS AND HAVE THEM SIGNED FOLLOWING THE LECTURES. Books are available for purchase in the Show Floor lobby and outside Davidson Ballroom before and after the lectures. A portion of book sales proceeds go to Show beneficiaries!
Saturday, February 13 • 2:30 p.m. BOOK SIGNING AFTER THE LECTURE
SATURDAY DESIGN PANEL Windsor Smith
Windsor Smith, founder of Windsor Smith Home, Inc. is an innovative force in the design industry whose elegant interiors rethink the larger meaning and structure of our homes for modern day living. Author of Homefront: Design for Modern Living (Rizzoli, 2015), her beautifully layered spaces sought after by leaders in the entertainment and business worlds reflect her client’s unique personalities and demanding lifestyles. A true lover and collector of antiques, she’s known for integrating pieces of provenance into surprising modern vignettes that strike a delicate balance between celebrating time-honored traditions and daring the style wildcards that make us stand up and notice. A questioner of conventions inside the home and in the design profession at large, Smith has an array of licenses with leading home furnishings companies. She also pioneered the inventive online luxury decorative service, Windsor Smith Room in a Box.
Mark D. Sikes
During his tenure working in visual merchandising and marketing, Mark D. Sikes developed a talent for creating spaces that perfectly balance beauty and function. Building on two decades of success, Mark decided to start his own company and use his talent for creating exceptional environments into a career in interior design. Mark’s ability to seamlessly blend All-American, classic and timeless interiors with both modern and European sensibilities has earned him immediate attention in the design community. The effortlessly chic Hollywood Hills home Mark shares with his partner, Michael Griffin, was first beautifully editorialized on the cover of the December/January 2012 issue of House Beautiful, and most recently on the cover of the July/August 2014 issue of VERANDA. Mark is also the founder and editor of the well-known lifestyle blog Mark D. Sikes: Chic People, Glamorous Places and Stylish Things. Mark is currently working on his first book, several product collaborations, and multiple interior design projects throughout the U.S., including homes in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Montecito, Nashville, and New York.
Suzanne Rheinstein is an internationally recognized interior designer and the owner of Hollyhock, the renowned home furnishings and accessories shop, known for its unique antiques and decorative pieces. Her signature style is often described as elegant civility—“fewer things but better things”—encompassing a mixture of beautiful objects, furniture styles, personal art, painted surfaces and great attention to comfort, textures, details and light. Born and raised in New Orleans, Suzanne has a deep appreciation for the traditions of that city. Her Southern sense of style and hospitality, the visual sophistication she acquired living on the East Coast, and her appreciation for the relaxed lifestyle of southern California have made her a sought-after talent. Her best-selling first book, At Home: A Style for Today with Things from the Past (Rizzoli, 2010), shared six homes that showcase her trademark elegant, livable style, including her own homes in Los Angeles and New York City. In her latest book, Rooms for Living (Rizzoli, 2015), Suzanne shares her design philosophies in chapters focusing on Entrance Halls, Living Rooms, Dining Rooms, Retreats, Powder Rooms, Bedrooms and Outdoor Rooms. No detail, however small, is overlooked. The book offers a master class in how she achieves harmonious living spaces through thoughtful use of texture, color and proportion. Suzanne has designed the Suzanne Rheinstein*Hollyhock fabric collection and rug collection for Lee Jofa. Antique textiles from her personal collection provide the perfect foundation for her fresh and understated interpretations of centuriesold designs. Suzanne and her work have been featured in numerous regional and national lifestyle publications and blogs. Architectural Digest’s AD100 and Elle Décor’s A-List include her on their rosters.
Brian Murphy began his decorating career in 1987 at Parish-Hadley Associates, where he worked until starting his own firm in 2000. His clients include Vice-President and Mrs. Albert Gore, Candice Bergen, Mike Nichols, Diane Sawyer, and Ambassador and Mrs. Henry Grunwald. Brian Murphy is currently working on projects in Miami, San Francisco, New York, Nashville, Lake Tahoe, and Martha’s Vineyard.
After 17 years as an art director at Simon & Schuster, Stacey Bewkes left the corporate world to raise her four children in Connecticut. Her continuing love of design led to the creation of Quintessence, an award winning online guide to the best in style and substance. From interiors and fashion, to art and architecture, books, film, travel and more, Quintessence has become a trusted source for well-researched original content and imagery. Stacey has served as the costyle editor for the non-profit Women’s Voices for Change, as a sponsored blogger at a multitude of design events from Las Vegas to London and has been featured in many shelter magazines in print and online. With over 350,000 views, her video series with design author Susanna Salk takes viewers behind the scenes with top tastemakers at home around the globe. Stacey can also be found out and about on all major social media platforms.
PURCHASE WINDSOR SMITH’S AND SUZANNE RHEINSTEIN’S BOOKS AND HAVE THEM SIGNED FOLLOWING THE LECTURE. Books are available for purchase in the Show Floor lobby and outside Davidson Ballroom before and after the lecture. A portion of book sales proceeds go to Show beneficiaries!
