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THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS PRESENTING SPONSOR ADAC Ainsworth Noah • Cowtan & Tout • Design Galleria • Holland & Company • JANUS et Cie Jerry Pair • Kolo Collection • Logan Gardens • Moattar, Ltd. • Peacock Alley Renaissance Tile & Bath • R. Hughes • Stark • Strathmore • Travis & Company FOUNDING SPONSOR TVV Capital

HOTEL SPONSOR The Westin Nashville

NATIONAL MEDIA SPONSORS Flower • Milieu • Southern Living • VERANDA

PHOTOGRAPHY SPONSOR Willie Cole Photography PREVIEW PARTY SPONSORS VERANDA Jack Daniel Distillery

EVERYTHING BUT THE HOUSE

BOURBON PARTY SPONSORS Southern Living Brown-Forman • Gen Cap America Lightning 100 The Standard Restaurant and Club

KEYNOTE LECTURE SPONSORS First Tennessee The Scout Guide

PARTNER SPONSOR Crosslin BENEFACTORS RECEPTION SPONSORS Pinnacle Financial Partners • William Stamps Farish Fund DeLozier Cosmetic Surgery Center • H.G. Hill Realty Company, LLC GIANNETTI DESIGN & GARDEN LECTURE SPONSORS Southern Home Vicki & Kerry McCluggage

DESIGN PANEL LECTURE SPONSORS Milieu Designers Gallery Ironware International

BOOK SPONSOR Books-A-Million

HOSPITALITY SPONSORS ECON Publix Super Markets Charities TARA GUÉRARD EVENT & DESIGN LECTURE SPONSORS Flower Please Be Seated The Pink Bride

OFFICIAL TICKETING SPONSOR Agile Ticketing Solutions

GARDEN SPONSORS Mister T’s Patio Conserv Business Services • Louise B. Wallace Foundation Louie M. & Betty M. Phillips Foundation • Rogers Manufacturing EARLY SHOPPING SPONSORS VERANDA Brunk Auctions Currey & Company

CATALOG SPONSOR The Iron Gate

TRANSPORTATION SPONSOR Grand Avenue/Gray Line

LOBBY ENTRY SPONSORS Framed! Import Flowers

MUSIC IN THE GARDENS SPONSORS TRADE SPONSORS Brasfield & Gorrie, LLC Dale Incorporated The Robinson Company CONTRIBUTING SPONSORS

COAT CHECK SPONSOR Birkman Interiors

Cabinberry Farm – John & Chris Grimes • Franklin Synergy Bank • Good People Brewing Company Lithographics, Inc. • Meet Me at the Altar • Puryear, Hamilton, Hausman & Wood, PLC Southern Grounds, LLC • Wireless Plus

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Benefiting Cheekwood and ECON Charities


February 3-5, 2017 Music City Center Nashville, Tennessee

Welcome to the 2017 Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville! We are honored to serve as the General Chairmen for such a tremendous event and are proud to present “Cultivated Style.” Our wish list was granted with this year’s line-up of speakers. Headlined by Nate Berkus, it brings together unbelievably talented and nationally recognized designers and garden experts from around the country. Once again, the Show floor will be home to over 150 dealers and four spectacular gardens designed by some of the Southeast’s foremost landscape designers. None of this would be possible without the generosity of our sponsors whose contributions help support our fundraising efforts for Cheekwood and ECON charities. We are thankful to this year’s Presenting Sponsor, ADAC, as well as Andrew Byrd and TVV Capital for their 27 years of continued support. We also want to thank the over 400 volunteers who have worked countless hours to make this show a success. Whether you attend a lecture, stroll the show floor or enjoy one of the fabulous parties, we are so glad you are here. Thank you for coming!

Linda Graham & Mary Smith

CONTENTS Show Schedule

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2017 Honorary Chair Gil Schafer

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Keynote Speaker Nate Berkus moderated by Tori Mellott

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Design & Garden Lecture Brooke & Steve Giannetti

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Design Panel Lecture Mary McDonald, Nathan Turner, Jesse Carrier & Mara Miller moderated by Robert Leleux

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Event Planning & Design Lecture Tara Guérard

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2017 Garden Designers

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Upcoming at Cheekwood

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ECON

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Show Supporters

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National Advisory Committee

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Beneficiaries

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2017 Committee

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Show Leadership

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A Special Thank You

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Antiques Dealers

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Horticulture Dealers

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Show Floor Map

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2017 Show Chairmen

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Welcome to Nashville! The Board of Directors of the 2017 Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville extends a special thank you to our Presenting Sponsor, ADAC, our Founding Sponsor, TVV Capital, our corporate sponsors and supporters of the Show. We are also grateful for the over 400 volunteers who truly make the show possible; especially, our General Chairmen, Linda Graham and Mary Smith.

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CABINETS • DESIGN • FLOORS • PAINT

Founding Sponsor Andrew Byrd, TVV Capital How can one find a better way to enjoy a cold winter day than come inside to enjoy the flowers, gardens and beautiful antiques? Spring is just around the corner. In 1987-1988, the President of the Exchange Club (now Economic Club) of Nashville asked me to chair the Nashville Lawn & Garden Show. That year, it became the Nashville Lawn & Garden Fair. Working with the botanical staff at Cheekwood (Dick Page & Randall Lantz) along with Floyd McDonald, and with the Garden Club of Nashville (Betty B. Graham), we put on one of Nashville’s finest shows to educate all Nashvillians on their gardens and landscaping. Later, when the Antiques Show merged into the Nashville Antiques & Garden Show, I headed Logistics for the first 1990 show at the Nashville Convention Center. I have supported the show ever since. As a result, more than a million dollars has been given by the Economic Club Charities to dozens of social service organizations across our city, bettering many people’s lives. Beauty, education and service to our community, how can one better summarize what our show means? Our sponsorship is a very small part of an extraordinary Show helping to build an extraordinary city, Nashville, Tennessee. Thank you for coming!

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Show Schedule THURSDAY - FEBRUARY 2

SATURDAY - FEBRUARY 4

6:30 - 9 p.m. Preview Party

10 a.m. - 7 p.m. Show Open

SHOW FLOOR

Celebrating Honorary Chair, Gil Schafer & Book Signing of VERANDA Retreats with Author Mario López-Cordero, Senior Editor/Writer, VERANDA

11 a.m. - 12 p.m. Design Panel Lecture* The Dream Team

10 a.m. - 7 p.m. Show Open

Keynote Speaker Nate Berkus with moderator Tori Mellott

KARL F. DEAN BALLROOM

2 - 3 p.m. Design and Garden Lecture* Creating Patina Farm Brooke & Steve Giannetti 6:30 - 9 p.m. Bourbon Party

BALLROOM

Mary McDonald, Nathan Turner, Jesse Carrier & Mara Miller with moderator Robert Leleux

FRIDAY - FEBRUARY 3

11 a.m. - 12 p.m. Keynote Lecture* Every Home Tells A Story

KARL F. DEAN

2 - 3 p.m. Event Planning & Design Lecture* Events of a Lifetime Tara Guérard 4 - 7 p.m. Music in the Gardens

KARL F. DEAN BALLROOM

KARL F. DEAN BALLROOM

SHOW FLOOR

SUNDAY - FEBRUARY 5 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Show Open

SHOW FLOOR

Sunday Shopping in the Gardens Coffee, Bloody Marys, pastries and snacks available for purchase while you browse.

