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Welcome to the 28th Annual Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville!

February 2-4, 2018 Music City Center Nashville, Tennessee

We are honored to serve as the General Chairmen for such a tremendous event. This year’s theme is “A Sense of Place.” Quoting a definition we ran across, a sense of place is “a unique collection of qualities and characteristics that provide meaning to a location. Sense of place is what makes one home different from another, but sense of place is also what makes our physical surroundings worth caring about.” As this is how we deeply feel about our own homes, it was an easy choice, and one that we felt certain would resonate with our Keynote Speaker, Charles, 9th Earl Spencer, regarding his home, Althorp Estate. Our entire speaker lineup reflects this sentiment, and is a compilation of unbelievably talented and nationally recognized designers from around the country. Once again, the Show floor will be home to over 150 premier dealers and four spectacular gardens designed by some of the Southeast’s foremost landscape designers. We are most grateful for and humbled by the generosity of our corporate sponsors, benefactors, and friends whose contributions are the foundation of our fundraising efforts for Cheekwood and ECON charities. We are thankful to this year’s Presenting Sponsor, ADAC, for their enduring friendship, as well as to Andrew Byrd and TVV Capital for their 28 years of continued support. We also want to thank the many volunteers who have worked countless hours to make this Show a success, and our families for their support, patience and love. During the cold and bleak winter season, we hope we can bring a touch of color and warmth to enliven and enchant your lives! We are delighted you are here!

Kim Holbrook & Robin Puryear

Show Schedule

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Architecture and Design Lecture

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Welcome to Nashville! The Board of Directors of the 2018 Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville

extends a special thanks 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, Kim Holbrook and Robin Puryear.

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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 1

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3

6:30 – 9 p.m. Preview Party Celebrating Honorary Chair, Gil Schafer & Book Signing of Inspired by Color by Clinton Smith, VERANDA’s Editor in Chief

10 a.m. – 7 p.m. Show Open

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. Show Open 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. Althorp: The Story of an English House Keynote Lecture: Charles, 9th Earl Spencer 2 – 3 p.m. Your Home Is Your Story: Refining Your Sense of Place Design Panel Lecture featuring Timothy Corrigan, Richard Keith Langham, Susanna Salk and Beth Webb moderated by Stacey Bewkes 6:30 – 9 p.m. The Bourbon Party

11 a.m. – 12 p.m. The Alchemy of Floral Design: Pairing the Unexpected Master Floral Design Lecture and Demonstration: Lewis Miller 2 – 3 p.m. The Art of Collaboration: An Architect and Interior Decorator in Conversation Architecture and Classical Design Lecture: Gil Schafer and Rita Konig

All Lectures are held in the Davidson Ballroom.

Book signings to follow all lectures in the Davidson Ballroom Lobby.

Special Events (Preview Party, Bourbon Party and Music in the Gardens) are held on the Show Floor.

4 – 7 p.m. Music in the Gardens

Services Available During Show Hours: SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. Show Open Coffee, bloody marys, pastries and snacks available for purchase while you browse the Show Floor

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

Join Us For These Special Events

Thursday, February 1 6:30 until 9 p.m.

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2 0 1 8 H O N O R A RY C H A I R M A N

Gil Schafer

Gil Schafer III is one of the world’s leading experts on contemporary classical architecture. A member of Architectural Digest’s AD 100 and a winner of VERANDA’s “Art of Design Award,” Schafer is a member of the Yale School of Architecture Dean’s Council, a trustee of the Thomas Jefferson Foundation, and served as president and then chairman of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art for over a decade. He holds a Masters of Architecture from the Yale School of Architecture and is the author of the best-selling book The Great American House and the newly released A Place to Call Home. Schafer’s work has been featured in numerous national and international publications, including Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, VERANDA, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal. When he’s not traveling for work, Schafer divides his time between New York City, upstate New York, and Maine. Join us Thursday, February 1, 6:30-9 p.m. at the Preview Party as we honor Gil and his years of service and contribution to the Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville.

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2018 KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Althorp: The Story of an English House Charles, 9th Earl Spencer Friday, February 2 • 11:00 a.m. For over 500 years, 19 generations of the Spencer family have resided at Althorp. Join us as Charles, 9th Earl Spencer, discusses the story of Althorp and the family whose driving passions have included art and priceless antiquities, culminating in one of the finest collections in the world. Hear how Earl Spencer navigates the blend of rich family history and the demands of running a modern estate visited by thousands.

Charles, Viscount Althorp, became the Ninth Earl Spencer in 1992. He is a peer, an author, a print journalist, broadcaster, and the younger brother of Diana, Princess of Wales. His Eulogy at the Princess of Wales’ funeral has often been cited as one of the greatest speeches of the 20th Century. A Godson of Her Majesty the Queen, he was also one of her Pages of Honour in the 1970’s. Earl Spencer is the owner of Althorp, his family’s ancestral seat in Northamptonshire, which contains one of Europe’s finest private collections of paintings, furniture and ceramics assembled by 19 generations of the family over more than five centuries. Earl Spencer has also served as a reporter for NBC’s “Today Show” and is the author of six books, most recently, To Catch A King.

Purchase To Catch a King and Killers of the King and have them signed after 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!