Special thanks to our featured cover artist
Her beautiful watercolor will be auctioned at the Preview Party, with proceeds benefiting the Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville. For more of Lexie’s work:
WHERE DESIGN IS PERSONAL You’re invited to a week-long series of signature events co-sponsored by VERANDA April 25 – 28, 2016 Register at adacatlanta.com ADAC | 351 Peachtree Hills Ave, Atlanta, GA
Travis & Company | Suite 128 travisandcompany.com | 404.237.5079
Recognized worldwide for his distinctive interiors, the Paris–Los Angeles based, award-winning designer Jean-Louis Deniot, has created a modern, elegant and internationally versatile collection for George Smith, including the stunning Heather Sofa featured below.
Logan Gardens | Suite 506 logangardens.com | 404.231.4808
Lee Jofa | Suite 106 leejofa.com | 404.812.6995
Bunny Williams’ fabrics grace Lee Jofa’s skirted Workroom Sofa (Penelope in Green) and pillows (Annette in Celery and Camille in Celery/Bark). The upholstered Tray Chic Ottoman (Clare in Blue) pops against the room’s neutral tones.
The highly-durable, woven synthetic Southampton arm chair is an updated version of traditional, open-weave wicker furniture. Wide plank tops and trestle style bases, inspired by antique Belgian farmhouse tables are crafted from reclaimed teak washed in warm grey for a weathered appearance.
Stark | Suite 135 starkcarpet.com | 404.266.8959
Charles Pavarini III used the STARK Trade Exclusive carpet, ZB Zebra, as a rug in this Connecticut showhouse.
Holland & Company | Suite 238 hollandandcompany.com | 404.233.0233
Holland & Company’s classic Chesterfield Sofa, shown here in dark velvet, adds a bit of contrast this a serene living room.
Peacock Alley | ADAC West, Suite A6
Century | Suite 212
peacockalley.com | 404.228.8892
centuryfurniture.com | 404.869.6768
Peacock Alley introduces an exciting new collection for Spring 2016, Modern Heirloom. Pieces from this collection feature timeless and classic pieces that are heirloom worthy with a modern flair.
Windor Smithâ€™s Paloma Wing Chair is a refined, less masculine version of the basic wing chair featuring scaled down arms and softened sides. Perfect for living rooms, libraries, and bedrooms.
Design Galleria Kitchen & Bath Studio | Suite 234 designgalleria.net | 404.261.0111
Design Galleria Kitchen and Bath Studio uses a combination of the latest in finishing technologies and hamd applied techniques. Their mission is to produce authentic furniture grade cabinetry designs and finishes that withstand the test of time. The above featured kitchen was created by layering grey cabinetry with Calacatta marble, herringbone tiles, stainless steel, and glass set off with polished nickel accents.
Jerry Pair | Suite 508 jerrypair.com | 404.261.6337
Catering to an array of styles from hand-crafted rustic pieces to the sleek and polished, Jerry Pair offers designers furnishings and textiles of unrivaled beauty and the highest handcrafted quality offered in the industry.
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Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville
PREV IEW PART Y Thursday, February 11
6:30 until 9:00 p.m.
Cocktails & Light Fare
Featuring a First Look at the Show & book signing of The Romance of Flowers with Clinton Smith, Editor in Chief of VERANDA. Beverage Sponsor J ack D aniel D istillery
Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville
bourbon party Friday, February 12, 2016 6:30 until 9:00 p.m. featuring a book signing by
Senior Vice President and Editor in Chief of Garden & Gun
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2016 GARDENS ENTRY GARDEN: CHEEKWOOD
SOUTHERN ROOTS A fanciful tree root inspired sculpture, by artist Steve Tobin, dances its way through the brilliant hues of this classic cutting garden, evocative of the former Parterre Garden at Cheekwood.
Patrick Larkin serves as Senior Vice President of Gardens for Cheekwood. Larkin holds the Bachelor of Science degree in horticulture from Virginia Tech and the Master of Science degree in public horticulture administration from the Longwood Graduate Program of the University of Delaware. Larkin began his career in public horticulture as a horticulturist at the Smithsonian Institution’s Enid A. Haupt Garden, where he honed his ornamental garden skills— including design, installation and collections management—raising the display quality of this nationally recognized showpiece garden. He later served as Director of Horticulture and Operations at the American Horticultural Society’s headquarters, George Washington’s River Farm. Later, Larkin held positions as Executive Director of Green Bay Botanical Garden in Green Bay, Wisconsin, as Chief Executive Officer at Descanso Gardens in La Cañada, CA, and Executive Director of Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden in Claremont, CA. cheekwood.org Sarah Lowe is the Botanical Garden and Horticulture Manager at Cheekwood. She manages and oversees the botanical garden and horticulture operations of the 55-acre property, including development and installation of Cheekwood’s spectacular annual displays, and supervising the professional staff and volunteers that ensure Cheekwood is beautiful year round. After graduating from Michigan State University, with a bachelor of science in Horticulture, she moved to Nashville, Tennessee. Sarah joined the Cheekwood staff in April 1999, working as a gardener in the Howe Garden. She loves working at Cheekwood and connecting people and plants together.
Gale Higgs of Nashville Landscape Systems, Inc. has been providing landscaping, irrigation, maintenance and drainage work in Middle Tennessee since 1979. A graduate of Missouri State University, Gale is also a state licensed contractor, a member of P.L.A.N.T. and the Tennessee Nursery & Landscape Association. With our rich knowledge of just the right techniques and materials for successful landscapes in our region, Gale Higgs has provided year round service on a number of high profile estates in Middle Tennessee as well as Cheekwood.