*Book signings following each lecture.

Services Available During Show Hours: Shipping, Food & Beverage and Coffee are available. Hours may vary. Refer to map on the inside back cover and signs throughout the Show for locations and hours. Visit customer service in the lobby with questions.

Special Events

pr evi ew party Thursday, February 2 6:30 to 9 p.m. Cocktails • Light Fare • Music by Leonard Wolf

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Music In the Gardens Saturday, February 4 4 to 7 p.m.

friday, february

3, 2017 6:30 until 9:00 p.m.

Enjoy a night of music while shopping and exploring the Show (included with admission)

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2017 Honorary Chair

Gil Schafer

Award-winning architect Gil Schafer is consistently recognized as a leading practitioner of contemporary classical architecture. A member of Architectural Digest’s AD 100 and a winner of VERANDA’s “Art of Design Award,” Gil holds a Master’s Degree from the Yale School of Architecture and worked at a number of noted classical architectural firms before opening his own firm, G.P. Schafer Architect, in 2002. The author of the bestselling book The Great American House and a new book scheduled to be published by Rizzoli in the fall of 2017, Gil’s work has been featured in numerous publications, including Architectural Digest, ELLE DECOR, VERANDA, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal. Additionally, Gil serves on several nonprofit advisory and trustee boards, including the Yale School of Architecture Dean’s Council and the board of the Thomas Jefferson Foundation. He also served as president and then chairman of The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art, the nation’s leading resource for the classical tradition in architecture and the allied arts, for over a decade. Gil regularly lectures around the country on the continued relevance of classical residential design, and when he’s not traveling for work, he divides his time between New York City, upstate New York, and Maine.

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Join us Thursday, February 2nd 6:30-9 p.m. at the Preview Party as we celebrate Gil and his years of service and contribution to the Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville.


Showcasing the Style of the South

is proud to support The Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville together with: Ainsworth-Noah, Cowtan & Tout, Design Galleria Kitchen and Bath Studio, Holland & Company, JANUS et Cie, Jerry Pair, Kolo Collection, Logan Gardens, Moattar, Ltd., Peacock Alley, Renaissance Tile & Bath, R HUGHES, STARK, Strathmore, Travis & Company


I N V I T E S YO U to shop high-design collections from the following showroom partners:

Ainsworth-Noah Cowtan & Tout

Design Galleria Kitchen and Bath Studio

Holland & Company

JANUS et Cie

Jerry Pair


Logan Gardens

Kolo Collection

Peacock Alley Atlanta | Nashville

Moattar, Ltd.

Designer | Amy Morris Interiors

Renaissance Tile & Bath Atlanta | Nashville

R HUGHES Strathmore STARK

Atlanta | Nashville

Travis & Company


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ADAC Product Launch Showcase

January 12–13, 2017

ADAC Digital Day March 2017

DESIGN ADAC Co-sponsored by VERANDA April 25– 27, 2017

Southeast Designers and Architect of the Year Awards Gala Co-sponsored by VERANDA April 27, 2017

ADAC Sample Sale May 5–7, 2017

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September 26–28, 2017

Dwell With Dignity Thrift Studio Party September 28, 2017

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2017 KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Nate Berkus with moderator Tori Mellott Friday, February 3 11:00 a.m. Renowned interior designer Nate Berkus believes that our homes should tell our stories about who we are, where we’ve been, what we love most – all collected and assembled in one place. In this moderated talk, Nate will share his personal design philosophy about why the things we choose to bring into our homes matter, and how we can all live more beautifully. Nate will also share his favorite discoveries from the Show and how he would use these finds in a space. Nate will be joined by fellow style-maker and discussion moderator Tori Mellott, Traditional Home’s Senior Design and Markets Editor. Nate Berkus is now one of the world’s most recognizable interior designers, ever since his 2002 appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show. His work has appeared in Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, VOGUE, InStyle, O Magazine, People and ELLE DECOR which included him in their A-List of the world’s top designers. He has two New York Times bestselling books: Home Rules (2005) and The Things That Matter (2012). And audiences will see him in a new TLC show launching in 2017.

Tori Mellott began her own style-blazing career at House Beautiful and ELLE DECOR before launching Conde Nast’s domino as decorating editor. She served as Creative Deputy for Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, and joined Nate Berkus for the first year of The Nate Show. After projects for Teen Vogue, The Editor at Large, and VERANDA, Tori joined Traditional Home in 2011 as Senior Design and Markets Editor.

Purchase Things That Matter and have it signed after the lecture. Books are available for purchase in the Show Floor lobby and outside the Karl F. Dean Grand Ballroom before and after the lecture. A portion of book sales proceeds go to Show beneficiaries!

SPONSORED BY

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Creating Patina Farm Brooke & Steve Giannetti Friday, February 3 2:00 p.m.

Brooke & Steve Giannetti will share the special journey they’ve traveled together working on spectacular projects as husband and wife – she the interior designer and he the architect. One of the Giannettis’ most notable collaborations was the creation of their idyllic European-inspired Patina Farm in Ojai, California – the subject of their best-selling book of the same name, Patina Farm. Featuring a meticulous selection of antique materials and architectural elements, Patina Farm realizes their vision of making the beauty of their magnificent natural surroundings part of the interior living experience and vice versa. Thoughtful landscape design, carefully crafted outbuildings, and the charming presence of miniature goats, donkeys and hens complete the picture.

Steve Giannetti is a renowned architect, and Brooke Giannetti is an interior decorator and the voice of the Velvet and Linen blog. Co-authors of the design blockbuster Patina Style, they also own the Giannetti Home store, with furniture and home products in their signature “Patina style.” Brooke and Steve’s new book Patina Farm recounts their collaboration on building their own idyllic retreat in Ojai, California.

Purchase Patina Farm and have it signed after the lecture. Books are available for purchase in the Show Floor lobby and outside the Karl F. Dean Grand Ballroom before and after the lecture. A portion of book sales proceeds go to Show beneficiaries!

SPONSORED BY

Southern Home Vicki & Kerry McCluggage

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Design Panel Lecture

The Dream Team Saturday, February 4

11:00 a.m.

Four of the top designers in the US today will engage the entertaining wit of author and design panel moderator, Robert Leleux. Robert will guide Mary McDonald, Nathan Turner and Jesse Carrier & Mara Miller through a spirited discussion of these stylemakers’ sources of inspiration – where they travel for ideas, the influence of other designers, eras that color their designs and global style hot spots on the rise today. The team will also discuss the role traditional and social media play in their cultivated styles, lives and careers.

Mary McDonald is an award-winning, internationally recognized interior designer based out of Los Angeles. She is the author of best-selling Rizzoli book Mary McDonald Interiors and starred in the Bravo TV series Million Dollar Decorators and Property Envy. Her work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Architectural Digest, Vogue, Bazaar, Town & Country, House Beautiful, New York Magazine, The New York Times and ELLE DECOR as well as many other well-known publications. Her licensed product lines include two acclaimed fabric collections for F. Schumacher & Company, lighting for Robert Abbey, rugs for Patterson, Flynn and Martin and furniture for Chaddock.