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Your Home Is Your Story: Refining Your Sense of Place Friday, February 2 • 2:00 p.m. Someone once said that “every great design begins with an even better story.” Join our very accomplished moderator, Stacey Bewkes of Quintessence, as she sits down with celebrated talent and good friends Timothy Corrigan, Richard Keith Langham, Susanna Salk and Beth Webb to discuss how they draw from past experiences and instinct to create a “Sense of Place” in the homes they design. The discussion is guaranteed to bring inspiration to areas of life both inside and outside the walls of the place you call home and help refine and embrace your own sense of place.

M O D E R ATO R Stacey Bewkes is a well-respected voice for original content in the world of design and lifestyle. From art and architecture, interiors and design, fashion and jewelry to books, wine, travel and more, Stacey presents stories of style and substance in well-researched and beautifully photographed pieces.

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 Davidson Ballroom before and after the lecture. A portion of book sales proceeds go to Show beneficiaries!

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Timothy Corrigan is considered one of the leading interior designers in the world. His firm has an international presence with projects in Europe, the Middle East and across the United States. His best-selling book, An Invitation to Chateau du Grand-Lucé, chronicles the restoration of his landmark chateau in France.

Richard Keith Langham has been a force in the decorating world for over 30 years with honors from Elle Decor’s A-List and Architectural Digest’s AD 100 four years in a row. His keen eye has served clients from the late Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis to Hilary Swank. His first book About Decorating was released in October 2017.

Susanna Salk is a designer, stylist, stager, as well as the author of many best-selling design books, including her most recent book, At Home With Dogs and Their Designers: Sharing a Stylish Life. In addition to her celebrated penmanship, Susanna hosts a monthly “At Home With” video series on the popular interior design blog, Quintessence.

Beth Webb’s design philosophy is known for incorporating classic proportions and iconic design details into uplifting light-filled space. Her work is often featured in MILIEU, Luxe Interiors + Design and VERANDA, just to name a few. Her first book, An Eye for Beauty: Rooms That Speak to the Senses, (Rizzoli), gives her design audience insight into her intuitive design process, celebrating interiors that “speak to the senses.” 15


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The Alchemy of Floral Design: Pairing the Unexpected Lewis Miller Saturday, February 3 • 11:00 a.m.

Step into the world of Lewis Miller and observe the talent and artistry that has made him into one of the most sought-after floral designers of our time. His “Flowers for the People” project, creating random pop-up floral installations in unexpected locales throughout Manhattan, has met with tremendous enthusiasm on social media and are his “gift” to the city that embraces him. Learn how his signature use of juxtaposition, dark with light, rough with refined, chaos with definition, has led to his wild success in creating a stunning body of work on his own terms. Lewis Miller owns one of the premier floral design houses in New York City with high profile clients such as Mayor Bloomberg, Bulgari and Carolina Herrera, just to name a few. His first book, Styling Nature: A Masterful Approach to Floral Arrangement, received praise from New York Times and Martha Stewart Living. When not producing major events in NYC such as the highly-coveted Central Park Zoo Gala, he is traveling the world mentoring others on his exclusive look.

Purchase Styling Nature and have it signed after 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!

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ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN LECTURE

The Art of Collaboration: An Architect and Interior Decorator in Conversation Gil Schafer & Rita Konig Saturday, February 3 • 2:00 p.m. Join award-winning architect Gil Schafer and celebrated English interior designer Rita Konig for a look behind the scenes at what makes for a successful collaboration between an architect and decorator––and ultimately a successful, stylish house. Both Schafer and Konig are known for their personal approaches to design, and in this conversation, they will share their invaluable tips on everything from creating an initial vision for a project to the oftenoverlooked details that bring a unique sense of history and place to any room.

Gil Schafer III is one of the world’s leading experts on contemporary classical architecture with accolades including Architectural Digest’s AD 100 and VERANDA’s “Art of Design Award.” His work has been featured in numerous national and international publications including Elle Décor and The New York Times. Gil is also the author of bestselling book The Great American House and the newly released A Place to Call Home. Rita Konig is a talented interior designer with a presence in both the United States and the United Kingdom. Alongside her client work, Rita has recently launched “Rita Says,” an online interiors destination designed to make decorating easier for those who want to do it themselves. Rita also shares her expertise in a regular column for British House and Garden.

Purchase A Place To Call Home and The Great American House and have them signed after 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!

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2018 GARDEN DESIGNERS

Cheekwood

Peter Grimaldi is the Vice President of Gardens and Horticulture at Cheekwood where he focuses on strategic initiatives and master plan development. Peter’s experience in public horticulture as well as commercial landscape construction has fostered a passion for building and creating new garden spaces. Peter has a Bachelor of Plant Science from Cornell University with a concentration in ornamental horticulture and floriculture. 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. 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 and a member of 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. Tres Fromme, Principal of 3. Fromme Design focuses on intense organization and site-specific public space and garden collaborations throughout the country. Fromme brings a rich knowledge of horticulture, garden precedents, aesthetics, and design to each project. His designs all creatively innovate within the traditions and diverse contexts of the site and client’s identity. A proponent of experiential design, Fromme choreographs relationships among people, spaces, and plants. SiteWorks LLC, founded in 2002 as a small site construction firm, has developed over 2 decades into a diverse team of highly experienced construction professionals and craftsman. With this collective technical and construction management expertise, SiteWorks continues to provide single source contracting services to the Nashville community. 24


