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CELEBRATING 25 YEARS OF

STYLE


SUPPORTING THE COMMUNITIES WE SERVE NEVER GOES OUT OF STYLE First Tennessee is proud to sponsor the Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville. FTB.COM

Š2015 First Tennessee Bank National Association. Member FDIC. www.firsttennessee.com


FROM THE BOARD CHAIRMAN

WELCOME TO THE 25th YEAR OF THE ANTIQUES & GARDEN SHOW OF NASHVILLE The Board of Directors and I are so pleased to be celebrating this important anniversary year with you. We hope that you will enjoy this year’s theme of STYLE. Our 2015 show chairmen, Julie Fleming and Kae Gallagher, have worked tirelessly with hundreds of volunteers to bring you this exciting and unique event. We are thrilled to welcome keynote lecturer and style icon Diane Keaton to the show. We are also pleased to have Blackberry Farm’s Kreis Beall and top designer Suzanne Kasler join us on Saturday. As you walk the show floor, you will be among over 150 antiques and horticultural dealers here from across the country and Europe. While we are saddened by the recent death of honorary chair Oscar de la Renta, we hope you will enjoy the gardens inspired by Oscar and his wife, Annette de la Renta. We are also so thankful for our show sponsor TVV Capital and the corporate sponsors, media sponsors and show patrons who make this event possible through their generous financial support. It is this support and your patronage that has allowed the show to raise nearly $6 million for Cheekwood and local charities supported by the Economic Club of Nashville. We thank you for your support and hope that you enjoy the show!

January 30 - February 1, 2015 Music City Center • Nashville, Tennessee

CONTENTS From the Show Chairmen

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Show Schedule and Events

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Honorary Chairmen

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Show Sponsor, TVV Capital

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Lectures

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Gardens

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Celebrating 25 Years

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Antiques Dealers

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Horticulture Dealers

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Upcoming at Cheekwood ECON

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National Advisory Committee

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2015 Committee

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Past Chairmen/2015 Board of Directors

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Beneficiaries

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Show Supporters

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A Special Thank You

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Sponsors

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CATALOG PRODUCTION

Elizabeth Foss Chairman, The Antiques & Garden Show Board of Directors

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DESIGN Stephanie Simkin, Stone + Steel Creative PRINTING Joyner & Hogan EDITING Alan Bostick & Emme Baxter, Boulevard Communications, LLC

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2015 ANTIQUES & GARDEN SHOW OF NASHVILLE P. O. Box 50950 Nashville, TN 37205 (615) 352-1282 office (615) 352-6549 fax


FROM OUR SHOW CHAIRMEN

Julie Fleming and Kae Gallagher

Welcome to the Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville 2015. We are so honored to be the chairmen of the 25th year of this tremendous event. Connie Cigarran and Sigourney Cheek created this inspired concept over two decades ago and it has been replicated all over the country since. Their dedication and vision remains the constant thread and has cultivated Nashville’s Antiques and Garden Show to be one of the largest and finest in the country. Thanks to the groundwork of all of the previous chairs and the commitment of countless volunteers, we are proud to celebrate this tradition in STYLE. The show had been so fortunate to count one of Nashville’s greatest treasures, the late Albert Hadley, as a longtime supporter and visonary. His watchful eye and expertise helped nurture the show and brought in some of the country’s highest caliber designers. We are delighted to have his sketches from his private collection here at the show this year for sale. When we were brainstorming about the show last spring, Annette and Oscar de la Renta came up as ideal Honorary Chairmen. They are avid gardeners and design enthusiasts and we knew they’d be a great fit for our Show. Annette was a dear friend of Albert’s and happy to be a part of something Albert so loved. We were saddened by the death of Oscar de la Renta and decided to honor him with our gardens. As you’ll see, the five gardens include a unique nod to the late designer – each cloaked in tremendous STYLE. In keeping with the theme, we are excited to present Diane Keaton as Keynote Speaker! Our lecture series promises to enlighten you with inspiration and brilliant STYLE. We are honored and delighted to welcome all of our headliners to our amazing city! We are very grateful to our show’s sponsor, Andrew Byrd of TVV Capital, for 25 years of continued sponsorship. We truly appreciate the support of our corporate and media sponsors, golden benefactors, benefactors, patrons, A&G Board, committee members, dealers, gardeners and the entire Nashville community. We are thrilled you are here and hope you enjoy the show! Julie Fleming & Kae Gallagher 2015 Show Chairmen