Troy Marden is an author who has been involved with Antiques & Garden Show for more than 20 years. In addition to hosting Nashville Public Television’s hit gardening show, Volunteer Gardener, Troy writes regularly for some of the country’s top gardening magazines and his own blog, Gardener Cook, explores two of his greatest passions—plants and food. 2014 saw the release of his first two books, Plant This Instead! and Southern Gardener’s Handbook, as well as the launch of a garden tour business, leading groups of enthusiastic gardeners to England, Scotland and Italy with more exciting trips planned for the near future. troybmarden.com
2016 GARDENS CENTER GARDEN: GAVIN DUKE
REPOS Conceptually, our use of ‘Repos’ is an interpretation of rest, sleep or tranquility in the landscape. We suggest a moment in this garden where one could retreat from the hectic daily routine and unplug from data bombardment. Creating an atmosphere for reflection and escape is our intention throughout the space with the use of plant enclosure, shelter, and comfortable furnishings. Relax!
Garden & Gun
Gavin Duke was raised in the rural Ozark Mountains of Arkansas. At an early age, he began putting ideas on paper– sketches inspired by the natural beauty of the surrounding woodlands, the local craftsmen, and farmers. His passion to create has continued throughout his life. Now, he combines landscape architecture with other arts to design gardens and living environments for people, plants, and animals. Gavin Duke possesses a sensitive hand in working with landscapes and the talent for designing well-organized spaces. Thus, he has had the privilege to create many rewarding installations. He has traveled to remote corners of the world to gather ideas, and experience historic, traditional, and modern spaces. Deep understanding of the historical and contextual elements of landscape architecture allows his designs to preserve and respect each project’s site and architecture. His philosophy of landscape design is to create a seamless integration of the built environment and its surroundings. Duke’s work has been published in national and international publications. He received his Bachelor of Landscape Architecture in 1987 from the University of Arkansas. Duke is licensed in Connecticut, Mississippi, Tennessee, Georgia, South Carolina, and Alabama. pageduke.com Patrick McKennon has been in the lawn and landscape industry for over 30 years. Starting at the age 12 with a neighborhood lawn business, his company, TurfCare Landscapes, now services over 300 clients. His core business is in the Belle Meade, Green Hills and Forest Hills areas. Specializing in premium residential lawn and landscape installation and maintenance, he strives to provide each client with exceptional service and results. “We pride ourselves on reliable, detailed service and great communication.” He is passionate about providing quality service. Working closely with the homeowner and/or landscape architect to create and maintain your beautiful landscape is his primary mission. turfcareofnashville.com Inspired by early childhood experiences on his grandparents farm in rural Michigan, James Dunn’s youthful vision of sustainable living was to have a simple rural farmhouse, with a garden on a small parcel of land. Formally trained in the art of building fine furniture, cabinetry and boatbuilding, he developed his expertise as a craftsman. James settled in middle Tennessee in 1975 to pursue his passion of becoming a self-supporting artisan woodworker. Long before reclaimed lumber was trendy, James was incorporating old growth lumber salvaged from barns and house parts by repurposing these treasured materials into new structures. In 1987, James founded Vintage Millworks, Inc. James’ love of classical architecture, beautiful landscapes, garden design and the affect these works of art have on the human condition continue to inspire and guide his principles and his work. vintage-millworks.com Rozanne Jackson, voted ADAC Designer of the Year, leads one of the region’s preeminent full-service design firms and owns and operates The Iron Gate, a favorite spot for home furnishings and gifts among local Nashvillians and celebrities alike. After founding her design business in 1994, Rozanne opened The Iron Gate in 1996 to showcase her design aesthetic and provide beautiful, soulful, one-of-a-kind furnishings and gifts to satisfy any vision or desire. Interior styling and decorating by The Iron Gate are led by Rozanne Jackson and her carefully chosen team: Ginny Garrett, Interior Decorator and Katy Austin, Interior Architect. theirongateonline.net
2016 GARDENS EAST GARDEN: TODD BREYER LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT AND JOSIAH LOCKARD
HIGH COTTON! Timeless form and festive detailing forge this exquisite setting for relaxation and the special events of your life. Featuring handcrafted obelisk tuteurs, our magnificent swirling Tree of Life parterre, meticulous pebble mosaic, capped with antique River God wrought iron gates up from New Orleans. All within an allée colonnade draped in real cotton and playful party lights. Organic materials of nature used to elegantly transform any home into your personal oasis of perfection.
