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FR OM THE BO A RD C HA IR Welcome to the 24th Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville! This year’s show marks two special milestones for us. We are pleased to welcome the Right Honorable Countess of Carnarvon as she kicks off her North American book tour here in Nashville. In addition, the Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville has moved to the gleaming new Music City Center. We are thrilled you are here with us and so grateful for your support. Since the Show’s beginnings in 1989, over $5.5 million has been raised for Cheekwood and local charities supported by the Economic Club of Nashville, and we look forward to continuing this tradition of giving. The Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville would not exist without the amazing team of hundreds of volunteers that make this event a success. Our 2014 Honorary Chairman, Charlotte Moss, and 2014 Chairs Mindy Jacoway and Vee Vee Scott have put together a stellar lineup that includes a keynote lecture by Lady Carnarvon, the Eighth Countess of Carnarvon and mistress of Highclere Castle, which is known to many as the location for the filming of Downton Abbey. We are also excited to present an outstanding design panel lecture that is moderated by Alexa Hampton and includes Mario Buatta, Nina Campbell and Jennifer Boles. Gardener Jon Carloftis teams up with the Canal House Cooks for the “Finer Things in Life” on Sunday. With a very special Bourbon Party on Friday evening and Music in the Gardens Saturday afternoon, a visit to the Show this year promises to delight all of the senses. With over 150 exhibitors, our sponsor TV V Capital and partnership with the Economic Club of Nashville, the Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville is the largest show of its kind in the United States including innovative garden designs, horticultural items and fine antiques.
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MUSIC CITY CENTER
TABLE OF CONTENTS From the Show Chairmen
Music City Center Information
Honorary Chairman, Charlotte Moss
From the Show Sponsor
Upcoming at Cheekwood
National Advisory Committee
Past Chairmen/Board of Directors
A Special Thank You
Antiques and Garden Show
Thank you for your patronage and we hope you enjoy the Show!
Joseph C. Levi Chairman, Board of Directors
CATALOG DESIGN Stephanie Simkin, Stone + Steel Creative
EVENT COORDINATOR Shannon Shears
PRINTING Lithographics, Inc. PAPER Athens Paper Compnay
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With the brilliant success of Downton Abbey, the top-rated PBS drama that includes a number of beautiful antiques and gardens, we knew that Nashville would welcome Lady Carnarvon, the Eighth Countess of Carnarvon and mistress of Highclere Castle where Downton Abbey is filmed, and be delighted to have her speak at our Show. Lady Carnarvon’s appearance at our show is the launch of her North American book tour allowing our Show lecture guests to be the first in the country to meet her and we thank H.G. Hill Realty LLC for sponsoring this Keynote lecture. Presenting special events and choosing renowned experts to share their ideas and talents makes creating this Show so rewarding. This year brings together some of the world’s top design personalities: Charlotte Moss as our Honorary Chair, along with our Design Panel Lecture, sponsored by The Highboy, which will include Alexa Hampton, Mario Buatta, Nina Campbell and Jennifer Boles, sharing the stage in an unprecedented event. Whether you choose to stroll the gardens and enjoy music on Saturday afternoon, catch the Sunday “Finer Things in Life” Lecture with Jon Carloftis and Canal House Cooks, or choose a gorgeous antique object or a beautiful book, the Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville is truly a bright spot in our city’s winter calendar, and we are so happy to see you. We thank you for your patronage to one of our city’s best events. Mindy Jacoway and Vee Vee Scott
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The energy and drive shown by our volunteers and sponsors is tremendous, and the Show wouldn’t be possible without them. We are truly thankful to have our Show Sponsor, TV V Capital, once again take the lead in the success of this Show. Over 200 volunteers have taken on a new location with new job responsibilities, showing patience and grace. Our dealers are excited about their new locations, and our gardeners have put untold hours into their designs to make this year spectacular.
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We are so honored to serve as co-chairs for this year’s event, which marks a new era as we celebrate the move to the impressive Music City Center along with a beautiful new Show floor plan. We hope you enjoy our inspiring lineup of lecturers, gardens, and top antiques and horticultural dealers, and revel in a happy mid-winter break in Nashville. It is a most exciting year!
MUSIC CITY CENTER
Welcome to the 24th annual Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville!
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MAIN SHOW: EXHIBIT HALL D FRIDAY KEYNOTE LECTURE: DAVIDSON BALLROOM
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY LECTURES: LEVEL 2 MEETING ROOMS 207 & 208
TOURS AVAILABLE OF MUSIC CITY CENTER Friday and Saturday at 5 p.m. Sunday: Time TBA Meet at the concierges desk by the UPS Center located on Level 2 at Demonbreun and 6th Avenue. Highlights include: Local artwork, the country’s eighth largest ballroom, behind the scenes design information, and the Energy Saving Green Roof.
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Learn how to bring exquisite Southern hospitality into your own home! This exciting new event is hosted by worldrenowned garden designer Jon Carloftis; the chefs behind Canal House Cooking, Christopher Hirsheimer and Melissa Hamilton; and publishers of The Bourbon Review: Seth Thompson, Brad Kerrick, Justin Thompson and Bob Edison. â€œA Bourbon Partyâ€? will be a fun opportunity to learn the ropes of Southern entertaining from the experts.
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H ONORARY C HA IRM A N
CHARLOTTE MOSS Since opening her business in 1985, Charlotte has designed private residences and executive suites all over the United States and the Caribbean. In addition to designing interiors, Charlotte Moss’ career has included retail stores that are celebrated for Charlotte’s unique blend of American, European and Classical influences. Having launched her career on Wall Street, Charlotte has a keen sense for the shifting sands of change, amid her decorating prowess. Widening her reach in recent years, Charlotte Moss, LLC now brings her signature Flair for Living to consumers worldwide with collections available under license. Most recently, Charlotte has used her experience culled from twenty-five years of decorating couture homes to design a collection of furniture and upholstery with Century Furniture. She has designed fabric and trim for Fabricut, carpeting and sisals for Stark Carpet and china for Pickard. Charlotte’s collection of framed decorative art for Soicher-Marin, which launched at the High Point Market, was based on her garden photography. Charlotte’s blog, Tête-A-Tête, appears on her website, along with a photographic blog called C’est Inspiré. Charlotte is a sought-after speaker, lecturing widely on all the arts of living. She has written eight books to date and her most recent title is A Visual Life: Scrapbooks, Collages, and Inspiration. In addition to writing books, she contributes often to The Wall Street Journal. Charlotte’s work has been published in shelter magazines worldwide and she has received numerous awards including, The Timeless Design Award, given by the Royal Oak Foundation, Elle Décor’s VISION AWARD and Traditional Home magazine’s list of the worlds’ Top 20 interior designers. Last May Charlotte was honored with the Circle of Excellence Award from the International Furnishings & Design Association (IFDA) for the field of interior design. Charlotte considers her most important work to be her community service and philanthropy. She serves on the Boards of The Thomas Jefferson Foundation at Monticello, The Bone Marrow Foundation, The Elsie de Wolfe Foundation and The Advisory Board of The New York School of Interior Design, where she also received an Honorary Doctorate Degree. Charlotte is a member of the Executive Cabinet of The Leaders of Design Council and is on the Acquisitions Committee at The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology. This past May she was honored with the Brandon Tartikoff award at the Bone Marrow Foundation’s Be a Lifeline Gala.