2018 GARDEN DESIGNERS

Todd Breyer

Todd Breyer is a nationally-awarded, registered Landscape Architect and honors graduate of the University of Georgia School of Environmental Design. With over 35 years of professional horticultural experience, Mr. Breyer focuses on tailoring to each individual client and specializes in high-quality estate, commercial, and institutional projects of all sizes with attention to detail and excellence. A native of Tennessee, Mr. Breyer lived and studied in Italy’s Tuscany region and began his design career in San Francisco, CA. His award-winning work has been featured in publications such as Southern Accents and Open House Magazine. He is the Chairman of Cheekwood’s Plant Collections and past chair for the Metro Beautification and Environment Commission. He is active in the community through involvement with Keep Nashville Beautiful, Herb Society of Nashville, Hands On Nashville, MNPS Virtual School Academy Board, Richland Park Friends of the Library and past-president of the Nashville City Cemetery Association. Notable projects include West Meade Mansion, the former Osias residence, the Adams estate, the Bovender residence, Tennessee Technological University, and Opryland Hotel. toddbreyer@bellsouth.net. Cell and text (615) 663-8558 Ponds by David, middle Tennessee’s premier pond and fountain builder. Highly skilled and experienced with all kinds and sizes of construction and hydraulics, as well as stone masonry and boulder work. Patios, walls, paths, etc. Aquatic plants, koi, goldfish, and more! Full maintenance service available. pondsbydavid@gmail.com Cell (615) 405-2146 Natural Creations LLC was created by Matt Dawson and John Henderson in 1998. Both holding degrees in Ornamental Horticulture from the University of Tennessee, they assembled a knowledgeable and reliable staff with impeccable craftsmanship, quality, and attention. Natural Creations can meet all your horticultural and garden needs through their installation division, trained irrigation specialists, superb maintenance staff, and turf care. Natural Creations has and will continue to create and maintain the most beautiful and kinetic landscapes in the middle Tennessee area. (615) 254-5229 info@naturalcreationsllc.com GARDEN AWARDS

Each year, the Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville features a selection of interactive, professionally designed gardens for the enjoyment of visitors. Just before the Show opens, a select group 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. Judges may also choose to present additional awards for superior garden design. *The Cheekwood garden is for exhibition only and is not eligible for awards.

2018 AWARD JUDGES Tara Armistead Landscape Architect

Michael Shane Neal Portrait Artist Kristin Taylor Garden Designer & Master Gardener

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2018 GARDEN DESIGNERS

Electric Flora

Phillipe Chadwick & Nick Maynard

Electric Flora is the fresh and new floral design company started by Nashville’s own Phillipe Chadwick and his partner Nick Maynard. Phillipe has been making brides bubble and party planners pleased for years as Nashville’s premier floral designer. Nick has a degree in marketing and a talent with logistics. This is a match made in event planning heaven. Phillipe has more resources to develop his craft, which has taken his designs to new levels. Nashville’s event scene can’t wait to have its flowers powered by Electric Flora. Phillipe‘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 and currently resides in Nashville. He received a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from Mississippi State University in 2006. He then 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. As the creative force behind Electric Flora, Phillipe’s work speaks for itself and has established a strong reputation in Nashville for crafting memorable weddings flowers and impressive visual spectacles for events. His resume includes The Antiques and Garden Show, the TPAC gala, and Chukkers for Charity. Occasionally Phillipe hosts Volunteer Gardener on NPT. 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. 26


2018 GARDEN DESIGNERS

Poise & Ivy

Kathi & Brian Gilleland Kathi Gilleland’s love for plants came from her mother and began at an early age. Looking for unique plants has always been a part of her life. Kathi developed her craft at the former Botanica, under the tutelage of Stephen Wells. Thanks to Stephen, Ben Page, and Landy Gardner, Poise & Ivy was born in 1997 and Kathi’s clientele expanded from Nashville to include Tampa, Chicago and Los Angeles. She works closely with architects and designers to create container gardens that are beautiful, unique and hardy. Her work has been featured throughout the years in local and national publications. While working at a client’s home, she met Brian Gilleland and they married in 2008. Brian has worked in the Middle Tennessee landscape industry in every capacity from installer to designer of a labyrinth, vegetable gardens, and complete landscapes. Whether through the renovation and maintenance of an existing plan or implementation of a new design, his goal is to draw people into nature by enhancing the natural attributes of the landscape around them. Together, Brian and Kathi combine their experience, knowledge and talent to create unique spaces that reflect their clients’ taste and gardens’ spirit. facebook.com/poiseandivy James Livingston is a West Tennessee native born into a family which farmed much of the Tennessee Delta since the early 1850’s. One could say horticulture is a part of his genetics. James started his landscaping career in 2003 with Turfmaster Inc. in Memphis, Tennessee working under Landscape Designer Michael McClain. There, as Landscape Installation Foreman, James sharpened his knowledge in all phases of the landscape construction process. After relocating to Middle Tennessee in 2009, James accepted a position at Natural Creations LLC under Matt Dawson. This experience greatly increased his knowledge of all floras, specifically evergreens and ornamentals. In 2013 Livingscapes LLC went from being a dream to a reality. By providing custom landscape construction and maintenance to many exclusive estates in Middle Tennessee, James has developed an impressive portfolio of projects for elite clients throughout the Southeast. His vast knowledge and attention to detail allows him to select the highest quality of material to create gardens that are timeless and visually stunning. GARDENS SPONSORED BY