Todd Breyer is a nationally honored, registered Landscape Architect and honors graduate of the University of Georgia. With over thirty-five years professional horticultural experience ranging from nursery production, sales, design and installation. Mr. Breyer focuses on listening to the specific needs and tailoring to each individual client. High quality estate, commercial, and institutional projects from expansive to compact, with attention on excellence. Mr. Breyer lived and studied in the Tuscany region of Italy and began his design career in San Francisco, CA. He has received numerous awards such as Certificate of Honor for Excellence in the Study of Landscape Architecture from the American Society of Landscape Architects, Best of Show Lawn & Garden and Antique & Garden (founder of the treehouse garden), Aurora Awards, and the National Pool Guild Gold Award. His work has been featured on television and has appeared in Southern Accents, Open House Magazine, Nashville Lifestyles, etc. He is also the Chairman of Cheekwood Botanical Garden’s Plant Collections and others, as well as a District Commissioner and Chairman for the Metro Beautification and Environment Commission. Board of Keep Nashville Beautiful. President-elect of the historic Nashville City Cemetery Association. Herb Society of Nashville. Hands On Nashville. MNPS Virtual School Academy Board. Richland Park Friends of Library. Projects include the Historic West Meade Mansion, the former Osias residence, the Adams estate, the Bovender residence, Tennessee Technological University, and the Opryland Hotel, as well as numerous volunteer, school, and public projects. And most recently, received the top ten in the nation “Good Neighbor” award through Next Door social media. email@example.com Josiah Lockard – Drawing from his more than 17 years of experience, Josiah specializes in ecologically based landscape design and sustainable site development. Josiah is a Certified Arborist, and holds a degree in Horticulture and Landscape Design. He is an active member of the American Society of Landscape Architects, and Past-President of the Tennessee Urban Forestry Council. Combining the disciplines of Landscape Architecture, Horticulture, and Sustainability, he integrates natural systems into the built environment to create spaces that have a positive affect on both people and nature.
Elements team of experienced arborists and horticulturists work with their clients to maintain and preserve the health and beauty of ornamentals, trees, and landscapes. Elements additionally provides services in plant health care, landscape installation, and boxwood clouding and maintenance. firstname.lastname@example.org High Cotton Vintage Home Furnishings is an ever changing assortment of vintage furniture, Southern-inspired decor, and ladies clothing. All displayed with love in Manchester, TN by mother-daughter owners, Lynne Jarrell and Allison Dotson along with their fab team in a 140 year old home. Our goal is to inspire you to create a home full of pieces that you’ll love! www.facebook.com/highcottonvintage 22
2016 GARDENS WEST GARDEN: PHILLIPE S. CHADWICK
GARDEN OF MIRRORS One hundred mirrors lining the corridor create an infinite reflection as your view seems to go on forever. The grand water towers acoustically attract your attention to the space. The antique crystal chandelier ceiling brings the space down to human scale with sparkling perfection. Along the edge of the walkway, delphiniums and iceland poppies bloom in vivid colors. A modern tribute to the Hall of Mirrors in Versailles. Phillipe Chadwick's flower designs are consistently show-stopping and vibrant, yet elegant and sentimental. His arrangements make any event meaningful and personal. He always gets people talking. He knows just the trick, because at his core, Phillipe is a catalog of knowledge about plants and flowers. His first love is gardening, and he has tended garden styles ranging from heirloom vegetable to Japanese. Phillipe Spencer Chadwick was born in Nashville and still lives there but he received a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from Mississippi State University in 2006. Then he started working as a Landscape Architect, managing civic designs for the city of Franklin, TN. But don’t judge a book by its cover. His extensive background in horticulture preempts his role as a floral designer. In 2009, Phillipe joined the ranks of Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art as a horticulturalist, and catapulted them to a new level of hip. He stressed keeping all designs provocative and cutting-edge but at the same time aesthetically pleasing. He breathed life into Cheekwood’s gardens, transforming them into lush scenes of texture and color. He adorned Cheekwood’s special events with fresh, bright flower arrangements. Then Phillipe decided he’d strike it on his own. Through a dense personal network, Phillipe Chadwick has established a strong reputation in Nashville for crafting memorable weddings and impressive visual spectacles for events. His resume includes The Antiques and Garden Show, the TPAC gala, and Chukkers for Charity. Occasionally he hosts Volunteer Gardener on NPT. Phillipe continues a tradition today. He gives every client close, one-on-one time and attention to decide how their magical ideas can literally be transformed into reality. Phillipe’s professional attitude is the epitome of class and style. Likewise, his designs never fail to impress.
GARDEN AWARDS Each year, the Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville features a selection of interactive, professionally designed gardens for the enjoyment of our visitors. Just before the Show opens, a select committee of judges honors the garden designers with three prestigious awards.*
Bryant Fleming Award for Best of Show is presented with respect to both horticulture and creativity.
Creativity Award is presented for the garden that delightfully
Jennifer Cole, Executive Director, Metro Arts Commission J. Paul Moore, Horticulture & Architecture Photographer Michael Shane Neal, Portrait Artist
captures the imagination.
Structure & Design Award is presented for the garden that best
demonstrates the integration of horticulture and hardscape elements.
The People´s Choice Award
You be the judge! Vote for your favorite garden before you leave the Show! Votes will be tallied one hour before the Show closes, and the People´s Choice Award will be presented.
* The Cheekwood garden is for exhibition only and not eligible for awards
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The Tennessean is proud to support the 2016 Antiques & Garden Show benefiting Cheekwood and ECON.
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STEVE T O B I N
ROOTS ON EXHIBIT
FEBRUARY 20 – SEPTEMBER 4
WITH ADDITIONAL SUPPORT
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Internationally-acclaimed artist, Steve Tobin, brings his large-scale sculptures to the Cheekwood landscape and art galleries with his exhibition, Southern Roots.