Jesse Carrier and Mara Miller, the principals of Carrier and Company Interiors, are a husband-and-wife duo who create rooms featuring a confident mix of timeless and contemporary design. Always refined and sophisticated, lightfilled and airy, the Carriers’ work ranges in style from elegantly traditional, to luxuriously minimalist, to glamorously bohemian. Their newly published book, Carrier and Company: Positively Chic Interiors, offers tours of the private spaces of highly influential tastemakers in the fields of fashion and media, featuring the homes of Anna Wintour, editor-inchief of Vogue; Jay Fielden, editor-in-chief of Esquire; fashion designer Jason Wu; and photographer Annie Leibovitz, among others. Named to the prestigious Architectural Digest AD 100 and ELLE DECOR’s A-List, the Carriers’ work has also been featured in Vogue, Town & Country, House Beautiful, Oprah and World Of Interiors.

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Nathan Turner’s passion for world travel and his intimate familiarity with the design heritage of his home state of California have informed his aesthetic. Whether inspiration comes in the form of his unique take on English/ Bohemian style or from his trips to favorite destinations like Istanbul and Mexico City, Nathan’s diverse life experiences give his work a distinctive cultural layering that is at once global in scope and highly personal to each client. Nathan’s designs, parties and products have been featured in major national and regional publications, including Architectural Digest, ELLE DECOR, Vogue, VERANDA, Domino, Vogue Living, Town & Country, House Beautiful, Details, Food & Wine, and C magazine. In 2012, Abrams published Nathan’s popular lifestyle book, Nathan Turner’s American Style. Nathan has also starred in Bravo’s Million Dollar Decorators, is a regular entertaining expert on The Today Show, and has appeared on Extra, The Early Show on CBS, TBS’s Movie and a Makeover, Good Day LA and Good Day NY. In 2008 “Nathan Turner for Elite Leather” was launched and can be found in Bloomingdale’s stores across the country.

Design Panel Moderator Robert Leleux is the author of two books, The Memoirs of a Beautiful Boy and The Living End. He was the managing editor of Lonny and the editor of domino. His rich, insightful and often humorous essays and articles have appeared in The New York Times, The New York Times Magazine and The Huffington Post. Robert is also the founder of the famed Southern Style Now Festival & Showhouse and author of a new book of the same name, Southern Style Now: Bold Interiors from the New South, forthcoming this year. The book explores regional design and features the work of talented newcomers considered by Robert to be the “class acts of Southern design.”

Purchase books from the Design Panel speakers and have them signed after the lecture. Books are available for purchase in the Show Floor lobby and outside Karl F. Dean Grand Ballroom before and after the lecture. A portion of book sales proceeds go to Show beneficiaries!

SPONSORED BY

Milieu Designers Gallery Ironware International

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To the Trade Showroom

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• HICKORY CHAIR • HIGHLAND HOUSE • JESSICA CHARLES • LEE • LILLIAN AUGUST •

• SHERRILL • THEODORE ALEXANDER • VANGUARD • VISUAL COMFORT • WESLEY HALL •

ARTERIORS • BERNHARDT • C R LAINE • CENTURY • CHADDOCK • CHRISTOPHER GUY • CURREY & CO. • GABBY • GLOSTER • HANCOCK & MOORE


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Events of a Lifetime Tara Guérard Saturday, February 4 2:00 p.m.

Tara Guérard will inspire us with the extraordinary creativity of her wedding and event design expertise sharing a few of her special tips for creating the one-of-a-kind event environments that have become her signature. The special personal touches and attention to the smallest details have given Tara a reputation for delighting hosts and guests alike, leaving all who attend her soirées spellbound. Sit back and soak up Tara’s unique alchemy of antique elements, flowers and rich fabrics. Listen as Tara describes how to use the beauty of natural surroundings and a little old-fashioned set-design magic to create unforgettable environments for special occasions.

Recognized as one of the nation’s leading tastemakers, style expert Tara Guérard has been featured in Food & Wine, InStyle, Southern Living, Traditional Home, House Beautiful, Town & Country Weddings, Martha Stewart Weddings and has appeared on The Martha Stewart Show, The Nate Berkus Show and the Style Network. Named by Vogue as one of the country’s top wedding planners, Tara is the author of two books, Southern Weddings: New Looks from the Old South and Weddings.

Purchase Weddings and have it signed after the lecture. Books are available for purchase in the Show Floor lobby and outside Karl F. Dean Grand Ballroom before and after the lecture. A portion of book sales proceeds go to Show beneficiaries!

SPONSORED BY

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Please Be Seated The Pink Bride

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2017 GARDEN DESIGNERS GARDEN AWARDS

Each year, a selection of interactive, professionally designed gardens are featured for the enjoyment of visitors. A select committee of judges honors garden designers with special awards.* The Bryant Fleming Award for Best of Show is presented to the garden that represents the Best of Show with respect to structure, horticulture, and creativity. *The Cheekwood garden is for exhibition only and is not eligible for awards.

2017 AWARD JUDGES Tara Armistead, Landscape Architect; Elizabeth McAlister, Community Volunteer; Michael Shane Neal, Portrait Artist

Cheekwood Patrick Larkin & Sarah Lowe

Patrick Larkin serves as Senior Vice President of Gardens for Cheekwood. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in horticulture from Virginia Tech and a 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 at the Smithsonian Institution’s Enid A. Haupt Garden. He later served as Director of Horticulture and Operations at the American Horticultural Society’s headquarters. 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, California, and Executive Director of Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden in Claremont, California. 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.

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Gale Higgs of Nashville Landscape Systems, Inc. has been providing landscaping, irrigation, maintenance and drainage services 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 his rich knowledge of just the right techniques and materials for successful landscapes in our region, Gale Higgs has cared year-round for a number of high-profile estates in Middle Tennessee, as well as Cheekwood.


2017 GARDEN DESIGNERS

Scott Dismukes, RLA Firma | Landscape Architecture & Planning

Scott Dismukes, Firma’s founding principal, has developed a portfolio including The Metropolitan Museum of Art 5th Avenue Plaza, the Weill Roof Terrace at Carnegie Hall, and the National Gallery of Art’s Landscape Renewal Master Plan. In addition to working with cultural and educational institutions, Scott’s design experience includes public parks, mixed-use developments, large scale master planning initiatives, and boutique residential design. After earning an MLA from Auburn University, Scott worked for 12 years at OLIN in Philadelphia. In 2015 Scott relocated to Nashville, TN where he established Firma’s studio to meet the demands of the growing regional market while continuing to serve clients nationwide. Tory Fitzgibbon, an interior designer with 13 years experience in both commercial and residential design, strives to bring clean lines, modern shapes and rich color to any space. Tory earned a B.A. from Southern Methodist University and an M.B.A. from Vanderbilt University.

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2017 GARDEN DESIGNERS

Phillipe Chadwick

Phillipe Chadwick‘s flower designs are vibrant, elegant and sentimental. His arrangements make every event meaningful and personal. Phillipe himself is a treasure trove of knowledge about plants and flowers. A native and current resident of Nashville, Phillipe Spencer Chadwick received a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from Mississippi State University in 2006. Phillipe began his career as a landscape architect, managing civic designs for the city of Franklin, TN. In 2009, Phillipe joined Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art as a horticulturalist, catapulting this venerable institution to a new level of hip. Keeping all designs provocative and cutting edge, Phillipe breathed new life into Cheekwood’s gardens, transforming them into lush scenes of texture and color. Cheekwood’s special events were punctuated by fresh, bright flower arrangements that showed his influence. Now working independently, Phillipe has established a strong reputation in Nashville for crafting memorable weddings and impressive event visuals. His resume includes The Antiques and Garden Show, the TPAC Gala, and Chukkers for Charity. Occasionally, Phillipe hosts Volunteer Gardener on NPT. He collaborates with every client to transform their ideas into reality. Phillipe’s professional attitude is the epitome of class and style, and his designs never fail to impress.