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Cheekwood in 2018 A RT

In 2018, Cheekwood is delighted to present a variety of art exhibitions—something for everyone to see and enjoy. The Middle Tennessee Scholastic Art Awards 2018

February 3 – March 4, 2018

Cheekwood celebrates its 27th year as a regional affiliate and exhibition location for one of the oldest and most prestigious student art competitions in the country. 1958-2018: Sixty Years of Collecting at Cheekwood

March 17 – May 27, 2018

Selections from Cheekwood’s permanent collection include niche collections of fine and decorative art spanning centuries and continents. This exhibition will highlight key acquisitions over the span of sixty years. Amanda Parer: Intrude

May 1 – May 27, 2018

In May 2018, Cheekwood will present a selection of Australian artist Amanda Parer’s “Intrude” inflatables: glowing, larger-than-life white rabbits that will take over the Cheekwood landscape. Cracking Art

June 16 – September 2, 2018 This summer, Cracking Art, a Milan, Italy-based artist collective, will collaborate with Cheekwood to share a unique and extraordinary visual experience. Using 100% recycled plastic materials, the artists will create site-specific installations in Cheekwood’s galleries and gardens, playfully arranging meerkats, bears, crocodiles, birds, and other animals in whimsical and surprising places. 2018 Martin Shallenberger Artist in Residence Gabriel Dawe

September 22 – December 30, 2018

In the Fall, Cheekwood welcomes Gabriel Dawe as 2018 Artist in Residence. Originally from Mexico City, Gabriel Dawe creates site-specific installations that explore the connection between fashion and architecture, shapes and forms. Centered in the exploration of textiles, Dawe’s site-specific works feature three-dimensional, tangible prisms of light and color.

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Set among 55 acres of cultivated gardens and expansive vistas, Cheekwood offers yearround outdoor experiences and festivals that celebrate the best of Nashville’s four seasons.

H I S T O RY

Constructed from 1929-1932 as the home of Mabel and Leslie Cheek Sr., Cheekwood is one of the finest examples of an American Country Place Era estate.

Cheekwood in Bloom

March 17 – April 15, 2018 Each spring, 100,000 blooming bulbs spill from our gardens to create an unforgettably colorful, vibrant experience. Tulips, daffodils, magnolias, redbuds and dogwoods add cheer to the season as warmer weather and longer days arrive in Nashville. Every Saturday and Sunday, enjoy garden tours, Mansion tours, and the Cheekwood Beer Garden with food trucks and live music. New! May Days at Cheekwood

May 1 – 31, 2018 In conjunction with Amanda Parer: Intrude, enjoy special weekend programs and “Hoppy Hour” on Thursday and Friday nights during May. Summertime at Cheekwood

June 1 – September 2, 2018 All summer long, Cheekwood offers exciting and inspiring experiences, as summer annuals and perennials fill our gardens. From Summer Camp to nighttime strolls in the garden, we invite you to discover the color, wonder and peaceful nature of Summertime at Cheekwood. Cheekwood Harvest

September 22 – October 21, 2018 Chrysanthemums dominate the gardens, and fall colors, scarecrows and pumpkins take over Cheekwood. Step into our Pumpkin House, pick a pumpkin from the patch, and enjoy a craft beer and live bluegrass music in the Cheekwood Beer Garden. Holiday LIGHTS at Cheekwood

November 23 – December 30, 2018 Nashville’s favorite tradition returns with ONE MILLION LIGHTS illuminating our gardens for the prettiest winter stroll of the season.

Cheekwood Mansion

In 2017, several rooms in the Cheekwood Mansion were refurnished to showcase the original design, tastes and interests of Mabel and Leslie Cheek and their collaboration with architect Bryant Fleming, who also created Cheekwood’s landscape and interiors. Tour the historic home to experience the sights, sounds, and sensations of a bygone era. Frist Learning Center

Cheekwood’s restoration and refurnishing projects continue with this year’s renovation of the Frist Learning Center, the institution’s hub of education, exploration, and discovery. Located in the building that originally served as the Cheek family’s horse stables and garages, The Frist Learning Center will re-open this spring with a new café, additional meeting and retail space, and refurbished art studios and classrooms. The original Tack Room and Horse Stables will also be open to visitors.

Summer Camp at Cheekwood June 4 – August 3, 2018

Kids are in for an unforgettable week at Cheekwood’s Summer Camp. With art adventures and garden explorations, children of all ages can learn, grow and play as they enjoy our STEAM-based camp programs.