Purchase Charlotte’s books at the Antiques & Garden Show! Books are available for purchase in the Show Floor lobby or at antiquesandgardenshow.com A portion of book sales proceeds go back to Show benefeciaries!
S H OW SP ONS O R
A QUIET BU T GIA NT F O RC E B E H I N D T H E S H O W
ANDREW W. BYRD
For more than 20 years, thousands of Middle Tennesseans and visitors have been “o-o-o-o-ing”-and-“a-a-a-a-h-ing” at the treasures and landscapes of the Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville. As the event has entered its third decade, one man who has been there since the beginning will again be there, a quiet but giant force behind the show. He may not always be in the spotlight, but his support to ensure its success always is present. Andrew Byrd knows much better than most the benefits a community gains from continuity in financial and volunteer support of fundraising events. He was chairman of the 1988 Nashville Lawn & Garden Show, one of the forerunners of the current event. The other preceding event was the Antiques Show at Nashville’s Cheekwood. The two events merged in 1989 and moved downtown to the then-new Nashville Convention Center. “The two, formerly separate shows merging into its current format was unique at that point in time. The result is a fantastic symbiotic relationship because the gardens provide such a great setting for the antiques. It is one of the prettiest, most successful shows of its type in the country. The success of our show is attributable to the visionary leadership the Antique & Garden Show received in its startup phase,” Mr. Byrd says. But Mr. Byrd’s roots run much deeper than his initial involvement with the Lawn & Garden Show more than two decades ago. He is a past president of the Exchange Club of Nashville, a past chairman of the Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt and a founding member of the Economic Club of Nashville. The Economic Club Charities and Cheekwood are beneficiaries of the proceeds from the event. In addition to his ties with the Antiques & Garden Show, Mr. Byrd, his father, and his wife have all held volunteer leadership positions at Cheekwood, a 55-acre botanical garden and art museum located on the historic Cheek estate in Nashville. Byrd said, “We believe in the show and its mission and what it contributes to our community. It is wonderful to live in a community where people possess that deep sense of service that binds us together. It is our responsibility to maintain shows and programs like this in our community.” He added, “Thank you to the Friends of Cheekwood and all the people who have worked so hard over the years. They have put so much time and effort into this event, and it continues to pay dividends for our community.”
“ Nashville is a great city and it is important for Nashvillians
to support institutions that help create a quality place to live. That is what this show really does — it helps make Nashville a beautiful place to live, year after year.
– Andrew W. Byrd, founder and president of TV V Capital, Show sponsor
Friday, February 7, 2014 • 11:30 a.m. Book signing after the lecture.
KEYNOTE LEC T U RER
LADY CARNARVON SPONSORED BY
The Right Honorable Countess of Carnarvon Author of Lady Catherine and the Real Downton Abbey and Lady Almina and the Real Downton Abbey Lady Carnarvon is the eighth and current countess of Highclere Castle, the real-life setting for the worldwide hit television series Downton Abbey. She is married to George Herbert, eighth Earl of Carnarvon, and manages all castle affairs, from the grounds and gardens to the special events that take place at the residence. Fascinated by Highclere Castle, where the Carnarvon family has resided since 1679, Lady Carnarvon was inspired to share the history of the home. Drawing from the rich material found in the archives at Highclere, including diaries, letters and photographs, she has written two books that transport readers back to the thrilling world of the “real” Downton Abbey and its inhabitants. Her newest book, Lady Catherine, The Earl and the Real Downton Abbey, is a follow-up to the international bestseller, Lady Almina and the Real Downton Abbey, and focuses on the remarkable American heiress who came to reign at Highclere Castle in the 1920s. It was released in the U.S. on Oct. 29, 2013. Prior to her marriage to Eighth Earl of Carnarvon, Lady Carnarvon had a colorful career as an auditor at Coopers & Lybrand and owner of the fashion label, Azur.
Purchase Lady Carnarvon’s books at the Antiques & Garden Show and have them signed directly after her lecture. Books are available for purchase in the Show Floor lobby, outside Davidson Ballroom after her lecture or at antiquesandgardenshow.com A portion of book sales proceeds go back to Show benefeciaries!
DESIGN PANEL LECTURE SPONSORED B Y
Saturday, February 8, 2014 • 1:00 p.m. Book signing after the lecture.
M O DERAT O R A N D PA N E L I S T Under owner and designer Alexa Hampton’s direction, the world famous firm Mark Hampton LLC has completed a wide range of designs for domestic and international projects, from New York City to Hangzhou, China, including apartments and large residences, private airplanes and yachts. A perennial member of Architectural Digest’s AD100 and House Beautiful’s Top Designer list as well as a member of Elle Décor’s A-list, Hampton’s work is classic, traditional and eclectic. Her involvement in design goes far past her position as President and featured designer of Mark Hampton LLC; she is on the board of trustees for the New York School of Interior Design, the New York Landmarks Conservancy and the Institute for Classical Architecture. She was one of the three inaugural designers who launched Gilt Groupe’s Gilt Home Design Boutiques, serves on the design board of MyDeco.com and was the only ever female cast member of “This Old House.” Over the years, Hampton’s work has been featured in many national and regional shelter and design magazines. In recent years, Hampton received an honorary Ph.D. from Moore College of Art and Design, was awarded Cosmopolitan’s Fun Fearless Female Award, and Connecticut Cottage & Gardens’ Design Innovator Award. This past January in Las Vegas, Hampton was the first woman to receive the Design Icon Award at the World Market Center.
JENNIFER BOLES PANELIS T
Jennifer Boles was born and raised in Atlanta, GA. Upon obtaining her bachelor’s degree in history from University of the South (Sewanee, TN), Jennifer returned to Atlanta to pursue a career in business and finance. After ten years spent in the business sector, Jennifer decided to pursue her passion for interior design and the decorative arts. With an intense interest in design history and a love of writing, Jennifer started her design blog “The Peak of Chic” in the Fall of 2006. Her website-read by design devotees from around the world - focuses on design trends, historical homes, history of design, and all things design related. Recently named “blogosphere darling” by Departures magazine, Jennifer has been featured in numerous publications including The New York Times, Town & Country, Elle Décor, and Array. In 2007, Jennifer became a contributing editor to House Beautiful. Additionally, her first book, House Beautiful Fabrics for Your Home, was published in 2010. As the inaugural winner of the Best Writing on a Design Blog award, Jennifer was inducted into the Design Blogger’s Hall of Fame in early 2012. Jennifer’s second book, In with the Old: Classic Décor from A to Z, was published by Clarkson Potter in October 2013.