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ANTIQUES DEALERS Alcott Interiors and Antiques A-01
Foreign Affair A-39
Mario Pollo/Jon Rider A-09
Simmons Leonce A-50
George Getlik Fine Art A-45
McDonough Fine Art A-60
Somerset Antiques A-05
Barley Twist A-52
Michael & Claire Higgins Antiques A-62 Sonny Ideker Bookseller A-26
Barometer Fair A-15
Historical Americana A-29
Michael Hall Antiques & Fine Art A-32 Stanford Fine Art A-64
C. M. Leonard Antiques A-42
Holt Isom, Inc. A-48
Parc Monceau, Ltd A-14 Atlanta, GA www.parcmonceau.com
Philadelphia, PA www.philaprintshop.com
Caroline Faison Antiques A-02
J & M Antiques A-04
Parrin & Company A-49
The Silver Vault A-47
Charles Edwin Puckett A-67
James Sansum A-66
Pascal Collettier: A-36 Fine French Antiques
Thomas M. Fortner Antiques A-44
Nashville, TN www.alcottinteriors.com
Nashville, TN www.artifactsantiquesonline.com Hinsdale, IL www.barleytwistantiques.com Sarasota, FL www.barometerfair.com South Salem, NY (914) 763-8032
Greensboro, NC www.carolinefaison.com Akron, OH www.cepuckett.com
Charles Hanlon Mignon Topping
St. Simons Island, GA (815) 244-2548
Crescent Worth Art & Antiques A-06 Lake Forest, IL (847) 347-7170
D. R. Grissom Collection A-53 Estate and Fine Jewelry Charleston, SC www.drgrissomcollection.com
Dana Kelly Oriental Rugs, Inc. A-33 Lexington, KY www.danakellyrugs.com
Don Fields A-63 Craig Ringstad Antiques
Roswell, GA www.foreignaffairintl.com
Holliston, MA (914) 954-1341
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East Amherst, NY www.jandmantiques.com
Kansas City, MO (816) 753-7959
New York, NY www.jamessansum.com
Jayne Thompson + Sycamore
Harrodsburg, KY www.jaynethompsonantiques.com
Jesse Davis A-61
London, U.K. www.jessedavisantiques.co.uk
Kenny Ball Antiques A-56 Charlottesville, VA www.kennyballantiques.com
Kevin L. Perry, Inc. A-59 Camden, SC (941) 504-5765
King's House Antiques A-18 Birmingham, AL www.kinghouseantiques.com
Fairway, KS www.morninggloryantiquesinc.com www.thehighboy.com/stores/ craig-ringstad-antiques
King's House Oriental Rugs A-54
Ed Nash Art A-51
Greenville, MS (662) 332-7226
Nashville, TN www.ednashart.com
Edwin C. Skinner A-28 Fairhope, AL (251) 929-7975
Embellish Antiques A-65 Chapel Hill, NC www.embellishantiques.com
Essex Antiquarians A-07 Essex, MA (978) 808-8231
Finnegan Gallery A-11
Chicago, IL www.finnegangallery.com
Birmingham, AL www.kingshouseorientalrugs.com
Lina's Antiques A-37
Linda Horsley Antiques A-13 Atlanta, GA (404) 375-7448
Linda Ketterling Fine Majolica A-55 Toledo, OH (419) 377-2438
Lotz's Antiques A-40 St. Louis, MO www.lotzantiques.com
Majolica, LLC/ A-38 Phillipe Meunier
Houston TX & Paris, France (917) 334-7982
Nashville, TN www.stanfordfineart.com
The Philadelphia Print Shop A-35
Woodstock, IL (815) 337-3990 Memphis, TN (901) 452-3207
Chicago, IL (312) 213-1900
Trace Mayer Antiques A-57
Pascal Home A-08
Louisville, KY www.TraceMayer.com
Athens, GA www.pascalhome.com
Patricia Marie Fine Jewelry A-00 Nashville, TN www.patriciamariefinejewelry.com
Pickwick Antiques A-19
Montgomery, AL www.pickwickantiques.com
Poverty Hollow A-17
Tutto dal Mondo A-12
Penn Valley, PA www.tuttodalmondo.mybigcommerce.com
Village Antiques at Biltmore A-21 Asheville, NC www.villageantiquesonline.com
Village Braider A-31
Plymouth, MA www.villagebraider.com
Newtown, CT (203) 426-2931
Prints Charming Soho
Leesburg, VA (703) 777-9379
Roswell, GA www.sonnyideker.com
Nashville, TN www.michaelhallantiques.com
Waynesville, NC www.hhwalkerandcompany.net
Memphis TN/Westport CT www.leonceantiques.com
New York, NY www.printscharmingsoho.com
R. Ege Antiques A-25 St. Louis, MO www.regeantiques.com
Rawlings Antiques A-34 Bowling Green, KY (270) 843-9928
Roger D. Winter Ltd. A-46 Bucks County, PA www.rogerwinterantiques.com
Schorr & Dobinsky A-16
Bridgehampton, NY www.schorranddobinsky.com
Sheridan Loyd Antiques A-41 St. Joseph, MO www.sheridanloyd.com
Sherwood Antiques A-58 Macon, GA www.sherwoodantiques.net
Whitehall Antiques A-43 Chapel Hill, NC www.whitehallantiques.com
Zane Moss Antiques, Ltd. A-24 Sharon, CT www.zanemossantiques.com
HORTICULTURE DEALERS A. Shaw Antiques & Jewelry H-51 Memphis, TN (901) 454-6200
Acanthus Studios H-02 Stockbridge, GA acanthusstudios.com
Al Tomlinson H-62
Elephant Walk Interiors & Antiques, Inc.