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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 cosponsored 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; • 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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Lesley Green Mr. and Mrs. William A. Oldacre, Jr. Linda and Howard Harris Mr. and Mrs. Bond E. Oman Mrs. Carmen S. Hastings Mr. and Mrs. Ben Page, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Eric T. Helman Elizabeth and Larry Papel Highwoods Properties Mr. and Mrs. J. Stephen Payne Dr. and Mrs. James T. Holbrook Maureen Perry and Beth Hagan Emily and Mark Humphreys Pauline Astrum Pons Kathleen Janke Betty Price Phyllis and Kim Jenny Mr. and Mrs. Gustavus Adolphus Puryear IV Daniel Keeley/DK Design Mr. and Mrs. David R. Puryear Mr. and Mrs. L. Owen Kelly REVIVAL HOME Mr. and Mrs. Randolph M. LaGasse Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Rolfe Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Levi Mr. and Mrs. John J. Sangervasi Ray Booth of McAlpine Jonathan Savage and Brad Wensel Jennie and Rob McCabe Elizabeth Stadler Kellie Hunter McDowell Mr. and Mrs. Barry Stowe Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ian Nesbitt McKenzie Mr. and Mrs. Steve Van Andel Mr. and Mrs. Jim Morrison Mrs. W. David White

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Dr. and Mrs. John C. Dalton Michael Dixon Matt Donahoe and Clint Higham Sandra and Bill Earthman Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Essary Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Francis, Jr. Donna Dalton and Luke Froeb Mary and Tom Gambill Sylvia and Al Ganier Megan and Peter Grimaldi Mr. and Mrs. Greg Hagood Mrs. Henry W. Hooker Mr. and Mrs. Clay T. Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Clay T. Jackson Mindy and Buzz Jacoway Tom Landstreet at N3L Capital Partners Dr. and Mrs. John W. Lea IV Dr. and Mrs. MacRae F. Linton Laura and Matthew Lonergan Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Lovett Dr. and Mrs. John W. Macey, Jr. Jane and Don MacLeod Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin T. May Jane T. McLain Beth and Paul Moore Ellen L. More Neal Clayton Realtors Ms. Katherine Nedelkoff

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2018 Committee GENERAL CHAIRMEN

Kim Holbrook Robin Puryear ANTIQUES

Chairman Janette Smith

Chairman Emeritus Connie Cigarran Committee Betsy Brittain Susan Geraghty

CATALOG AD SALES

Ann Francis Garvey

CUSTOMER SERVICE

Nina Davidson Lee Oakley

DEALER LIAISON

Janelle Kraemer Caroline Lindsey

EARLY SHOPPING CHAIRMEN

Eric and Ruthann Ross

Logistics Tori Wimberly

FLORAL DESIGN

BADGES

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Kisha Campbell BENEFACTOR SOLICITATION LETTER

Amy Colton Betsy Wills

BOURBON PARTY

Chairmen Graham Meadors Caroline Sloan

Hosts Ceesun and Jess Andrews Holly and Jeremy Barnhart Sarah and Wynne Barton Grace and Marie Clayton Kayln and Colin Crosby Sarah and Jeremy Garner Katie and Charlie Gibson Susannah and Taylor Harris Karly and Clay Hart Katie B. Holbrook Mary Ireland Sarah and Jeff Moats Mamie and Carl Murphy Caroline and Lee Noel Erin Elizabeth Puryear Janie and Robert Rolfe Lindsey and Clark Rollins Jonathan Savage and Brad Wensel Anne Clark and Jeff Snyder Julia and Justin Spickard Jenny and Paul Steele Casey and Andrew Tuttle Memma and Andrew Warfield Mary Brette and Cook Wylly CALLIGRAPHY

Mary Catherine Glassford 62

HOSPITALITY

Sarah Bartholomew Debbie Best Donna Dalton Kae Gallagher Linda Graham Lucy Haynes Elizabeth McDonald Kathy Rolfe Jane Sloan Mary Smith LECTURE AUDIO VISUAL COORDINATOR

Brooke Trusley

Lou Farrell

Chairmen Martha Chapman Steve Sirls Awards Margaret Boyd Elizabeth McAllister GENERAL COMMITTEE

Katie Ackell Michelle Austin Betsy Burrus Kristin Cantrell Murray Clayton Bradley Collins Donna Dalton Dawn Flora Carolyn Hannon Mari-Kate Hopper Pamela Jackson Jay Joyner Linda Morphis Cynthia Ortale Brenda Oslin Barbara Keith Payne

LECTURE BOOK SIGNING

Chairman Mary Lee Bartlett

Committee Sherry Andrews Melanie Ball Sandra Earthman Shane Foshee Mary Catherine Glassford Sinclair Kelly Laura Lonergan Cheryl Macey Bernadette Murphy Ashley Rosen Abby Simmons Debra Taylor Nancy Tirrill Sukie Vaughan Mary Smith LECTURES

Chairmen Alice Essary Anne Maradik

GROUP SALES

Gifts and Bookplates Laura Roberts

HORTICULTURE

Hostess Chairmen Mary Gambill Mary Jo Shankle

Committee Mimi DeCamp Tricia McDowell Ann Page

Hostesses Mary Glover Jody Mattison Elizabeth Papel Carrie Playfair Laura Roberts Jana Wood

Lucie Carroll Karen Fleming

Chairmen Nancy Deaton Ashley Stringfellow


2018 Committee Logistics Beth Preston Kristin Taylor Ticket Management Laura Bearden Caroline Coulton LIST MANAGEMENT

Melanie Baker Ann Buchanan Alice Whitson MAILINGS

Mary Byrd Sallie Swor

MUSIC IN THE GARDENS

Chairmen John and Chris Grimes Committee Hannah Butler Stephanie Kelley Val Prickett PHOTOGRAPHY

Beth Easter Nan Evans

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Chairmen Liza Coleman Shea Ghertner Hugh Howser