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2017 GARDEN DESIGNERS

Troy Rhone Lee Greathouse & William Greathouse

With great thoughtfulness and conviction to deliver the very best in quality, aesthetic, functionality and purpose, Troy Rhone creates gardens that are extensions of the interiors–they are rooted and connected historically and architecturally and align with the personalities and lifestyles of those who reside there. He is innately talented and sure to use his gifts to enrich others’ lives with his calm demeanor, thoughtful approach and honesty. People are drawn to him and long lasting relationships are formed. Troy began designing gardens while still working to obtain his degree in horticulture from Auburn University, but his interest and passion for beautiful gardens began taking root as a child raised in a family of artists, gardeners, and writers. He was destined to thrive along this pathway of beauty, reverence for creation, and providing others with the experience of an awakened spirit that surfaces in the context of ones own garden sanctuary. Troy is based in Birmingham, Alabama with projects that extend from coast to coast. Lee Greathouse has been in the horticultural industry for over 40 years, and his son, Will, has been in the industry for 10 years. They have worked together on the installation and management of countless landscape projects throughout Nashville, large and small; commercial and residential. As the principles of The Greathouse Company, LLC, they bring vast knowledge and expertise to every aspect of the landscape process. Lee J. Greathouse is a certified landscape professional with 40+ years of experience. He holds a B.S. in Ornamental Horticulture and Landscape Design from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville William S. Greathouse has 10 years of experience, and holds a B.S. Business – Marketing from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. GARDENS SPONSORED BY

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Upcoming at Cheekwood Historic Initiatives - Restoring Cheekwood Opening June 17, 2017 Although the idea of Cheekwood likely brewed in the minds of Mabel and Leslie Cheek, Sr. for many years, construction of the expansive estate began in 1929 and was completed in 1932. Surrounded by a beautifully planned landscape, the four levels of the Cheekwood mansion were adorned with fine, antique furnishings that complimented the historic aesthetic architect Bryant Fleming achieved with the Georgian-style designed structure. Nearly 85 years after the Cheek family moved into their home, Cheekwood will bring the original vision of Mabel, Leslie and Bryant back to life with the Historic Initiative Refurnishing project. Debuting in June 2017, the Ground and First Floor of Cheekwood will feature several spaces that have been diligently researched, scientifically analyzed, and physically reproduced to reflect the original, 1930s design intent. To achieve this great undertaking, numerous original objects were returned to Cheekwood, including carved and gilt wall sconces, multi-generational family portraits, and intimate heirlooms—to name a few. Items that no longer exist were specifically sourced as near-duplicates of the original furnishings or commissioned as identical pieces. For example, the original 16th-century Flemish-inspired tapestry that cascaded the Ground Floor Entrance Hall, based on a painting by David Teniers the Younger (1610-90), could not be located, resulting in Cheekwood commissioning an identical tapestry reproduction, matching the original composition, subject matter, and dimensions. Paint analysis and exploratory architectural work have also taken place. The revitalized Cheekwood will be revealed to the public in conjunction with Cheekwood’s summer 2017 exhibit, the highly-acclaimed Dressing Downton: Changing Fashion for Changing Times, featuring costumes from the acclaimed drama Downton Abbey®. Through the bedecked rooms and bedazzled costumes, visitors will transcend to a bygone era, experiencing early-20th century style in its many forms. The refurnishing of the Cheek Mansion has been made possible by The AWC Family Foundation, Mr. and Mrs. William F. Andrews, and the Founding Members of The 1929 Club. Dressing Downton is co-presented by First Tennessee Bank and GSRM Law.

Collection of Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art.

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Cheekwood in Bloom March 18 – April 23 There’s no place more beautiful than Cheekwood in the spring as over 100,000 tulips spill from our gardens to create an unforgettably colorful, vibrant experience. Daffodils, magnolias, redbuds and dogwoods are also in on the act, embodying the cheerfulness of the season 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 arrival of spring. Cheekwood in Bloom is Presented by SunTrust Bank.

Cheekwood in Bloom Themed Weekends Celebrate Cheekwood’s gardens with themed programming each weekend.

Cheekwood in Bloom By The Numbers 150,000: Bulbs planted Fall 2016 103,100: Tulips, including 3,000 tulips in

March 18-19 Herb Study Garden March 25-26 Bradford Robertson Color Garden April 1-2 Howe Garden April 8-9 Sigourney Cheek Literary Garden, celebrating Drop Everything & Read Day April 15-16 Spring Art Hop Weekend April 22-23 National Arbor Day Celebration Dogs & Dogwoods Day

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Every Saturday and Sunday • Featured garden tours • Live music • Beer garden

Every Saturday • Family studio drop-in ‘ART’ivities with a special theme • Children’s story time in the Sigourney Cheek Literary Garden • Real bunnies and friends with Clover Patch Sanctuary • Featured entertainment across Cheekwood’s grounds • Garden demonstrations

Every Sunday • Sketch & Sip: drop-in drawing activity across Cheekwood’s grounds • Yoga in the Gardens

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Sponsoring the Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville Since 1991

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 business leaders 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 on 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 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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Show Supporters GOLDEN BENEFACTORS Mrs. Ann Griffith Ash Debbie and Buddy Best Barbara and Jack Bovender Lou Ann and Gary Brown Connie and Tom Cigarran Mr. and Mrs. Neely Coble III Denise and Sam DeVane Eric Ross Interiors Carol and Bobby Frist Julie and Tommy Frist Mrs. Patricia C. Frist

Mr. and Mrs. Kerry B. Graham Lesley Green Linda Harris Mr. and Mrs. Eric T. Helman Mrs. Sandra Hurlburt Stephanie C. Ingram Donna and Michael Kestner Kate and Meredith Lunati Jennie and Rob McCabe Mr. and Mrs. Donald I. N. McKenzie Mr. and Mrs. William A. Oldacre, Jr.

Elizabeth and Larry Papel Mrs. Pauline Astrum Pons Mr. & Mrs. Gustavus A. Puryear IV Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Rolfe Mr. and Mrs. John J. Sangervasi Jonathan Savage and Bradley Wensel Jane and Ben Sloan Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey B. Smith Elizabeth B. Stadler EBS Foundation Joyce A. Vise

BENEFACTORS Melanie and David Baker Kate and Steven Ezell Ms. Christine Barggren Ms. Elizabeth H. Foss Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Bartholomew III Ms. Karyn M. Frist, Karyn McLaughlin Frist Fund of the Community Ray Booth of McAlpine Foundation of Middle Tennessee Mr. and Mrs. Douglas G. Bradbury III Kae and Tom Gallagher Mr. and Mrs. Gregory L. Burns Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Geraghty Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Chapman Julie and Bob Gordon Mark and Bette Christofersen Joanne Hayes Andrea Conte and Philip Bredesen Mr. and Mrs. John S. Hicks Linda and Ben Davis Dr. Alice Hinton Annette de la Renta Brian Jackson and Roger Moore Dr. and Mrs. Mark Deaton Mr. and Mrs. Clay T. Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Dan Decker Margaret and James Dunn