Orlando, FL www.elephantwalkantiques.com
Elliott & Elliott Art & Antiques H-17 Harbor Springs, MI www.elliott-elliott.com
Jessica Thompson Design H-66 New York, NY www.jessicathompsondesign.com
Jolene Cooper H-40B
Homer, MI (352) 409-7662
Jon Beasley Antiques and Interior Design
Eneby Home H-23
Kathy Tobler Silver H-47
Fairbrother Design H-24
Avec Moi H-43
Garden Unique H-06
Landreth Seed Company H-07
Avril Walker Designs H-19
Giana Allen Design
Laval Antiques H-41
Ben & Lael Copper, Inc. H-35
Greg's Antiques and Garden Iron
Allen Lowman H-28 Kansas City, MO (816) 294-5904
Ann M. Hopkins H-58 Antiques on Holiday
Destin, FL facebook.com/antiquesonholiday Franklin, TN www.avecmoifranklin.com Mobile, AL www.avrildesigns.com
Nashville, TN www.ben-lael.myshopify.com
Brenner Valdez H-61 Tampa, FL (813) 244-7120
Brooke Worthington Jewelry H-57 Nashville, TN www.brookeworthingtonjewelry.com
Building Number 9 H-50 Nashville, TN www.buildingnumber9.com
Campbell House Antiques H-27 Cookeville, TN (931) 260-6704
Cheekwood Gift Shop H-33 Nashville, TN www.cheekwood.org
Cottage Garden Antiques H-04 Westmoreland, TN (615) 841-3551
Creekside Garden Center H-63 Nashville, TN www.creekside106.com
Daria de Koning, Fine Jewelry H-49 Los Angeles, CA & New York, NY www.dariadekoning.com
Down the Garden Path H-48
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Druid Tree Service, Inc. H-12 Nashville, TN www.druidtree.com
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Granbury, TX (817) 326-3731
West Point, MS www.fairbrotherdesigns.com Richmond, IN (765) 993-4276
Atlanta, GA www.plaval.com
Longwood Antique Woods H-18 Lexington, KY www.longwoodantiquewoods.com
Covington, KY www.gregsantiques.com
Gum Tree Farm Designs H-39 Middleburg, VA www.gumtreefarmdesigns.com
H + K Gallery H-05
Nashville, TN www.shoplyelle.com
M. Fowler Antiques H-59
Destin, FL www.facebook.com/antiquesonholiday
Spartanburg, SC www.handkgallery.com
Hard to Find Goods H-11 New York, NY www.madisonjames.com
Hastening Design Studio H-30 Middleburg, VA www.hasteningdesigns.com
Holt Isom H-64
Waynesville, NC www.hhwalkerandcompany.net
Horizons LTD H-37 Ironwood Tool Co.
Mary Booth Cabot - Watercolors H-14 Roswell, GA www.mboothcabot.com
Sacred Heart Antiques H-15 Tupelo, MS (662) 352-3027
Sandstone Gardens H-01 Joplin, MO www.sandstonegardens.com
Scarlett Scales Antiques H-03 Franklin, TN www.scarlettscales.com
Selective Gardener Catalog H-34 Brentwood, TN www.selectivegardener.com
Southern Light Inc. H-45
Nashville, TN www.southernlightonline.com
Stony Lonesome H-20
Spring Hill, TN www.stonylonesome.com
The Compleat Flea H-10 Atlanta, GA (404) 452-0970
The Gunn Collection H-53 Nashville, TN (615) 579-3127
Thomas Siciliano, Papermaker H-55 Eden Prairie, MN tspaper.etsy.com
Mister T's Patio H-26
Trio Antiques H-22 Provenance Antiques
Moss Studios H-24
Wild Pearl / Amulets
Nashville Rug Gallery H-25
William C. Wood Collection H-31
Nashville, TN www.mistertspatiofurniture.com Fowlerville, MI (312) 493-0611
Nashville, TN www.nashvilleruggallery.com
Conyers, GA www.ironwoodtools.com
Atlanta, GA www.provenanceantiquesatlanta.com H-38
Nashville, TN www.wildpearl.com Clinton, MS (601) 488-4587
Hudson Valley Seed Library H-32 Accord, NY www.seedlibrary.org
Nashville, TN oshinashville.com
Outdoor Lighting Perspectives H-13 Nashville, TN www.outdoorlights.com
InBloom Jewelry H-08
Braddock Heights, MD www.inbloomjewelry.com
Jackson Blume Studio
Mt. Gretna, PA www.lacigale-usa.com Sharon Springs, NY www.landrethseeds.com
West Point, MS www.gianaallendesign.com
Columbia, TN www.jacksonblume.com
Jeff Littrell Antiques H-40A Sante Fe, NM (505) 919-9532
Nashville, TN (931) 252-0828
Nashville, TN www.enebyhome.com
Panama City, Panama www.reallygoodllc.org
Roberts Antiques H-60
Wynnwood, PA (610) 896-6089
Sarasota, FL (941) 400-8811
Really Good, LLC H-52
Peacock Alley H-42 Design Studio - Nashville Nashville, TN www.peacockalley.com
Peony's Envy H-44
Bernardsville, NJ www.peonysenvy.com
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UPCOMING AT CHEEKWOOD Cheekwood in Bloom MARCH 19 – APRIL 24 There’s no place more beautiful than Cheekwood in the spring as 100,000 tulips spill from our gardens to create a color experience you won’t forget. Daffodils, magnolias, redbuds and dogwoods are also in on the act, putting on an unforgettable show as warmer weather and longer days arrive in Nashville. With six weekends of family activities, entertainment and plenty of natural inspiration, we can’t think of a better way to celebrate the change of the season.