MARIO BUATTA PA N EL I S T
Mario Buatta is one of America’s foremost decorators. He was born in New York, studied architecture at Cooper Union and attended Parsons School of Design in Europe. After an apprenticeship in the decorating department of B. Altman & Co., he became associated with several decorating firms including Elisabeth Draper, Inc. and then formed his own decorating company. A multi-talented and internationally renowned designer, Mr. Buatta has created his own unmistakable style which he calls, “The Undecorated Look.” His general approach is to provide a maximum of comfort by using an expertly balanced mixture of contemporary and antique furnishings. These furnishings are placed against backgrounds which reflect his subtle color mix. The result is that the eye is more aware of the overall glow of tint, rather than individual colors. The same is to be said for his use of chintzes with textures, patterns and stripes. His unerring sense of detail, as well as the selection and quality of his furnishings is apparent in every room.
NINA CAMPBELL PANELIS T
Nina Campbell is one of the world’s most respected and influential interior designers. Her current projects include a large residence on mainland China, a private house for a member of the Jordanian royal family in Amman, a town house in New York and a country house hotel overlooking Cheltenham race course, and it is this broad range of commissions that makes Nina uniquely qualified to guide the home decorator. Nina Campbell Interiors focuses on introducing allimportant detail into the home, whether in the form of texture, colour, lighting, art, flowers or other finishing touches. This book features the private homes of Nina’s clients, featuring specially commissioned photography in the UK, New York and Switzerland. The homes range from a city pied-a-terre to a large family household, from a chic apartment to a country bolt-hole, all designed and decorated to suit a range of lifestyles, but all reflecting Nina’s infallible eye for detail. Nina Campbell’s list of clients and design expertise is unparalleled. Renowned for her brilliant sense of style, her designs appeal to both young and old and sit well in both contemporary and traditional interiors. Nina’s previous books include Nina Campbell Elements of Design and Nina Campbell’s Decorating Secrets. The author is based in London.
Purchase these designer’s books at the Antiques & Garden Show and have them signed directly after the lecture. Books are available for purchase in the Show Floor lobby, outside the Second Floor Meeting Rooms after the lecture or at antiquesandgardenshow.com A portion of book sales proceeds go back to Show benefeciaries!
Book signing and champagne reception sponsored by A D A C .
FINER THINGS IN LIFE – THE SOUTHERN WAY A LECTURE O N GA RDENS, LIF E S T YL E S A N D E N T E RTA I N I N G
Sunday, February 9, 2014 • 1:00 p.m. Book signing after the lecture.
JON CARLOFTIS Kentucky native Jon Carloftis, award-winning garden designer, garden writer, television guest, author, and lecturer, is a great American gardener. His 25 year career in gardening begin far from home in New York City where he become one of America’s pioneers in rooftop / small space gardening. The Lauder family (of Estee Lauder fame); actors Julianne Moore, Mike Myers, and Edward Norton; producer Jerry Bruckheimer and wife Linda Bruckheimer; Google New York headquarters – these are a few of Jon’s recognizable clients. Jon regularly contributes to national garden and lifestyle publications, contributing to more than 200 feature stories throughout his career. His garden designs and editorials have been featured repeatedly in Architectural Digest, Better Homes & Gardens, Country Home, Country Living, Garden & Gun, Garden Rooms, House Beautiful, Martha Stewart Living, Metropolitan Home, Oprah at Home, Outdoor Rooms, Renovation Style, Rodale Organic Gardening, Southern Living and Town & Country.
MELISSA HAMILTON CHRISTOPHER HIRSHEIMER CA NAL HOU SE A U T HO RS
Melissa Hamilton and Christopher Hirsheimer, 2013 recipients of the prestigious James Beard Award, currently collaborate on Canal House Cooking, for which they do all the writing, recipes, photography, design, and production. To see more of what these two women are up to, visit their website, thecanalhouse.com. “Welcome to the Canal House — our studio, workshop, dining room, office, kitchen, lair, lab, and atelier devoted to good ideas and good work in the world of food. We write, photograph, design, and paint, but in our hearts we both think of ourselves as cooks first.” And so begins the introduction to Christopher Hirsheimer and Melissa Hamilton’s enchanting seasonal cookbook series, Canal House Cooking. Fans know well the story behind Canal House: Christopher and Melissa, former magazine editors, gave up the magazine world and daily commute into New York City for a simpler existence, living on opposite sides of the Delaware River and cooking together each weekday in their New Jersey studio alongside a lazy canal. Canal House Cooking became known as home cooking by home cooks for home cooks, with seasonal ingredients and delicious, simple recipes for cooks at every level of expertise.
Purchase Jon Carloftis’ and Canal House’s books at the Antiques & Garden Show and have them signed directly after the lecture. Books are available for purchase on the Show Floor and outside the Second Floor Meeting Room after the lecture.
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2014 GARDENS GARDEN AWARDS* The Bryant Fleming Award for Best of Show
This award is presented for the Best of Show with respect to both horticulture and creativity.
The Outdoor Living Award
This award is presented for the garden filled with fresh and useful ideas that enhance outdoor living
The Color Palette Award
This award is presented for the best use of color in the garden.
The Creativity Award
This award is presented for the garden that delightfully captures the imagination.
The Structure & Design Award
This award is presented for the garden that best demonstrates the integration of horticulture and hardscape elements.
The People´s Choice Award You be the judge! Everyone attending the Show will have an opportunity to choose a favorite garden. Votes will be tallied one hour before the Show closes at which time the People´s Choice Award will be presented.
* Cheekwood garden is exhibition only and not eligible for awards
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ANNE DAIGH LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT, LLC BROUGHT TO YOU BY
Anne Daigh’s passion for art, architecture, and the environment led her to pursue a career
in landscape architecture. After almost 9 years with Page Duke Landscape she decided to “branch-out” and begin her own landscape architecture firm in 2010. Her firm specializes in high-end residential landscape architecture. Anne feels very fortunate to have found a career where she can acknowledge and utilize her past and present experiences to guide her in creating beautiful spaces and gardens for people to realize and enjoy. annedaigh.com
Natural Creations, LLC: Matt Dawson and John Henderson
Formed in 1998, Natural Creations has continued to grow its client base and its services. The installation division has encompassed large crane work, grading and drainage consulting. The maintenance division has continued to surpass other companies in its knowledge of plant and turf requirements. The company as a whole focuses on educating its employees to provide the best of services and to create a healthy work environment. The mission statement of Natural Creations has been and will always be to create the most beautiful gardens in the southeast, while providing the highest quality and service.
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Modern Scalene: in this garden, the juxtaposition of modern, streamlined “ The shapes and forms against soft, weathered, and whimsical elements work together to create an alluring destination of peace, harmony, and balance. ”
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Patrick Larkin brings a variety of abilities and experience to the position of Senior Vice
President for Horticulture and Facilities at Cheekwood. Larkin holds a Bachelor of Science degree in horticulture and a Master of Science degree in public horticulture administration.
Leigh Ann Lomax is the current Botanical Garden and Horticulture Manager for Cheekwood
and has been with the institution since 2006. She oversees operations of the garden including its nationally recognized plant collections, inspiring seasonal color displays, and award-winning outdoor garden exhibitions.