Elise B. and Robert W. Lykins Charitable Foundation Stephen and Andrea Lainhart Pamela and Mark Lamp Lisa and David Manning Mr. and Mrs. Ben May Linda and Rock Morphis Blaire and Davis Murfree Abbe and Steve Quarles Mary and Tim Schoettle Dr. and Mrs. William A. Shell, Jr. The Bank of Nashville - Synovus Lori and Dennis Weitzel

PATRONS

Lin and Bill Andrews Annali Interiors Mrs. Hunter Armistead Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Beasley Mr. and Mrs. William Billington, Jr. Marsha Blackburn Ann and Til Bourland Margaret and Patrick S. Boyd Judith Bracken Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Braun Mr. and Mrs. E. Brian Brown Martin Brown, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Swan Burrus Dr. & Mrs. Benjamin F. Byrd III Mr. and Mrs. Robert Roe Campbell, Jr. Chad James Group Nicky Weaver and Jim Cheek Mr. and Mrs. James H. Cheek IV Will T. Cheek Mr. and Mrs. Leslie D. Coble Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Cook, Jr. Steve Sirls and Allen DeCuyper Cindy and Baird Dixon

Laurie and Steven Eskind Polly and Alex Ryerson Ron D. Farris Mr. and Mrs. Ron Samuels Ann and Waverly Graham Kate and Eric Satz Carolyne Hadden Terri and Blair Schmidt-Fellner Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Hilton Mrs. J. Ronald Scott Alice J. Hooker Mrs. Jack W. Shepherd Kathleen Janke Joanne and Gary Slaughter Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Kyle Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Small Mary Leyden and Torry Johnson Dr. and Mrs. Stan Snyder Jane and Don MacLeod Dr. and Mrs. Dan Spengler Jane and Michael McClain Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Steele Elizabeth and Mark McDonald Leigh Anne Strickland and Shane Hutton Tricia and Doug McDowell Elaine and Bruce Sullivan Sue and Michael Minch Sallie and Sammie Swor Beth and Paul Moore Mr. and Mrs. Don Taylor Neal Clayton Realtors Reverend and Mrs. Tim Taylor Lee and Allen Oakley Tennessee Bank & Trust Dana and Bond Oman Mr. and Mrs. Waymon R. Tipton Robin and David Puryear Susan and Don Transeth Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Regan Dr. Jan van Eys Emily J. Reynolds Dr. and Mrs. William Whetsell, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. J. Allen Reynolds III Jerry and Ernie Williams Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Rick Wyatt Childs, Inc Bo and Sherry Childs Dr. and Mrs. John A. Riddick

CONTRIBUTORS Mr. and Mrs. James L. Beckner Kathryn and David Brown May Dean Eberling

Mr. and Mrs. David B. Ingram Ellen Lehman Betty Sanford

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2017 National Advisory Committee Carolyn Englefield VERANDA New York, New York VERANDA.com

In Memory of Ryan Gainey

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 Angeles, 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

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Ryan Gainey was a beloved participant, advisor and mentor to the Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville for nearly 25 years. As an extraordinary exhibitor, a consistent supporter, a member of our National Advisory Board, and a three-time show lecturer, Ryan capitivated audiences each and every time he spoke. In 2010, Ryan masterfully constructed one of the most breathtaking Entry Garden centerpieces the Show has ever seen, dedicating it to the memory of his gardening friend and mentor, Rosemary Verney. Ryan was as creative and flamboyant with his attire as he was with his exceptional craft. After being introduced to him by Nashville Garden Club and A&G Show devotee Jane Sloan, a Show guest turned to her and said, “Who was that masked man?�! Ryan Gainey was a unique talent, a man treasured by all of us here at the Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville. We will miss him.


Beneficiaries Now celebrating our 27th year, the Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville has raised nearly $7 million for Cheekwood and ECON charities.

Cheekwood Cheekwood is Nashville’s beloved 1930’s-era 55-acre estate, Botanical Garden and Museum of Art. Awarded the honor of “Top 10 Best Public Gardens” in the USA Today Reader’s Choice Awards, Cheekwood brings art, education and horticulture to hundreds of thousands of visitors, families and school children every year.

ECON The Economic Club of Nashville (ECON) is a nonprofit dedicated to raising funds for more than 20 important charities focused on children and families in the Nashville area. ECON also provides a dynamic forum for community leaders to discuss economic, social and political issues of special interest to our region.

Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville Mission The Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville is an annual charity event whose purpose is to raise funds for Cheekwood and ECON, by exhibiting the highest quality antiques, landscaped gardens and horticultural items and by offering a related educational outreach program.

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2017 Committee Committee

ANTIQUES

COMMITTEE KICKOFF

Chairman

Janette Smith

Dana Miller Birgitta Williamson

Chairman Emeritus

CORPORATE LIAISON

Connie Cigarran

Molly Craig

Mimi DeCamp Kaaren May Tricia McDowell Ann Page Lori Weitzel

Committee

CUSTOMER SERVICE

HOSPITALITY

Betsy Brittain Susan Geraghty

Nina Davidson Lee Oakley

Dealer Logistics

DEALER LIAISON

Sarah Bartholomew Debbie Best Julie Dretler Lorie Duke Kae Gallagher Jackie Hicks Laura Roberts Jonathan Savage Margot Shaw Jane Sloan Birgitta Williamson

Tori Wimberly

BADGES

Pam Lamp Caroline Lindsey

Kisha Campbell

EARLY SHOPPING

BENEFACTORS SOLICITATION LETTER

Eric and Ruthann Ross

Sarah Bartholomew Debbie Best

FLORAL DESIGN

BOURBON PARTY

GARDENS

Chairmen

Chairmen

Lou Farrell

Chairmen

Holly Barnhart Grace Clayton

Martha Chapman Steve Sirls

Hosts

Awards

Amy and Kenneth Adams Tori and Dave Alexander Jeremey Barnhart Elizabeth Bradbury Ashley and Will Brockman Kayln and Colin Crosby Katie and Charlie Gibson Amy and Bennett Graham Camellia and Will Howorth Frank Hundley Minnette and Clay Jackson Jennie Garth and Rob Lowe Hutch Martin Mamie and Carl Murphy Jessica Osaki and Houston Howell Hannah and Marc Ozburn Blair and KB Parkes Brooke and Russell Riebeling Caroline and Greg Sirko Caroline and Benson Sloan Jenny and Paul Steele Marie Young

CALLIGRAPHY Mary Catherine Glassford

CATALOG AD SALES Wendy Gatto Kaaren May

Margaret Boyd Judy Wright

GENERAL COMMITTEE Amy Graham Mary Kay Hunt Andrea Lainhart Heidi Richardson Jonathan Savage Caroline Sloan Julie Smith Rhymes Stabler

GROUP SALES

Chairmen

Lucie Carroll

Committee

Karen Fleming Fran Overbey

Ambassadors

Sara Baker Betsy Burrus Susan Campbell Paiden Hite Margaret Martin Susan Transeth

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Nancy Deaton Ashley Stringfellow

LECTURES

Chairmen

Liza Coleman Shea Ghertner

Audio Visual Coordinator Brooke Trusley

Committee

Hillary Cooper Julie Dretler Martha Galyon Wendy Gatto Barbara Hagood Sarah Holstein Jessica Jennings Corinne Kidd Mary Morgan Ketchel Alexandra Morris Lauren Pendleton Amy Richards Jordan Thompson Brande Thomas