CHEEKWOOD IN BLOOM BY THE NUMBERS
150,500 Blooming bulbs this spring 108,275 Tulips – including 3,000 tulips in downtown Nashville’s Riverview Garden 23,000 New daffodils – including 10,000 planted in the Mustard Meadow 8,600 Hyacinths 92 Cultivars of tulips 625 Alliums 17,676 Violas and Pansies
EVERY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY • Featured Garden Tours • House & History Tour
New! CHEEKWOOD IN
• Exhibition Tour
Celebrate the variety of exhibitions and gardens Cheekwood has to offer with themed programming each weekend.
March 19: Steve Tobin: Southern Roots
BLOOM THEMED WEEKENDS
March 26: Spring Art Hop April 2: Blooms April 9: Japanese Garden, Shomu-en April 16: Drop Everything & Read Day April 23: National Arbor Day Celebration
• Family Studio Drop-In ‘ART’ivities with a special theme
• • •
every weekend Live Music: Roots Music featuring the National Museum of African American Music Children’s Story Time in the Sigourney Cheek Literary Garden Live Music: Piano in the Museum Drawing Room Live Bunnies & Ducks: Pet & Learn with Clover Patch Sanctuary (not available March 19. Limited viewing hours - please see website for full schedule)
EVERY SUNDAY • Drawing Room Concert Series featuring
Vanderbilt’s Blair School of Music • Sketch & Sip: drop-in drawing activity with cash bar at a different location on Cheekwood’s grounds every Sunday 32
Steve Tobin: Southern Roots FEBRUARY 20 – SEPTEMBER 4 (INDOOR EXHIBITION ENDS MAY 29) Cheekwood is proud to bring acclaimed sculptor Steve Tobin to Nashville with the debut of Southern Roots this February. The solo exhibition of monumental works spans five locations across the Cheekwood landscape and includes installations within the Museum of Art. In addition, one of Tobin’s Roots sculptures will be on exhibit in downtown Nashville’s Riverview Gardens at Riverfront Park as part of its partnership with Metro Parks. Visitors at this year’s Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville will get a first look at the sculpture as it is featured in the Entry Garden of this year’s Show. Southern Roots highlights the work from Tobin’s Steelroots sculptures, an evolution of his signature bronze Walking Roots series. In 2005, Tobin gained praise when his massive bronze “Trinity Root” sculpture was installed in the courtyard of St. Paul’s Church in New York City, becoming the first and only 9/11 memorial near Ground Zero. The piece was cast from the stump and roots of a large sycamore tree that shielded the church from the collapsing towers of the World Trade Center. Tobin’s work has been shown internationally at such venues as the American Museum of Natural History, United States Botanic Garden, Carpe Diem Gallery (Paris), the Page Museum/La Brea Tar Pits and Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History, and is part of permanent collections at the American Craft Museum, Philadelphia Museum of Art, American Glass Museum and Musee des Arts Decoratifs (Switzerland).
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WHO WE ARE The Economic Club of Nashville (ECON) provides a dynamic forum at weekly lunch meetings for business and community leaders to identify and discuss economic, social or political issues of special interest to Nashvillians. Members seek to interact with local businesses and government officials and support key nonprofit organizations that contribute to the quality of life in the Greater Nashville area. WHERE WE CAME FROM The ECON draws its history and tradition from the Exchange Club of Nashville. One of the largest clubs of the national organization, the Nashville Chapter was chartered in April 16, 1920, to support the national mission: “Exchange, America’s Premier Service Club, working to make our communities better places to live.” This mission resonates with members of the new club, which continues many of the existing initiatives. MOVING FORWARD The ECON will continue in its support of The Family Center as well as provide generous support to many charities in Nashville. In 2014, the ECON formed the Cultural Assistance Program (CAP) to provide opportunities for children and their families to participate in Nashville’s cultural and arts programs. Since 1991, the ECON and Cheekwood have co-sponsored the annual Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville. This show has become the Club’s main fundraising activity, allowing ECON Charities, Inc., to contribute more than $1.5 million to local charities.
A HISTORY OF SERVICE The Club has been instrumental in helping make Nashville the great city that it is today. The list of achievements in its early years includes: • Widening Church Street west of the viaduct and the extension of Ninth Avenue from Church Street to Union Station, without cost to the city of Nashville; • The increase of parking facilities at Union Station; • The beautification of Memorial Park opposite the state Capitol; • The first overall street marking program in Nashville; • Building children’s playgrounds at the Davidson County Tuberculosis Hospital; • Equipping the Vanderbilt band with its first uniforms; • Sponsoring the first successful fundraising campaign for the American Red Cross conducted in Nashville; and • Providing support for the public development of Cheekwood in 1960, transforming the private residence into a public garden and art museum. Today, the Club participates in programs to support NeedLink Nashville (formerly known as Big Brothers of Nashville), The Salvation Army, Cheekwood and The Family Center.