Amos Gott, AmosEvents
A published and award-winning event planner and designer, Amos Gott is known for imagining an occasion in its entirety as he creates unforgettable occasions. With over 20 years experience producing and designing events, Amos has grown his company, AmosEvents, into a firm with clients and exposure nationwide. amosevents.com
Gale Higgs of Nashville Landscape Systems, Inc. has been providing landscaping,
irrigation, maintenance and drainage work in Middle Tennessee since 1979. Gale is a state licensed contractor, a member of P.L.A.N.T. and the Tennessee Nursery & Landscape Association. With rich knowledge of landscapes techniques in our region, Gale Higgs provides year round service on a number of estates, as well as at Cheekwood.
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garden is inspired by our own American Country Place “ Cheekwood’s Era estate, creating an outdoor room in which to celebrate the design
aspects that are an integral part of the Cheekwood historic landscape.
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TODD BREYER & JOSIAH LOCKARD An honored, award-winning, and registered Landscape Architect with over 30 years professional horticultural experience, Todd Breyer’s projects include the historic West Meade Mansion, the former Osias residence, the Adams estate, and the Bovender residence. He is Chairman of Cheekwood’s Plant Collections Committee, as well as District Commissioner and Chairman for the Metro Beautification and Environment Commission.
Josiah Lockard draws from more than 15 years of green industry experience to offer
innovative landscape design with an emphasis on sustainability. As a Certified Arborist, he provides design and consulting services, partnering with Elements to provide tree services and landscape instillation and care. Josiah is an award-winning designer, member of the American Society of Landscape Architects, and Vice-President of the Tennessee Urban Forestry Council. (615) 306.7371 firstname.lastname@example.org WH AT INSP IRED YO UR GARDEN DE S I G N ?
garden is a fusion of modern living with a contemporary “The twist of art, stewardship, horticultural excellence, detail and scale designed to feed the soul and make one feel at home. ”
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PHILLIPE CHADWICK & LANDSCAPE SOLUTIONS Phillipe Chadwick’s landscape and flower designs are vibrant, elegant and sentimental. In
2009, after managing civic designs for the city of Franklin, TN and working with a Landscape Architect in Franklin for almost two years, he started designing and maintaining gardens at Cheekwood. His free time became overwhelmed with clients who wanted Phillipe to make their garden, wedding, or event unique. In May of 2012, Phillipe became a full-time, contract floral and landscape designer. He has worked for some of the largest annual events in Nashville, like Chukkers for Charity and the TPAC Gala. phillipeschadwick.com
Landscape Solutions of Nashville Jeffrey Orkin planted the seed for what has evolved into the Landscape Solutions vision. He is a LEED Accredited Professional and with an MBA with a concentration in sustainability. He recently began Urban Hydro Projects, a hydroponic vegetable growing operation in downtown Nashville.
Cliff Jones holds degrees in Landscape Architecture and Landscape Contracting and
Management. Cliff gained hands on practices of all facets of the green industry through internships overseeing the installation of annual flowers in Chicago’s city parks and installing landscapes for residents in Atlanta. Upon graduation, Cliff moved to Music City and worked beside seasoned area Landscape Architects before starting Landscape Solutions.
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POISE & IVY Kathi Gilleland’s love for plants began at an early age. Kathi developed her craft at The
Village Gardener and later at Botanica, under the tutelage of Stephen Wells. In 1997, Poise & Ivy was born 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.
Brian Gilleland has worked in the Middle Tennessee landscape industry in every capacity
from installer to designer. Whether through 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. (615) 400-4944
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is the purest form of joy, nourishing the soul and body, “ Aandgarden inspiring one to live simply, live healthy...live well. ”
SILENT AUCTION TAKE HOME T REA SU RES F RO M T H E S H O W Two beautifully aged, one of a kind Vintage Longshadow Kenilworth Urns
complete with Plinth and Block, Tuscany color with Old World Texture Weathered Stone from the Longshadow VINTAGE Collection. VALUE
$10,512 for the pair
From Longshadow Classic Garden Ornaments LO N G S H A D O W. C O M
We also thank ABF Freight System for the delivery of the urns to the Show.
Silent auction items are on display and available for bidding at the Show Floor Entry. Bidding closes at 4 p.m. on Sunday, February 9.* Two planter boxes from Longwood Antique Woodsâ€™ Jon Carloftis Collection. Made from reclaimed Thoroughbred Horse Farm Fence Planks from the Famous Horse farms of The Bluegrass of Kentucky. Made with steel frames and powder coated. VALUE
$1,300 for the pair
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*Pick up is to be scheduled and is at the expense of winning bidder. All items must be removed from MCC by noon on Mon., Feb 10.
ANTIQUES DEALERS Adele and Alan Grodsky A10 C O O P ER C I T Y, F L
Alcott Interiors & Antiques A01 NA SH V I LL E , T N
Antique Cupboard A42 WA U KESHA , W I
At Home Antiques A28 KI NG ST O N , N Y
NA SH V I LL E , T N
Barley Twist A65 H I NSD A LE , I L
Bob Withington A34 Y O RK, M E
Brenner Valdez A46 TAM PA , F L
BATO N RO U G E , L A
Butte’s Antiques A13 HOPE MILLS, NC
C. M. Leonard Antiques A33 SO U T H SA L E M , N Y
Caroline Faison Antiques A02 G REENSB O R O , N C
The Century Shop A49 LO U I SV I LL E , K Y
Charles Edwin Puckett A26 A KRO N, OH
Crescent Worth Art & Antiques A67 LA KE F O R E S T, I L
C.R. Hanlon A46 TAM PA , F L
D.R. Grissom Collection A39 Estate & Fine Jewelry