Gifts and Bookplates Laura Roberts

Hostesses

Harkness Brown Maury Woolwine

Logistics

Christine Kyle Kristin Taylor

Ticket Management Laura Bearden Caroline Coulton


2017 Committee Book Signing

Mary Catherine Glassford Nancy Gruber Bernadette Murphy Leigh Anne Strickland Sadhna Williams

LIST MANAGEMENT Melanie Baker Ann Buchanan Jennie Garth Lowe Alice Whitson

MAILINGS Mary Byrd Sallie Swor

MUSIC IN THE GARDENS John and Chris Grimes

PHOTOGRAPHY Mary Catherine Glassford Beth Easter Nan Evans

PREVIEW PARTY

Chairmen

Ansel Cline Hugh Howser Lauren Ross

Committee

Blair Blair Beth Garza Shawn Haile

Blair Laborde Vera Lee Catherine Martin Devon McFarland Elizabeth Moore Amy Richards Brande Thomas

Hosts

Sarah and Bo Bartholomew John Cline Susan and Jerry Geraghty Paiden and Dan Hite Mary Kay and Davis Hunt Mary Leyden and Torry Johnson Jay Joyner Christine and Elliott Kyle Jennie Garth and Rob Lowe Margaret and Phil Martin Bernadette and Pat Murphy Jackson Ross Rebecca and Grant Rutledge Kate and Eric Satz Jonathan Savage and Brad Wensel Julie and George Smith Suzanne and Stan Snyder

Reservations

Deborah Lovett

PROOFING Kate Satz

SHOW BANK Nancy Britt Bill DeCamp

SHOW OFFICE Dana Miller Ellen Tanner

SIGNAGE Kate Buttarazzi Gwyn Spencer Kathy Williams

SOCIAL PRESS Sylvia Bradbury

SPONSORSHIP Steve Blackmon Grant Glassford Kerry Graham Ben May Donald McKenzie George Miller Drew Robinson Waymon Tipton Don Transeth

TICKETING Elizabeth Foss

VENUE LIAISON Drew Robinson

VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR Lee Oakley

MUSIC IN THE GARDENS sponsored by Cabinberry Farm Orchards and Events, co-owned by Chris & John Grimes

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Antiques & Garden Show Leadership

Past Chairmen & Advisory Committee 2016

2003

Elizabeth Coble Amy Liz Riddick

Karen Fleming Lucy Haynes

2015 Julie Fleming Kae Gallagher

2002 Lou Ann Brown Marjorie Clements

2014

2016-2017 Board of Directors

Mindy Jacoway Vee Vee Scott

Mr. Andrew Robinson, Jr. Chairman/President

Dana Miller Birgitta Williamson

2001 Betsy Brittain Janette Smith

2013

Ms. Brittany Adkins Schaffer Secretary Mr. Troy J. Tschantz Treasurer

2012 Sarah Bartholomew Debbie Best

2011 Kathy Rolfe Betsy Wilt

BOARD MEMBERS

2010

Mrs. Sarah Bartholomew

Donna Dalton Carolyn Hannon

Mrs. Debbie Best Mrs. Nancy C. Deaton

2009

Ms. Elizabeth Foss

Tracy Frazier Mary Jo Shankle

Mr. Patrick Larkin Mr. George Miller Mrs. Kathy Rolfe Mrs. Janette S. Smith

2000 Mary Gambill Beth Moore

2008 Sandy Sangervasi Cathy Shell

1999 Emily James Betsy Wills

1998 Kate Ezell Jane Waterlow

1997 Kim Davis Lesley Green Anne Morgan

1996 Elaine Sullivan Julie Walker

Mr. Javier Solano

2007 Barbara Burns Julie Gordon

DIRECTORS EMERITUS Mr. Stephen E. (Steve) Blackmon, Jr. Mrs. Connie M. Cigarran Mrs. Jane F. Sloan Mr. Stephen R. Wells

2006 Liz Harwell Julia Johnson

2005 Nancy Deaton Elizabeth Papel

1995 Holly Bryant Jackie Hicks

1994 Libby Page Lynne Rhett

1993 Jane Sloan Anne Whetsell

2004

1992

Ann Buchanan Amy Colton

Donna Kestner Peggy Kinnard

1991 FOUNDERS

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Sigourney Cheek Connie Cigarran


A Special Thank You 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: KERRY, BENNETT, AMY, AVERY & MADELINE GRAHAM JEFFREY, CONNOR, MERRITT & ELLIE SMITH Although there are countless volunteers and friends who donated their time and talents to the 2017 Show, we would like to extend a special thanks to the following: Holly Barnhart

ECON Volunteers

Liberty Party Rentals

Ruthann & Eric Ross

Sarah Bartholomew

Randy Erickson

Debbie Best

Katie Ezell

Twyla Lambert Clark, Lithographics, Inc.

Aubrey Ryman

Buddy Blackmon & Company

Elizabeth Foss

Nancy Britt

Jocee Geraghty

Wendy Gatto

Peter Bucci

Susan Geraghty

Sarah Burningham

Shea Ghertner

Andrew Byrd

Emily Gibbs

Susan Campbell

Mary Catherine Glassford

Lucie Carroll

John & Chris Grimes

Laura Chadwick

Betty Hadley

Martha Chapman

Paiden Hite

Connie Cigarran

Dean Hitt & Michael Boyd

Grace Clayton

Kathy Hodge, Sage Design

Ansel Cline

Peyton Hoge

Elizabeth Coble

Hugh Howser

Jill Cohen

Pam Huff

Willie Cole Photography

Caroline Jeronimus

Liza Coleman

Anne Laurence Johnson

Jennifer Colquitt

Diane Johnson

Mary Brenna Corr

McKenzie Johnson

Caroline Coulton Molly Craig Nina Davidson

Mary Leyden Johnson

Lauren Ross

Robert Leleux

Jonathan Savage

Caroline Lindsey

Brittany Schaffer

Deborah Lovett

Chris Schappert

Sarah Lowe

Derek Schartung

Jane MacLeod

Eric Schultenover

Kaaren May

Margot Shaw

Vicki and Kerry McCluggage

Caroline Sirko Steve Sirls

Marty McGinty

Janette Smith

Dana & George Miller

Jane Sloan

Katie Miner

Javier Solano

Kelly Mulhall

Beth Spyridon

Meg Nichols

Ashley Stringfellow

Lee Oakley

Melinda Swann

O’More College of Art & Design Volunteers

Waymon Tipton Troy Tschantz

Michael Pisano

Stephen Wells

Alice Randall

Ken Warrington

Jared Rauso, Make It Pop Creations

Bunny Williams

Amy Liz Riddick

Birgitta Williamson

Jay Joyner & Joyner Hogan

Laura Roberts

Melissa Wilson

Caroline Kendall

Drew Robinson

Tori Wimberly

Christine Kyle

Kathy Rolfe

Leonard Wolf

Nancy Deaton Bill DeCamp

Patrick Larkin

A very special THANK YOU to Shannon Shears, Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville Event Coordinator and the driving force behind the 2017 Show. Thank you, Shannon, for always making the Show the success that it is! An extra special thank you to our outstanding Marketing & Creative Team. You all have been a tremendous help promoting our 2017 A&G Show “Cultivated Style”: Kerry Graham & Don Transeth, The Brand Hotel; Jennifer Poythress, Tori Ross & Macey Cleary, Reed Public Relations; Stephanie Simkin, Stone & Steel Creative; Tom Davis, Davis Creative; Scott Greer, Greer Interactive; Leigh Grugett, Ad Staff Media.