Committee Lauren Brunner Julie Dretler Wendy Gatto Sarah Holstein Jessica Jennings Corinne Kidd Brande Thomas Hosts Elizabeth and Clark Akers Mary Lauren and Lawson Allen Mary Lee and Steve Bartlett Kathryn and David Brown Nan and Tom Cox Becky and Paul Davidson Nina and Page Davidson Lorie and Gavin Duke Kathleen and Alec Estes Shannon and Brendan Finucane Mary and Tom Gambill Karlen and Louis Garrard Tina and Hale Hooper Rebecca and Craig Laine Elizabeth and Howard Lamar Laura and Tommy Landstreet Monica and Alec McDougall Jennifer and Gus Puryear Mary Jo and Steve Shankle Julie and Dudley Smith Barby and Govan White Jeanette and Clay Whitson Reservations Deborah Lovett

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Kate Buttarazzi Kathy Williams SOCIAL PRESS

Sylvia Bradbury Holly Hoffman

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VENUE LIAISON

Drew Robinson

VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR

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Beneficiaries

Now celebrating our 28th year, the Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville has raised over $7 million for Cheekwood and ECON charities.

Cheekwood

Cheekwood is a 55-acre American Country Place Era estate featuring 12 distinct gardens, a woodland sculpture trail, an 8,000-piece permanent art collection, and Georgian-style Mansion with historically furnished rooms and galleries. Over 225,000 visitors come to Cheekwood annually for year-round seasonal festivals, world-class art exhibitions, breathtaking gardens, and educational and public programs for all ages.

ECON

The Economic Club of Nashville (ECON) is a nonprofit organization 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. 63


Antiques & Garden Show Leadership

Past Chairmen & Advisory Committee 2017

Linda Graham Mary Smith 2016

Elizabeth Coble Amy Liz Riddick 2015

2017-2018 Board of Directors Mr. Andrew Robinson, Jr. Chairman/President Mr. Troy J. Tschantz Treasurer

BOARD MEMBERS

Mrs. Sarah Bartholomew Mrs. Debbie Best Mrs. Nancy C. Deaton Ms. Peter Grimaldi Mr. Owen Kelly Mrs. Kathy Rolfe Mr. Steve Sirls Mr. Stephen Wells Mr. Javier Solano Mrs. Janette S. Smith

Julie Fleming Kae Gallagher 2014

Mindy Jacoway Vee Vee Scott

2004

Ann Buchanan Amy Colton 2003

Karen Fleming Lucy Haynes 2002

Lou Ann Brown Marjorie Clements 2001

Betsy Brittain Janette Smith 2000

2013

Mary Gambill Beth Moore

2012

Emily James Betsy Wills

2011

Kate Ezell Jane Waterlow

2010

Kim Davis Lesley Green Anne Morgan

Dana Miller Birgitta Williamson Sarah Bartholomew Debbie Best Kathy Rolfe Betsy Wilt Donna Dalton Carolyn Hannon

1999

1998

1997

2009

Tracy Frazier Mary Jo Shankle

1996

Elaine Sullivan Julie Walker

2008

Sandy Sangervasi Cathy Shell DIRECTORS EMERITUS

Mr. Stephen E. (Steve) Blackmon, Jr. Mrs. Connie M. Cigarran Ms. Elizabeth Foss Mrs. Jane F. Sloan

1995

Holly Bryant Jackie Hicks

2007

Barbara Burns Julie Gordon

1994

Libby Page Lynne Rhett

2006

Liz Harwell Julia Johnson

1993

Jane Sloan Anne Whetsell

2005

Nancy Deaton Elizabeth Papel

1992

Donna Kestner Peggy Kinnard

1991 FOUNDERS

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Sigourney Cheek Connie Cigarran


Special Thanks 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: Jimmy, Katie B., Trent and William Holbrook David, Erin and Sara Puryear Although there are countless volunteers and friends who donated their time and talents to the 2018 Show, we would like to extend a special thanks to the following: Grace Anzelmo ECON Volunteers Jay Joyner, Jade Rosen Joyner Hogan Sarah Bartholomew Alice Essary Ruthann and Eric Ross Owen Kelly Mary Lee Bartlett Randy Erickson Aubrey Ryman Janelle Kraemer Steve Blackmon Nan Evans Chris Schappert Joe Levi Debbie Best Flavor Catering Derek Schartung Liberty Party Rentals Laura Bearden Elizabeth Foss Eric Schultenover Twyla Lambert Clark, Margaret Boyd JamÊ Fowler Margot Shaw Lithographics, Inc. Erica Breazeale, Mary Gambill Mary Jo Shankle Caroline Lindsey Theodore Alexander Ann Francis Garvey Stephanie Simkin Deborah Lovett Nancy Britt Shea Ghertner Steve Sirls Sarah Lowe Peter Bucci Mary Catherine Glassford Caroline Sloan Anne Maradik Andrew Byrd Linda Graham Jane Sloan Graham Meadors Mary Byrd Tom Gambill Janette Smith Jane MacLeod Kisha Campbell Christi Gibbs Mary Smith Elizabeth McAllister Amy Colton Peter Grimaldi Javier Solano Lucie Carroll John and Chris Grimes Vicki and Kerry McCluggage Sallie Swor Marty McGinty Laura Chadwick Gale Higgs Ashley Stringfellow Dana Miller Martha Chapman Jeanine Hackett Melinda Swann Katie Miner Connie Cigarran Betty Hadley The Westin Hotel  Nashville City Collection Liza Coleman Dean Hitt and The Wine Chap Meg Nichols Mary Brenna Corr Michael Boyd Brooke Trusley Lee Oakley Caroline Coulton Peyton Hoge Troy Tschantz Nancy Pham Molly Craig Hugh Howser Stephen Wells Alan Polzner Nina Davidson Caroline Jeronimus Betsy Wills Drew Robinson Nancy Deaton Import Flowers Melissa Wilson Kathy Rolfe Bill DeCamp Diane Johnson Tori Wimberly Fresca Rose Allen DeCuyper MacKenzie Johnson A very special THANK YOU to Shannon Shears, Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville Event Coordinator and the driving force behind the 2018 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 Macey Cleary, Claire Osburn, Tori Ross and Rachel Ryan, Reed Public Relations; Stephanie Simkin, Stone + Steel Creative; Scott Greer, Greer Interactive; Leigh Grugett, Ad Staff Media.