Don Field Craig Ringstad A24 Antiques KANS AS CITY, MO
Ed Nash Art A05 NAS HVILLE , TN
Edwin C. Skinner A21 POINT CLE AR , AL
Elegant Reflections A09 NORTHFIE LD, IL
Embellish Antiques A63 CHAPE L HILL, NC
Essex Antiquarians A08 E S S E X, ME
Federalist Antiques, Inc. A20 KE NILWORTH, IL
Finnegan Gallery A12 CHICAGO, IL
Foreign Affair A19 R OS WE LL, GA
Garden Variety A61 NAS HVILLE , TN
King’s House Antiques A62 BIRMINGHAM, AL
King’s House Oriental Rugs A59 BIRMINGHAM, AL
Linda Horsley Antiques A15 AT L ANTA, GA
Lotz’s Antiques A38 ST. L OUIS, MO
Lynda Willauer Antiques A60 NANT UCKET T, MA
M. McAlister A36 NASHVIL L E, T N
Margaret Doyle A35 ESSEX, MA
Mario Pollo A27 HOL L IST ON, MA ( 914) 954-1341
McDonough Fine Art A07 AT L ANTA, GA
KANS AS – MIS S OURI
NASHVIL L E, T N
ORANGE, C A
Roberto Freitas American A52 Antiques & Decorative Arts ST ONIN GTO N , C T
Schorr & Dobinskly A32 BRIDGE HA M P TO N , N Y
Sheridan Loyd Antiques A40 ST. JOS EP H, M O
The Silver Vault A69 W OODSTO C K , IL
Simmons Léonce A66
MEMPHIS, TN – WESTP O RT, C T
Stanford Fine Art A70 NASHVILLE, TN
Thomas M. Fortner Antiques A51 MEMPHIS, TN
Trace Mayer Antiques A50 L OUISVILLE, K Y
Tutto dal Mondo A23 PENN VA LLEY, PA
Village Antiques & Interiors, Inc. A31 ASHEVILLE, N C
Hedgerow Antiques A47
Mignon’s Collectibles A18
The Village Braider A28
Historical Americana A16 ACWORTH, GA
Holt Isom Antiques A56 ATLANTA, GA
J & M Antiques A04
E AS T AMHE AR S T, N Y
Jacob’s Diamond A53 & Estate Jewelry LOS ANGE LE S , CA
Dana Kelly Oriental Rugs A41
Jayne Thompson Antiques A29
David A. Zabriskie A22
Jesse Davis A55
LA KE P LA C I D , N Y
Gordon E. Harrison A58
James Sansum Fine A44 & Decorative Art
LEXI NG TO N , K Y
Richard W. Bell Antiques A11
AT L ANTA, GA
Michael Hall Antiques A68 & Fine Art
C H A RLEST O N , S C
Keivan Woven Arts Fine Rugs A03
NE W Y OR K, NY
HAR R ODS BUR G, KY
AT L ANTA, GA
Pascal Colletier: A14 Fine French Antiques CHICAGO, IL
Philadelphia Print Shop, Ltd. A48 PHILADELPHIA, PA – DENVER, CO
Pickwick Antiques A43 MONT GOMERY, AL
PLYMO U TH, M A
Warren Fluharty Designs A54 ASHEVILLE, N C ( 828) 273-1101
Whitehall Antiques A37 CHAPE L HILL, N C
Zane Moss Antiques A25 NEW YO RK , N Y
Portraits, Inc. A64 NEW YORK, NY BIRMINGHAM, AL F L AT ROCK, NC
R. Ege Antiques A45 ST. L OUIS, MO
Rawlings Antiques A17 BOW L ING GREEN, KY
HORTICULTURE DEALERS A. Shaw Antiques & Jewelry H88
Daria de Koning, Fine Jewelry H76B
Jalan-Jalan Antiques H93
Peony’s Envy H113
M EMPH I S, T N
Acanthus Studios H135 STOC KB RI D GE , G A
Amazing Plant Stand H138 SH ERM A N, T X
Antiques on Holiday H109 D ES T I N, FL
Antiques on the Main H95 WE ST P O I NT, M S
NA SH V I LLE, T N
Avec Moi H90
FR A NKLI N, T N
Bella Designs from Italy H139 BRE NT WO O D , T N
Ben and Lael, Inc. H114 NA SH V I LLE, T N
Botanical Collections H79 G RE AT FA LL S , VA
Brooke Worthington Jewelry H112 NA SH V I LLE, T N
Campbell House Antiques H107 C O O KEV I LLE , T N
Candyce Havenstrite H128 and Britt Horn M U RFREESB O R O , T N
Cheekwood Gift Shop H121
NE W Y OR K, NY
David Allan Ramsay H86 CAMP POR POIS E , ME LAKE WORTH, FL
NASHVIL L E, T N
Jon Beasley Antiques H85 & Interiors
NASHVIL L E, T N ( 931) 252-0828
DB Studios, Inc. H111
Joseph’s Colours H116
Y OR K, S C
CL ARKST ON, GA
Dorothy Biddle Service H80
Kathy Tobler Silver H89
GR E E LE Y, PA
GRANBURY, T X
Druid Tree Service, Inc. H126
La Cigale H115
NAS HVILLE , TN
MT. GRET NA, PA
Lalo Handbags H123
NAS HVILLE , TN
AT L ANTA, GA
Elliott & Elliott H103
Landreth Seed Company H125
HAR BOR S PR INGS , MI
SHARON SPRINGS, NY
Ever Blooming H82
Laval Antiques H92
AUS TIN, TX
AT L ANTA, GA
Little Marrowbone Farm H72
NAS HVILLE , TN
ASHL AND CIT Y, T N
flower Magazine H120
Longwood Antique Woods H71
B IR MINGHAM, AL
L EXINGT ON, KY
Georgia Morel Antiques H102
Madison James, Inc. H83
NE W R OADS , LA
NEW YORK, NY
Gladstone Jones H118
Mister T’s Patio H81
WALE S , U.K.
NASHVIL L E, T N
Greg’s Antiques & Garden Iron H131
Moss Studios, Inc. H95
F OW L ERVIL L E, MI
Provenance Antiques H87 AT L ANTA, GA
The Red Herring, Ltd. H84
RML, Inc. H140
F ORREST LA K E, M N
Roberts Antiques H91 HOMER, M I
Sacred Heart Antiques H98 T UPEL O, M S
Sandstone Gardens H130 JOPL IN, M O
Scarlett Scales Antiques H132
F RANKLIN , TN
Selective Gardener Catalog H105 BRENT W O O D, TN
South Pointe Gallery H99 KEY W EST, FL
Southern Light, Inc. H74 NASHVIL LE, TN
Stony Lonesome H101 SPRING HILL, TN
New Brookland Craftsmen H137
NAS HVILLE , TN
NASHVIL L E, T N
COL UMBIA, SC
Cottage Garden H133
Horizons, Ltd. H119
Outdoor Lighting Perspectives H127
CONY E R S , GA
NASHVIL L E, T N
Creekside Garden Center H100
Howard Price Fine Art H106
Paragon Antiques H94
NA SH V I LLE, T N
Thoroughbred H76A Antique Gallery
Cherchies Specialty Foods H122
WE ST M O REL A N D , T N
NASHVIL LE, TN
Nashville Rug Gallery H108
MIDDLE B UR G, VA
M A LV ERN, PA
Poise & Ivy H124
Hastening Design Studio H96
NA SH V I LLE, T N
BERNAR DSV ILLE, N J
PANAMA CITY, PANAMA
L EXINGT O N , K Y
Vickie Kienast H104 RICHARD SO N , TX ( 214) 562-4422 Vintage Linens by Lois H110
CHARL E STO N , SC
Vintage Millworks H136
NASHVIL LE, TN
D.H. Interiors H73
Italian Terrace H134
Pennoyer Newman, LLC H77
William C. Wood Collection H117
EAGLEV I LLE , T N
B URY S T. E DMUNDS , SUFFOLK, U.K.
NEW YORK NY
CL INT ON , M S
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UPCOMING AT CHEEKWOOD Cheekwood in Bloom PRESENTED BY MA R C H 2 0 – A P R I L 2 7
Cheekwood is the best place in Nashville to experience one of nature’s most dramatic and exciting performances — the arrival of spring! We’ll welcome the new season with broad strokes of fresh color and life during Cheekwood in Bloom, with 100,000 stunning tulips of every hue bursting from our gardens. We’ll also feature 60 cultivars of daffodils, bright pops of dogwood color, classic magnolias, vibrant iris, stunning viburnums and so much more. With a full calendar of special spring activities, gardening demonstrations and musical experiences, your perfect spring day is here at Cheekwood — don’t miss it!