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Antiques Dealers Alcott Interiors A-1 Nashville, TN alcottinteriors.com

Artifacts A-3 Nashville, TN 615-351-1267

B & B Johnson A-50 Sarasota, FL 207-251-6437

Barley Twist A-52

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Barometer Fair A-15 Sarasota, FL barometerfair.com

Bob Withington A-29 York, ME withingtonand companyantiques.com

Butte’s Antiques A-50 Thomasville, GA 770-335-2259

C. M. Leonard Antiques A-42 South Salem, NY 914-763-8032

Caroline Faison A-2 Antiques Greensboro, NC carolinefaison.com

Charles Edwin Puckett A-67 Akron, OH cepuckett.com

Charles Hanlon A-23 Palm Beach, FL 813-254-2548

D. R. Grissom A-53 Collection/Estate & Fine Jewelry Charleston, SC drgrissomcollection.com

Dana Kelly A-33 Oriental Rugs

Lexington, KY danakellyrugs.com

Don Fields Craig A-63 Ringstad Antiques

Embellish Antiques A-65 Chapel Hill, NC embellishantiques.com

Essex Antiquarians A-13 Essex, MA 978-808-8231

Finnegan Gallery A-11 Chicago, IL finnegangallery.com

Foreign Affair A-39 Roswell, GA foreignaffairintl.com

Garden Variety Design A-28 Nashville, TN gardenvarietydesign.com

George Getlik Fine Art A-45 Atlanta, GA georgegetlikfineart.com

Hedgerow Antiques A-20 Atlanta, GA hedgerowantiques.com

Holt Isom Antiques A-48 Waynesville, NC hhwalkerandcompany.net

J & M Antiques A-4 Bonita Springs, FL jandmantiques.com

James Sansum A-66 Fine & Decorative Art New York, NY jamessansum.com

Jayne Thompson A-22 Antiques and Design

Harrodsburg, KY jaynethompsonantiques.com

Jesse Davis A-61

London, U.K. jessedavisantiques.co.uk

Jon Rider Antiques A-9 Essex, MA 978-768-7441

Kenny Ball Antiques A-56 Charlottesville, VA kennyballantiques.com

Kevin L. Perry, Inc. A-59

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Camden, SC 941-504-5765

Earle Vandekar A-26 of Knightsbridge

King’s House A-54 Oriental Rugs, LLC

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Ed Nash Art A-51

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Lynda Willauer A-18 Antiques

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Majolica, LLC A-38

Houston, TX & Paris, France 917-334-7982

Mario Pollo A-9 Holliston, MA 1stnline.com

McDonough Fine Art A-60 Atlanta, GA mcdonoughfineart.com

Michael Higgins A-62 Antiques Atlanta, GA higginsantiques.com

Michael Hall Antiques A-32 and Fine Art Nashville, TN michaelhallantiques.com

Olivier Fleury A-49 Winter Park, FL ofleury.com

Parrin & Co.

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Pascal Colletier A-36 Chicago, IL 312-213-1900

Pascal Home A-8 Watkinsville, GA pascalhome.com

Patricia Marie A-0 Fine Jewelry

Nashville, TN patriciamariefinejewelry.com

Pickwick Antiques A-19 Montgomery, AL pickwickantiques.com

Poverty Hollow A-17 Newton, CT 203-426-2931

Prints Charming Soho A-27 New York, NY printscharmingsoho.com

Rawlings Antiques A-34 Bowling Green, KY 270-843-9928

Roger D. Winter Ltd A-46 Bucks County, PA 215-794-5926

Schorr & Dobinsky A-16 Bridgehampton, NY schorranddobinsky.com

Sheridan Loyd A-41 Antiques & Decorative Arts St. Joseph, MO sheridanloyd.com

Sherwood Antiques A-58 Macon, GA sherwoodantiques.net

Simmons Léonce A-18.B Memphis, TN & Westport, CT leonceantiques.com

S.J. Shrubsole A-7 New York, NY shrubsole.com

Somerset Antiques A-5 Leesburg, VA 703-777-9379

Stanford Fine Art A-64 Nashville, TN stanfordfineart.com

The Philadelphia A-35 Print Shop, Ltd. Philadelphia, PA philaprintshop.com

The Silver Vault A-47 Woodstock, IL 815-337-3990

Thomas M. Fortner A-44 Antiques Memphis, TN 901-452-3207

Trace Mayer A-57 Louisville, KY tracemayer.com

Tutto dal Mondo A-12 Penn Valley, PA tuttodalmondo.com

TwoMaisons A-6 Longmont, CO pinterest.com/twomaisons

Village Antiques A-21 At Biltmore Asheville, NC villageantiquesonline.com

Village Braider A-31 Plymouth, MA villagebraider.com

Whitehall Antiques A-43 Chapel Hill, NC whitehallantiques.com

Yew Tree House A-25 New York, NY yewtreehouseantiques.com

Zane Moss Antiques A-24 Sharon, CT zanemossantiques.com


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Memphis, TN 901-454-6200

Nashville, TN enebyhome.com

Acanthus Studios H-2

Fairbrother Designs H-24

Stockbridge, GA acanthusstudios.com

West Point, MS fairbrotherdesigns.com

Adele Sypesteyn Art H-57

Fairy Abode H-47

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Allen Lowman H-28

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Giana Allen Design H-24

Franklin, TN avecmoifranklin.com

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Ben & Lael Copper, Inc. H-35