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

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

Village Braider A-31 Plymouth, MA www.villagebraider.com Whitehall Antiques A-43 Chapel Hill, NC www.whitehallantiques.com


Horticulture Dealers A List Antiques H-58

Santa Rosa Beach, FL 850-974-4562 A. Shaw Style H-51

Memphis, TN 901-454-6200

Adele Sypesteyn Art H-57

New Orleans, LA adelesypesteyn.com

Allen Lowman H-28

Kansas City, MO 816-294-5904

Antique American Wicker H52

Nashua, NH antiqueamericanwicker.com Avec Moi H-44

Franklin, TN avecmoifranklin.com Ben & Lael, Inc. H-35

Nashville, TN benandlael.com

Benton, Hayden H-59 & Associates

Atlanta, GA 404-906-0369

Building Number 9 H-50

Nashville, TN bldgno9.com

Cheekwood Gift Shop H-33

Nashville, TN cheekwood.org

Continental Antiques H-29

Hagerstown, MD continentalantiques.com Cottage Garden H-04

Franklin, TN 615-841-3551

Creekside Garden H-63 Center

Nashville, TN creekside106.com

Cuckoos Nest H-02

Atlanta, GA 404-550-6228

David A. Zabriskie H-49

Lake Placid, NY 518-524-9967

Druid Tree Service, Inc. H-12

Nashville, TN druidtree.com

Elephant Walk H-56

Round Top, TX elephantwalkantiques.com

Elliott & Elliott Art H-17 & Antiques

Harbor Springs, MI elliott-elliott.com

Eneby Home H-23

Nashville, TN enebyhome.com

Fairbrother Designs H-24

West Point, MS fairbrotherdesigns.com

Giana Allen Design H-24

West Point, MS

Greg’s Antiques H-54 & Garden Iron

Covington, KY gregsantiques.com

Gum Tree Farm Designs H-39

Middleburg, VA gumtreefarmdesigns.com

Harvesting History H-07

Greene, NY harvesting-history.com

Hastening Design Studio H-30

Middleburg, VA hasteningdesigns.com

Heather Lane Pottery H-47

Ada, MI heatherlanepottery.com Holt Isom, Inc H-64

Waynesville, NC hhwalkerandcompany.net InBloom Jewelry H-19

Frederick, MD inbloomjewelry.com

Ironware International H-26

Nashville, TN ironwareinternational.com

Jeff Littrell Antiques H-40

Santa Fe, NM jefflittrellantiques.com Julie Harris H-09

Kansas City, MO julieharrisllc.com

Kathy Tobler Silver H-48

Granbury, TX www.kathytobler.com La Cigale H-36

Mt. Gretna, PA www.lacigale-usa.com Laval Antiques H-42

Atlanta, GA www.plaval.com

Longwood Antique Woods H-18

Southern Beasts, Inc H-16

Luisana Designs H-08 And Antiques

Southern Light, Inc. H-46

Lexington, KY longwoodantiquewoods.com

Greensboro, NC hpadc.com

Madison James H-11

New York, NY madisonjames.com

Round Top, TX southernbeasts.com

Nashville, TN southernlightonline.com Stems Vases H-41

Austin, TX stemsvases.com

Manos De Sur H-06

Stony Lonesome H-20

Atlanta, GA Manosdesur.com

Spring Hill, TN stonylonesome.com

Moss Studios H-24

The Artist Collective H-05

Fowlerville, MI mossstudiosinc.com

Nashville Rug Gallery H-25

Nashville, TN nashvilleruggallery.com

Outdoor Lighting H-13 Perspectives, LLC

Nashville, TN outdoorlights.com

Peacock Alley Nashville H-43

Nashville, TN peacockalley.com

Pembroke Antiques H-27

Nashville, TN 615-496-7221

Pennoyer Newman H-14 Distinctive Garden Planters

New York, NY pennoyernewman.com Peonys Envy H-45

Bernardsville, NJ peonysenvy.com

Provenance Antiques H-22

Atlanta, GA provenanceantiquesatlanta.com Roberts Antiques H-60

Homer, MI 407-342-6804

Sacred Heart Antiques H-15

Inlet Beach, FL 662-352-3027

Sandstone Gardens H-01

Joplin, MO sandstonegardens.com

Charleston, Atlanta, Nashville, Capital nashville.artistcollectives.org The Compleat Flea H-10