Events and activities held every weekend during Cheekwood in Bloom including the popular Spring Art Hop on April 19!
10:00 am – 2:00 pm, Family Studio Drop-In ‘ART’ivities
10:00 am – 1:00 pm, Live Music: Jazz in the Herb Garden 10:30 am & 11:00 am, Garden Tales Storytime
11:00 am – 1:00 pm, Live Music: Piano in the Museum Drawing Room 12:30 pm & 1:30 pm, Guided Tours
2:00 pm, Drawing Room Concert Series featuring Vanderbilt’s Blair School of Music 12:30 pm & 1:30 pm, Guided Tours
UPCOMING AT CHEEKWOOD Patrick Dougherty: Stickwork
2 0 14 MARTIN SHALLENBERGER ARTI S T- I N- R E S I DE NC E
M ARCH 2 2 , 2014 - M A RC H 20 1 5 This spring, Cheekwood will be hosting Patrick Dougherty as its 2014 Martin Shallenberger Artist-in-Residence. During his residency, Dougherty will be constructing one of his large outdoor sculptures made from woven wood. Over the last two decades, the artist has installed more than 200 of his enormous sculptures in private and public spaces around the world. Aided by volunteers, the artist first harvests local saplings, including willow, elm, persimmon, or gum trees and brings them to the site by the truckload. He and his volunteers then create an armature of Ready or Not, 2013. NC Zoo, Asheboro, NC. Photo ©: Juan Villa saplings that evolves into a complex drawing of lines and hatch marks made with branches. The final result is a fairy-tale house that is also a three-dimensional drawing in space. In addition to the outdoor sculpture, Cheekwood will be presenting photographs of select Dougherty installations in the Courtyard Gallery (March 22 through June 29, 2014). Three of a Kind, 2013. Private Sculpture Garden, Lincoln, NE. Photo ©: Roger Bruhn
Modern Twist: Contemporary Japanese Bamboo Art M ARCH 2 2 – M AY 25
This fascinating exhibition explores the innovative shape bamboo art has taken since the mid-twentieth century. With rare wall-hung installations and pieces never before seen in the United States, it both engages and educates audiences about a vibrant cultural art form. Bamboo is a quintessential part of Japanese culture, shaping the country’s social, artistic, and spiritual landscape. Although bamboo is an abundant natural resource, it is a challenging artistic medium with less than 100 professional bamboo artists in Japan today. Mastering the art form requires decades of meticulous practice learning how to harvest, split, and plait the bamboo. Modern Twist brings 17 of these artists to North American audiences, and their 38 works display a mastery of the supreme technical skills inherent in their innovative and imaginatively crafted sculptures.
Left to right: Mimura Chikuho, Hope, 2004. Bamboo (madake), rattan, lacquer. Photo ©: Susan Einstein; Uematsu Chikuyu, Sound of Wind, 1991. Bamboo (madake), rattan, lacquer. Photo ©: Susan Einstein; Nagakura Ken’ichi, Circle, 1990. Bamboo (madake), lacquer. Photo ©: Mochizuki Akira.
SUPPORTED BY BARBARA & JACK BOVENDER EDUCATION PROGRAMS FOR MODERN TWIST SUPPORTED BY
David Rogers’ Big Bugs MAY 2 3 – A U G US T 3 1
Cheekwood’s gardens are home to many remarkable species of bugs that often live out their lives unseen. Come summer of 2014, they will no longer be hidden, but blown up to a massive scale. David Rogers’ Big Bugs returns to Cheekwood with 10 sculptures including 3 giant ants, a massive daddy longlegs, and a huge praying mantis! Prepare to imagine yourself on a bug’s scale as you encounter these sculptures throughout the gardens.
Andy Warhol’s Flowers JU N E 1 4 – S E P T E MBE R 7
Andy Warhol, American, 1928-1987 (artist), Flowers (Hand Colored), 1974. Screen print on paper, 41 x 27 1/2 in. (104.1 x 69.9 cm.), The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh; Founding Collection, Contribution Dia Center for the Arts
Fifty years ago, during the summer of 1964, Andy Warhol began working on silkscreen paintings of flowers, a subject that would preoccupy him for the rest of his life. Best known for his vibrant pop imagery and searing commentary on art and popular culture, Warhol’s flower imagery reveals a softer, more intimate side of the artist. This exhibition traces Warhol’s engagement with floral images throughout his career, beginning with a group of his earliest commercial illustrations, drawn in the 1950s, and his creation of the Flowers series in 1964, to photographs, paintings, and screen prints through 1986 before his untimely death the following year. This exhibition is a rare occasion when Warhol’s artificial flower images meet the floral abundance of an actual garden.
Exhibition organized by Tacoma Art Museum with The Andy Warhol Museum
Top right: Andy Warhol, American, 1928-1987 (artist), Flowers, n.d. Screen print on construction paper collage, 25 7/8 x 25 5/8 in. (65.7 x 65.1 cm.), The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh; Founding Collection, Contribution The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. Bottom right: Andy Warhol, American, 1928-1987 (artist), Daisy, ca. 1982. Screen print on Lenox Museum Board, 38 x 38 in. (96.5 x 96.5 cm.), The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh; Founding Collection, Contribution The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc.
WHO WE ARE
The Economic Club of Nashville (ECON) provides
The Economic Club remains committed to its historic
a dynamic forum for community leaders to discuss
mission, and many of the existing initiatives will
economic, social and political issues of special interest
continue, only with greater resources staying in
to Nashvillians. We are a service club that engages
Nashville to support them. ECON will continue its
with local businesses and government officials, and we
support of the Exchange Club Family Center and other
support key nonprofit organizations that contribute to
the quality of life in the greater Nashville area.
ECON AND THE A&G
WHERE WE CAME FROM
Since 1991, our club and Cheekwood have co-
ECON draws its history and tradition from the
sponsored the Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville.
Exchange Club of Nashville, one of the largest clubs
This show has become the club’s main fundraising
of the national organization. The Nashville Chapter
activity, allowing ECON Charities, Inc., to contribute
was chartered April 16, 1920, to support the national
more than $1.5 million to local charities.
mission: “Exchange, America’s Premier Service Club, working to make our communities better places to live.”