Giannetti Home H-29

Nashville, TN benandlael.com

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Brenner Valdez H-61

Greg’s Antiques H-54 & Garden Iron

Tampa, FL 813-244-7120

Building Number 9 H-50 Nashville, TN buildingnumber9.com

Campbell House H-27 Antiques

Covington, KY gregsantiques.com

Gum Tree Farm H-39

Middleburg, VA gumtreefarmdesigns.com

H + K Gallery H-5

Cookeville, TN 931-526-7352

Spartanburg, SC handkgallery.com

Cheekwood Gift Shop H-33

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Hastening Designs H-30

Westmoreland, TN 615-841-3551

Creekside Garden Center H-63 Nashville, TN creekside106.com

David A. Zabriskie H-41 Lake Placid, NY 518-524-4488

Druid Tree Service, Inc. H-12 Nashville, TN druidtree.com

Eastover Collection H-16 Charlotte, NC eastovercollection.com

Elephant Walk H-56 Interiors & Antiques, Inc

Orlando, FL elephantwalkantiques.com

Middleburg, VA hasteningdesigns.com

Holt Isom Antiques H-64

Julie Harris H-9 Kansas City, MO julieharrisllc.com

Kathy Tobler Silver H-48 Granbury, TX 817-889-3661

La Cigale H-36 Mt. Gretna, PA lacigale-usa.com

Laval Antiques H-42 Atlanta, GA plaval.com

Lola & Bess H-65 Charleston, SC lolaandbess.com

Longwood Antique H-18 Woods

Sante Fe, NM jefflittrellantiques.com

Jon Beasley Antiques H-21 and Interior Design Cookeville, TN 931-252-0828

Sacred Heart Antiques H-15 Tupelo, MS 662-352-3027

Sandstone Gardens H-1 Joplin, MO sandstonegardens.com

Scarlett Scales Antiques H-3 Franklin, TN scarlettscales.com

Selective Gardener H-34

Sheila Lynch Antiques H-49

Greensboro, NC hpadc.com

M. Fowler Antiques H-59 Destin, FL mfowlerantiques.com

Madison James H-11 New York, NY madisonjames.com

Mister T’s Patio H-26 Nashville, TN mistertspatiofurniture.com

Moss Studios H-24 Fowlerville, MI mossstudiosinc.com

Nashville Rug Gallery H-25 Nashville, TN nashvilleruggallery.com

Horizons America, Inc. H-37

Jeff Littrell Antiques H-40

Homer, MI 352-409-7662

Luisana Designs H-8 and Antiques

Nashville, TN outdoorlights.com

Braddock Heights, MD inbloomjewelry.com

Roberts Antiques H-60

Brentwood, TN selectivegardener.com

Outdoor Lighting H-13 Perspectives

Inbloom Jewelry H-14

Panama City, Panama reallygoodllc.org

Lexington, KY longwoodantiquewoods.com

Waynesville, NC hhwalkerandcompany.net

Conyers, GA horizonsltd.com

Really Good LLC/ H-52 Howard Price Fine Art

Peacock Alley H-43 Nashville, TN peacockalley.com

Peony’s Envy H-45 Bernardsville, NJ peonysenvy.com

Mount Airy, NC 336-500-1889

Southern Light, Inc. H-46 Nashville, TN southernlightonline.com

Stony Lonesome H-20 Spring Hill, TN stonylonesome.com

The Compleat Flea H-10 Atlanta, GA thecompleatflea.com

The Gunn Collection H-53 Nashville, TN 615-579-3127

Thomas Siciliano, H-38 Papermaker Eden Prairie, MN tspaper.etsy.com

Tomlinson Antiques H-62 Osprey, FL 941-349-3200

Wild Pearl H-32 Nashville, TN wildpearl.com

William C. Wood H-31 Collection Clinton, MS 601-488-4587

Porcher Mathewes H-55 Charleston, SC haleymathewes.com

Provenance Antiques H-22 Atlanta, GA provenanceantiquesatlanta.com

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A-1 A-0 Patricia Marie Fine Jewelry

A-2

A-5 Somerset Antiques

A-4

A-3

J & M Antiques

Caroline Faison Antiques

Alcott Interiors

Artifacts

A-13

A-6 TwoMaisons

A-11

A-12

Finnegan Gallery

Tutto dal Mondo

ENTRANCE

A-15

ENTRY GARDEN

Essex Antiquarians

A-18

A-66

A-57 Trace Mayer Antiques A-58 Sherwood Antiques

James Sansum Fine & Decorative Art A-65

NORTH

Embellish Antiques

Simmons Léonce

A-43 Whitehall Antiques

A-62

A-55

A-44

King’s House Oriental Rugs, LLC

A-50

A-59 Kevin A-53 L. Perry, D. R. Grissom Inc. Collection / Estate & Fine Jewelry A-60 A-52

A-46

Roger D. Winter Ltd

Barley Twist

A-51

A-47

Ed Nash Art

A-49 Olivier Fleury

A-48 Holt Isom Antiques

A-22 Charles Hanlon

Zane Moss Antiques

Jayne Thompson Antiques and Design

A-25 Yew Tree House

A-40

George Lotz’s Getlik Antiques Fine Art

B & B Johnson Butte’s Antiques

Village Antiques at Biltmore

Hedgerow Antiques

A-23

A-41

Thomas Sheridan M. Loyd Fortner Antiques Antiques & Decorative Arts A-45

BAR

A-21

C. M. Leonard Antiques

Parrin & Co.

A-24

Jesse Davis

A-20

Pickwick Antiques

A-39

A-28

A-27 Prints Charming Soho

A-26

Garden Variety Design A-29 Bob Withington

Earle Vandekar of Knightsbridge A-31 Village Braider

Foreign Affair

A-38

A-35

Majolica, LLC

A-36

A-61

COFFEE

Schorr & Dobinsky

A-42

A-54

McDonough Fine Art

Michael Higgins Antiques

A-16

Poverty Hollow

A-19

Kenny Ball Antiques

A-63 Don Fields Craig Ringstad Antiques

Lynda Willauer Antiques

A-56

A-64 Stanford Fine Art

A-17

A-18.B

A-67 Charles Edwin Puckett

Barometer Fair

Cheekwood

The Silver Vault

The Philadelphia Print Shop

A-34 Rawlings Antiques

A-33 A-32 Dana Kelly Michael Hall Oriental Rugs Antiques & Fine Art A-37

Pascal Colletier

H-64 Holt Isom Antiques

H-63 Creekside Garden Center

H-62

Lina’s

H-61 Brenner Valdez

Tomlinson Antiques

H-65 Lola & Bess


A-7 S. J. Shrubsole

H-11 Madison James

H-17 Elliott & Elliott Art & Antiques

H-10 The Compleat Flea

H-9

H-8 H-7 Luisana Harvesting Designs and History, LLC Antiques

Julie Harris

H-16 H-15 Eastover Collection

H-14 Inbloom Jewelry

H-13 Outdoor Lighting Perspectives

H6 Garden Unique

H-12 Druid Tree Service, Inc.

H-18 Longwood Antique Woods

Sacred Heart Antiques

BAR SHIPPING Craters & Freighters

EAST GARDEN

A-8

Scott Dismukes

H-23

H-22

H-21 Provenance Antiques

Eneby Home

H-24

Pascal Home

Stony Lonesome

H-25

H-5 H + K Gallery

Fairbrother Designs Giana Allen Design Moss Studios

BAR

H-20

Jon Beasley Antiques & Interior Design

Nashville Rug Gallery A-9 Jon Rider Antiques

STAGE

Mario Pollo

H-28

H-29

H-27 Campbell House Antiques

Giannetti Home Allen Lowman Hastening Designs H-31 H-32 H-33 H-34 William Cheekwood C. Wood Wild Pearl Selective Gardener Gift Shop Collection

CENTER GARDEN

H-4

H-26 Mister T’s Patio

Cottage Garden Antiques

RESTROOMS

Troy Rhone

H-40 Jeff Littrell Antiques

H-39 Gum Tree Farm H-41 David A. Zabriskie

H-38 H-37 Thomas Horizons Siciliano, America, Inc. Papermaker H-42 Laval Antiques

H-36

H-35 Ben & Lael Copper, Inc.

La Cigale

H-43 Peacock Alley

H-3 Scarlett Scales Antiques

H-44 Avec Moi

H-2

WEST GARDEN Phillipe Chadwick

H-50 H-49 Building Sheila Lynch Number 9 Antiques H-51

H-52

H-48 Kathy Tobler Silver

H-47 Fairy Abode

H-53

H-54

Really Good, LLC The Gunn Collection Howard Price Fine Art

A. Shaw Antiques & Jewelry

H-46 Southern Light, Inc.

Greg's Antiques and Garden Iron

H-45

Acanthus Studios

Peony’s Envy H-55 Porcher Mathewes

H-1

Sandstone Gardens H-60 Roberts Antiques

H-59 M. Fowler Antiques

H-58 A List Antiques

H-57 Adele Sypesteyn Art

H-56 Elephant Walk Interiors & Antiques, Inc.

FOOD CART

SOUTH

H-30


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