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ADVISORY COMMITTEE Carolyn Englefield, VERANDA New York, New York veranda.com Ryan Gainey, Ryan Gainey & Co. Decatur, Georgia ryangainey.com Alexa Hampton, Mark Hampton LLC New York, New York markhampton.com Bobby McAlpine, McAlpine Tankersley Architecture Montgomery, Alabama mcalpinetankersley.com Charlotte Moss, Charlotte Moss, LLC New York, New York charlottemoss.com Ben Page, Page l Duke Landscape Architects Nashville, Tennessee benpageassociates.com Suzanne Rheinstein, Suzanne Rheinstein & Associates Los Angelas, California suzannerheinstein.com John Rosselli, John Rosselli Antiques & Decorations New York, New York johnrosselliantiques.com Gil Schafer, G. P. Schafer Architect, PLLC New York, New York gpschafer.com Margot Shaw, flower Magazine Birmingham, Alabama flowermag.com Remco van Vliet, Van Vliet & Trapp Event Design New York, New York vanvlietandtrap.com Bunny Williams, Bunny Williams Inc. New York, New York bunnywilliams.com 35
2016 COMMITTEE EVENT CHAIRMEN
Elizabeth Coble & Amy Liz Riddick ANTIQUES
Mary Barret Farnsworth Mary Trapnell
Betsy Brittain Elizabeth Coble, Mary Spalding, Debbie Best, Amy Liz Riddick
Chairman Emeritus Connie Cigarran Dealer Logistics
Tori Wimberly AUCTION
Julie Fleming BADGES
Kisha Campbell Nancy Deaton and Ashley Stringfellow
Jackie Hicks Rene Poe
BENEFACTORS SOLICITATION LETTER
Nancy Deaton Janette Smith
BOURBON PARTY CHAIRMEN
Christine Kyle Rebecca Rutledge Rebecca Rutledge, Caroline Lindsey and Mary Smith
CATALOG AD SALES
Debbie Best Mary Spalding
Betsy Brittain and Hillary Cooper
Nina Davidson Lee Oakley
DEALER LIAISON CHAIRMEN
Caroline Lindsey Mary Smith
EARLY SHOPPING CHAIRMEN
Mary Spalding Meg White
Perri Crutcher 36
Lexie Armstrong, Anne Puricelli and Yvonne Ralsky
Martha Chapman Steve Sirls Garden Awards
Margaret Boyd Judy Wright GROUP SALES
Nancy Deaton Ashley Stringfellow HOST COMMITTEE
Debbie Best Sylvia Bradbury Liza Coleman Lorie Duke Kate Ezell Julie Gordon Jody Hull Ashley Levi Dana Miller Rebecca Rutledge Sandy Sangervasi Jane Sloan LECTURES Chairmen
Ansel Cline Lauren Ross Committee
Laura Dale Shea Ghertner Amy Richards Kira Roberts Josephine Smithwick Susan Weathersby Audio Visual
Becky Paxton Book Signings
Libba Durrett Anna Kristin Yarbrough
Joyce Hitt Deborah Lovett
Melanie Baker Ann Buchanan Alice Whitson
Mary Byrd Sallie Swor
MUSIC IN THE GARDENS Chairmen
John Grimes Chris Strutko PHOTOGRAPHY
Nan Evans Beth Easter Peyton Hoge
PREVIEW PARTY Chairmen
Hugh C. Howser III Nancy Kennedy Host Committee
Elizabeth & Charles Barrett Bunny & Mike Blackburn Allison & Phil Brooks Barbara & Greg Burns Laura & John Chadwick Liza & Greg Coleman Susan & Jonathan Dyke Wendy & Vic Gatto Shea & Doug Ghertner Lucy & Jeff Haynes Jody & Rob Hull Wes Kennedy Corinne & Brock Kidd Dana & George Miller Kathy & Bobby Rolfe Lina & John Rowland Set-up Committee
Wendy Gatto Lina Rowland
Kae Gallagher, Steve Sirls and Julie Fleming
Lexie Armstrong Nancy Gregg Jay Joyner Linda Morphis Stephanie Simkin PROOFING
Allison Brooks Nancy King SHOW BANK
Nancy Britt Bill DeCamp
Deborah Lovett and Jody Hull
Dana Miller SIGNAGE
Kate Buttarazzi Gwyn Spencer Kathy Williams SOCIAL MEDIA Chairman
Liza Coleman, Elizabeth Barrett and Amy Richards
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A SPECIAL THANK YOU FROM THE CHAIRMEN To all of our committee members, advisory committee and board members, especially those who have volunteered for countless years, we thank you! To our families for their constant support and encouragement, thank you to: LES, STELLA, OLIVIA & DAVISS COBLE JOHN, ALSTON, HOLLIS & DIXON RIDDICK Although there are countless volunteers and friends who donated their time and talents to the 2016 Show, we would like to extend a special thanks to the following individuals:
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