L E A R N MO R E A B O U T E C O N
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ADVISORY COMMITTEE Carolyn Englefield, VERANDA New York, New York veranda.com
Ryan Gainey, Ryan Gainey & Co. Decatur, Georgia ryangainey.com
Alexa Hampton, Mark Hampton LLC New York, New York markhampton.com
Bobby McAlpine, McAlpine Tankersley Architecture
Alabama’s premiere antique show reinvigorated
Montgomery, Alabama mcalpinetankersley.com
Charlotte Moss, Charlotte Moss, LLC New York, New York charlottemoss.com
Alabama’s premiere antique show Featuring nationally acclaimed Tastemakers and antiques dealers
SAVE THE DATE
October 2-5, 2014 2014 Featured Lecturer
M A R I O B UA T TA
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BENEFITING educational programs at Birmingham Botanical Gardens
Ben Page, Page l Duke Landscape Architects Nashville, Tennessee benpageassociates.com
Suzanne Rheinstein, Suzanne Rheinstein and Associates Los Angelas, California suzannerheinstein.com
John Rosselli, John Rosselli Antiques & Decorations New York, New York johnrosselliantiques.com
Gil Schafer, G. P. Schafer Architect, PLLC New York, New York gpschafer.com
Margot Shaw, flower Magazine Birmingham, Alabama flowermag.com
Remco van Vliet, Van Vliet & Trapp Event Design New York, New York vanvlietandtrap.com
Bunny Williams, Bunny Williams Inc. New York, New York bunnywilliams.com
2014 COMMITTEE EVENT CO-CHAIRMEN
Mindy Jacoway & Vee Vee Scott ANTIQUES CHAIRMEN
MUSIC CITY CENTER LIAISON
SPECIAL EVENTS LIAISON
BOURBON PARTY HOSTS CHAIRMAN
Ansel Cline Joyce Hitt
Jennifer and Jesse Bland
KICK OFF PARTY
Tiffany and Jackson Dale
Sue and Douglas Joyce
Lisa and John Campbell Betsy and Ridley Wills
Mary Kate and Josh Brown Minnette and Clay Jackson Rebecca and Parkes Owen
EARLY SHOPPING EVENT
Jonathan Savage and Bradley Wensel
Marjorie Feltus Hawkins
MUSIC IN THE GARDENS
Lee Oakley GARDENS CHAIRMEN
Mary Jo Shankle Steve Sirls AWARDS
Margaret Boyd Judy Wright
Jon Carloftis Gavin Duke
Sarah Bartholomew Sara Bradley
PREVIEW PARTY HOSTS
Elizabeth and Clark Akers Beth and Dave Alexander Julie and Sam Alfrey
Mary and Tom Gambill
Laurie and Steven Hooper Shay and Randy Howard
May and Kevin Lavender Ashley and Joe Levi
Sandra and Larry Lipman Mary Catherine and David McClellan
Birgitta and David Williamson
HIGH TEA EVENT
SHOW FLOOR PLAN DESIGN
Barry Caldwell Cathy Jackson
PRINT, INVITATIONS, DESIGN
Brittany and T.J. Schaffer
Marjorie Feltus Hawkins
Cabinberry Farm Events John Grimes
Chris Strutko LECTURES BOOK SIGNINGS
Caroline Lindsey Kim Holbrook
Minette Jackson LECTURE & SPONSOR HOSPITALITY
Kae Gallagher Julia Jarmon
Katherine Beasley Elizabeth Foss
Mindy Jacoway Joe Levi
Vee Vee Scott Troy Tschantz
GROUP SALES CHAIRMEN
Karen Fleming GARDEN CLUBS
Sallie Swor SOCIAL MEDIA CHAIRMAN
Anne Davis Parks
Becky Webb Betsy Wills
Beth Easter Nan Evans
Libby and Jason Sheer
Anne Davis Parks
BOX OFFICE & TICKETING
Elizabeth Foss MAILING LIST
Mary Glover BADGES
Ellen Vaughn CORPORATE LIAISON
Kimberly Ely COMMITTEE REPORTS
PAST CHAIRMEN â€“ ADVISORY COMMITTEE 2 01 3 Dana Miller Birgitta Williamson
2007 Barbara Burns Julie Gordon
2001 Betsy Brittain Janette Smith
1996 Elaine Sullivan Julie Walker
2 01 2 Sarah Bartholomew Debbie Best
2006 Liz Harwell Julia Johnson
2000 Mary Gambill Beth Moore
1995 Holly Bryant Jackie Hicks
2 01 1 Kathy Rolfe Betsy Wilt
2005 Nancy Deaton Elizabeth Papel
1999 Emily James Betsy Wills
1994 Libby Page Lynne Rhett
2 01 0 Donna Dalton Carolyn Hannon
2004 Ann Buchanan Amy Colton
1998 Kate Ezell Jane Waterlow
1993 Jane Sloan Anne Whetsell
2 00 9 Tracy Frazier Mary Jo Shankle
2003 Karen Fleming Lucy Haynes
1992 Donna Kestner Peggy Kinnard
2 00 8 Sandy Sangervasi Cathy Shell
2002 Lou Ann Brown Marjorie Clements
1997 Kim Davis Lesley Green Anne Morgan
BOARD OF DIRECTORS Joe Levi, CHAIRMAN Elizabeth Foss, VICE CHAIRMAN Brittany Schaffer, SECRETARY Troy Tschantz, TREASURER BOARD MEMBERS
Katherine Beasley Debbie Best Nancy Deaton Kate Ezell Jane MacLeod Donald McKenzie Kathy Rolfe Janette Smith Axson West DIRECTORS EMERITUS
Steve Blackmon Connie Cigarran Jane Sloan Stephen Wells
1 9 9 1 FO U N DE R S Sigourney Cheek and Connie Cigarran
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SAVE THE DATE for 2015! January 30 - February 1
Julie Fleming & Kae Gallagher, Co-Chairmen
SHOW SUPPORTERS G O L DEN B ENEFAC TO R
Mrs. Thomas F. Frist, Jr.
Allison and Phil Brooks
Ann Griffith Ash
Karyn M. Frist
Mr. and Mrs. David H. Brown
Mr. and Mrs. David F. Baker III
Mary and Tom Gambill
Dr. & Mrs. Benjamin F. Byrd III
Evelyn and Steve Blackmon
Dr. Richard J. Geer
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Cato
Ann and Til Bourland
Julie and Bob Gordon
Mr. & Mrs. John R. Cheadle
Mr. & Mrs. Douglas G. Bradbury III
Bettie and Newell Graham
Joan & Will T. Cheek
Lou Ann and Gary Brown
Dr. Neil and Lesley Green
Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Coleman
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carlton
Amy & Overton Colton
Connie and Tom Cigarran
Mr. and Mrs. John Spaulding Hicks
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Cook, Jr.
Mary Maitland DeLand, MD
Sarah and David Ingram
Mr. & Mrs. Albert J. Dale III
Patricia F. Elcan
Mr. and Mrs. H. Wynne James III
Ms. Elizabeth H. Foss
Donna and Michael Kestner
Mr. and Mrs. William W. DeCamp
Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Francis, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Levi
Allen DeCuyper and Steve Sirls
Carol and Bobby Frist
Mary and Calvin Lewis
Michael S. Dixon
Lucy and Jeff Haynes
Faith and Mitch Malloy
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Donnell, Jr.
Lisa and David Manning
Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Eskind
Buzz and Mindy Jacoway
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. McCabe, Jr.
Laurie and Steven Eskind
Mr. and Mrs. Donald I. N. McKenzie
Tricia and Doug McDowell
Steven and Kate Ezell
Beth and Paul Moore
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Fleming, Sr.