Atlanta, GA thecompleatflea.com

The Garden Vault By H-53 Rett’s Landscaping

Lexington, KY thegardenvault.com

The Side Door H-21

Atlanta, GA 404-906-0369

The Swept Yard H-55

Columbia, SC thesweptyard.com

Thomas Siciliano, H-38 Papermaker

Eden Prairie, MN tspaper.etsy.com

Tomlinson H-61 and H-62 Antiques

Osprey, FL 941-349-3200

Wild Pearl H-32

Pawley’s Island, SC wildpearl.com William C. Wood Collection H-31

Clinton, MS 601-488-4587

X-Treme Products H-37

Sevierville, TN horizonsltd.com

Scarlett Scales Antiques H-03

Franklin, TN scarlettscales.com

Selective Gardener H-34 Catalog

Brentwood, TN selectivegardener.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-18

A-66

A-57 Trace Mayer Antiques A-58 Sherwood Antiques

James Sansum Fine & Decorative Art A-65

NORTH

Embellish Antiques

Kristy Cohn Design Lynda Willauer Antiques

Whitehall Antiques

A-55

A-24 A-44

A-41

Thomas Sheridan M. Loyd Fortner Antiques Antiques & Decorative Arts

King’s House Oriental Rugs

A-45

Garden Variety Design

A-23

A-25 Yew Tree House

George Lotz’s Getlik Antiques Fine Art

A-28

A-27

A-53 A-39

Grissom Collection Roger D. Winter Ltd

A-60

McDonough Fine Art

A-50 Butte’s Antiques B & B Antiques

A-26 Jesse Davis

S.J. Shrubsole A-46

A-52 Simmons Léonce

A-51 Olivier Fleury, Inc.

A-47

Ed Nash Art

A-49 Don Fields Craig Ringstad Antiques

A-48 Holt Isom Antiques

Jayne Thompson Antiques and Design

A-40

Edwin C. A-31 Skinner A-29 Withington and Company Village Braider

Foreign Affair

A-38

A-35

A-34 Roberto Freitas

Kentshire

A-36

A-36B

The Philadelphia Print Shop

A-61

BAR

A-22 Mayfair Designs

Brocante

COFFEE

Village Antiques at Biltmore

Hedgerow Antiques

C. M. Leonard Antiques

Parrin & Co.

A-59

Michael Higgins Antiques

A-21

A-42

A-54

Kevin L. Perry, Inc.

Schorr & Dobinsky

A-20

Pickwick Antiques

Kenny Ball Antiques

A-16

Poverty Hollow

A-19

A-56

A-63

A-62

A-17

A-18.B

A-43

A-64 Stanford Fine Art

Barometer Fair

Cheekwood

A-67 Charles Edwin Puckett

A-15

Earle Vandekar of Knightsbridge

ENTRY GARDEN

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

The Silver Vault

Kelleher Fine Art

H-64

Holt Isom, Inc.

H-63

Regency Redux

H-62

Creekside Garden Center

Lina’s Interiors

H-61 Tomlinson Antiques

Tomlinson Antiques


A-7 Malcolm Magruder

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 Southern Beasts

H-14 Pennoyer Newman

H-13 Outdoor Lighting Perspectives

H-6 Manos De Sur

SHIPPING

BA

R

H-12 Druid Tree Service, Inc.

H-18 H-19 Longwood Inbloom Antique Woods Jewelry

Sacred Heart Antiques

SHIPPING

EAST GARDEN

A-8

Todd Breyer

H-23

H-22

H-21

H-20

Provenance Antiques Eneby Home

H-24

Stony Lonesome

H-25

Fairbrother Designs Giana Allen Design Moss Studios

BAR

Pascal Home

The Side Door

Nashville Rug Gallery

H-5 The Artist Collective A-9 Mario Pollo

STAGE H-28

H-29

H-27 Pembroke Antiques

Continental Allen Lowman Antiques Hastening Design H-31 H-32 H-33 H-34 Selective Studio William Cheekwood Gardener C. Wood Wild Pearl Gift Shop Catalog Collection

CENTER GARDEN

H-4

H-26 Ironware International

Cottage Garden

RESTROOMS

Poise & Ivy

H-40 Jeff Littrell Antiques

H-39 Gum Tree Farm H-41 Stems Vases

H-38 H-37 Thomas X-Treme Siciliano, Products Papermaker H-42 Laval Antiques

H-36 La Cigale

H-43 Peacock Alley Nashville

H-35 Ben & Lael Copper, Inc.

H-3 Scarlett Scales Antiques

H-44 Avec Moi

H-2

WEST GARDEN

H-50 H-49 Building David A. Number 9 Zabriskie H-51

Phillipe Chadwick

H-48 Kathy Tobler Silver

H-52

H-53

Antique American Wicker

A. Shaw Style

H-47 Heather Lane Pottery

H-46 Southern Light, Inc.

H-45

Cuckoos Nest

Peony’s Envy

H-54

The Garden Vault

Greg's Antiques and Garden Iron

H-55 The Swept Yard

H-1

Sandstone Gardens H-60 Roberts Antiques

H-59 Benton, Hayden & Associates

H-58 A List Antiques

H-57 Adele Sypesteyn Art

H-56

Elephant Walk

FOOD CART

SOUTH

H-30


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