Alex Papachristidis Interiors
Anne and Walter Morgan
Jennifer and Billy Frist
Jana and Randy Parham
Elizabeth and Larry Papel
Julie and Tommy Frist
Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Patton
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Perkins, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Landy Gardner
Mr. & Mrs. Gustavus A. Puryear IV
Fred and Claudia Pirman
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rolfe
Deborah and Keith Pitts
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley E. Graham
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Sangervasi
Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Regan
Mrs. Kate Ransom Wilson Grayken
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Scott
Emily J. Reynolds
Clark and Tom Harwell
Dr. and Mrs. William A. Shell, Jr.
Dr. Mike and Liz Schatzlein
Mrs. Mary Simpson & Mrs. Gayle Bourland
Dr. and Mrs. Steven B Shankle
Mr. and Mrs. David Galbreath Hitt
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Stadler
Jane and Ben Sloan
Mrs. Henry W. Hooker
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Sullivan
Dr. David & Shirley Horowitz
Rev. & Mrs. Tim Taylor
Mr. Clay Isaacs
Jeremy S. Werthan
Brian Jackson and Roger Moore
Dr. and Mrs. William Whetsell, Jr.
Frances C. Jackson
Mrs. John Warner White
Mr. and Mrs. Kris Johnson
Jerry and Ernie Williams
Edie and David Johnson
Louise B. Wallace Foundation B EN E FACTOR Mr. and Mrs. Craig J. Andreen Dr. Jordan Asher and Ms. Jody Mattison Katherine Beasley Cathy & Martin Brown, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Gregory L. Burns Jim and Nicky Cheek Mr. and Mrs. Neely Coble, III Patti and Mark Cundiff Caroline A. Davis Dr. and Mrs. Mark Deaton Billy and Jamie Eskind Chloe Fort
PATRO NS Mr. and Mrs. T. Clark Akers Lin and Bill Andrews Mrs. Hunter Armistead Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Bartholomew III Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Best, Jr. Margaret and Patrick S. Boyd Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Braun Mr. and Mrs. Clay Bright
Lillias Dale Johnston Peggy and Randy Kinnard Paul Kuhn and Holly Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. Randolph M. LaGasse Mr. and Mrs. George Lazenby Dr. and Mrs. John Lea IV Sandra and Larry Lipman Jane and Don MacLeod McAlpine Booth & Ferrier Lisa Bouchard and William Dudley Morgan
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ralls Niewold Mr. and Mrs. William A. Oldacre Mr. & Mrs. Ben G. Page, Jr.
A SPECIAL THANK YOU The Jacoway Family, Buzz and Delaney for their continued understanding, support and patience for the last 18 months. Much love and appreciation, Mindy
Nan Nelson Parrish
ABF Freight System
Laurie and Steven Hooper
PeffenCline Masonry Group Inc.
Alley-Cassetty Brick and Block
Ibiza Fine Gifts
Antiques and Garden Show Executive Committee
Dr. and Mrs. Dale Pilkinton Judy Brooks Reed Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Reeves Mr. & Mrs. J. Allen Reynolds III
Mr. & Mrs. H. Moore Rhett III
Emmie and Stephen Rick
Bates Nursery and Garden Center
Mrs. Walter M. Robinson, Jr.
Bauer Askew Architecture
Jones Stone Company Joyner & Hogan Printing Co. Bob Lehn Lithographics, Inc.
The Bradford Group
LONGSHADOW Classic Garden Ornaments
Longwood Antique Woods
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Small Mr. and Mrs. T. Andrew Smith
Bridgestone Arena and The Nashville Predators
Mrs. Dan Spengler
Gil Schafer III Dr. & Mrs. Timothy Schoettle
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Steele Mrs. Fred Tarkington, Jr.
Cabinberry Farm Events
Mr. & Mrs. T. Stephen C. Taylor
Kristin and Don Taylor
Creekside Garden Center
Mr. and Mrs. Troy J. Tschantz Mr. and Mrs. James F. Turner, Jr. Mrs. James S. Turner, Jr.
Mayor Karl Dean Garden Park Antiques
Dr. Jan van Eys
Garden Variety Design
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wallace
Mr. and Mrs. Govan D. White Mr. and Mrs. David G. Williamson III
Mr. and Mrs. W. Ridley Wills III
Sissy and Bill Wilson
Hester & Cook Design Group, Inc.
Mrs. David K. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Toby S. Wilt, Jr. C O N T R IB UTORS Mr. and Mrs. Gareth S. Aden Mr. and Mrs. James L. Beckner
Dean Hitt and Michael Boyd Holtkamp Nurseries
Music City Center Staff Judy Nebhut Anne Davis Parks Peter Bucci Proven Winners Sperry’s Stone + Steel Creative Taigan Turkish T Ellen Vaughn The Wine Chap Walker Lumber & Hardware Cathy Whitlock
A very special thank you to Shannon Shears, Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville Event Coordinator. She works tirelessly to make this event the success it is.
Josephine D. Doubleday Mr. and Mrs. Richard Douglas III May Dean Eberling Ron D. Farris Mrs. Martha R. Ingram Mr. & Mrs. J. Fred Pilkerton, Jr. Betty Sanford Debra and David Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Blair J. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Zerfoss III
Thank You to our Chairman of the Board, Joe Levi
On behalf of the Show and its beneficiaries, Cheekwood and ECON, we wish to acknowledge Joe Levi, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville, for his devotion to the Show over the years. Joe’s tireless and very successful fundraising efforts have been unmatched and have helped to bring this Show to an unprecedented level.
T H A N K YO U T O O U R
SPONSORS SHOW SPONSOR TV V Capital
KEYNOTE LECTURE SPONSOR H.G. Hill Realty Company, LLC
DESIGN PANEL SPONSOR The HighBoy
EARLY SHOPPING EVENT SPONSOR VERANDA
GARDEN SPONSORS GSB Foundation
PLATINUM The William Stamps Farish Fund • Jack Daniel Distillery • Pinnacle Financial Partners
GOLD Crosslin & Associates, P. C.
SILVER Harbert Management Corporation • Publix Super Markets Charities, Inc. Robert W. Baird & Co. Incorporated • flower Magazine
BRONZE ADAC • Brasfield & Gorrie, LLC • Corrections Corporation of America • Gen Cap America, Inc. The Joyce Family Foundation • Petra Capital Partners, LLC • Louie M. & Betty M. Phillips Foundation Southeast Venture • Mister T’s Patio
BOOK SPONSOR Books-A-Million
HOTEL SPONSOR Omni Hotels & Resorts Nashville
CONTRIBUTING SPONSORS ConServ Biz • Highwoods Properties • The Louise B. Wallace Foundation Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C. • RR Donnelley • The Dorothy Cate & Thomas F. Frist Foundation Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis, LLP • Wells Fargo • The Wine Chap
MEDIA SPONSORS Nashville Lifestyles • Nashville Public Television • Nfocus • Lamar Advertising Greater Nashville House & Home & Garden • Nashville Arts Magazine
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TVV Capital is a Nashville-based private equity investment firm seeking to acquire and grow established, profitable businesses in the niche manufacturing, distribution, and service industries.
An exceptional investment firm seeking to partner with America’s finest businesses
201 Fourth Avenue North, Suite 1250 • Nashville, TN 37219 Tel: (615) 256-8061 • Fax: (615) 256-7057 www.tvvcapital.com