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P L E AS E JOIN U S FOR T H ESE

SPECIAL EVENTS P R E V I E W PA RT Y

SHOW SCHEDULE

Featuring a private collection of sketches by Albert Hadley available for purchase

SHOW DATES AND HOU RS :

Cocktails and Light Fare

Friday & Saturday 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Thursday, January 29 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Sponsored by First Tennessee

January 30 – February 1, 2015

Sunday 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

THURSDAY, JANUARY 29 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. Benefactors Reception featuring Carolyn Englefield of VERANDA book signing 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. Preview Party

FRIDAY, JANUARY 30 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. Show open 11:00 a.m. Keynote Lecture, Diane Keaton moderated by Alexa Hampton

1:00 p.m. A Southern Garden Tour by Garden & Gun 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. The Bourbon Party

SATURDAY, JANUARY 3 1 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. Show open 11:00 a.m. Kreis Beall of Blackberry Farm: The Passion of Design and Suzanne Kasler: Design at Blackberry Farm

1:00 p.m. Saturday Design Panel: Michael Devine, Jane Scott Hodges, Markham Roberts, and Christopher Spitzmiller moderated by Margot Shaw, editor of flower magazine

2:30 – 3:30 p.m. Ask an Expert Q&A with Margot Shaw, editor of flower magazine, and Jane Scott Hodges 4:00 – 7:00 p.m. Music in the Gardens

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Show open

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HONORARY CHAIRM EN

ANNETTE & OSCAR DE LA RENTA “ Gardening is how I relax. It’s another form of creating and playing with color. ”

- Oscar de la Renta

We are so honored to have Annette and the late Oscar de la Renta as our honorary chairs. To celebrate our 25th year, we revisited Albert’s impact on the show and discovered the de la Rentas were not only his clients, but Annette was also a dear family friend. The three collaborated on several projects and homes. Best known for his fashion empire, Oscar and his wife, Annette, were also avid gardeners and lovers of all design.

ALBERT HADLEY “ Decorating is not about making stage sets,

it’s not about making pretty pictures for the magazines; it’s really about creating a quality of life, a beauty that nourishes the soul.” - Albert Hadley

The story of American interior design cannot be told without a good portion devoted to the career of Nashville-born Albert Livingstone Hadley, Jr., America’s preeminent interior designer. Hadley’s handiwork is found anywhere restraint, flexibility of style and contextually appropriate design are valued. During more than 30 years as one the two principals of Parish-Hadley Associates, the decorating firm of choice for bluebloods and society types, Hadley’s talents attracted so many artistic disciples that his aesthetic DNA is now found virtually everywhere one finds tasteful and timeless interiors. Hadley’s work is legendary, not solely through association with famous clients and legendary rooms such as the Kennedy White House and the homes of Brooke Astor, Babe Paley, and Happy Rockefeller. He’s not one to coast on legendary works or a star client roster. In a 2004 interview with New York magazine he said, “But names really are not the point,” he says. “It’s what you can achieve for the simplest person. Glamour is part of it, but glamour is not the essence. Design is about discipline and reality, not about fantasy beyond reality.”

A select group of rare sketches by Albert Hadley will be on display and available for purchase at the 2015 Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville Preview Party.

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Thank you for 25 years of continued sponsorship! S H OW S P ON SOR

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 thennew Nashville Convention Center. “The two, formerly separate shows merging into its current format was unique at that point in time,” Mr. Byrd says. “The result is a fantastic symbiotic relationship because the gardens provide such a great setting for the antiques. It is one of the most beautiful and successful shows of its type in the country. The success of our show is attributable in part to the visionary leadership the Antique & Garden Show received in its startup phase.” But Mr. Byrd’s roots run much deeper than his initial involvement with the Lawn & Garden Show more than two decades ago. He is a past president of the Exchange Club of Nashville, a past chairman of the Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt, a past president of the Boy Scouts of Middle Tennessee, and a founding member of the Economic Club of Nashville. The Economic Club charities and Cheekwood are beneficiaries of the proceeds from the event. In addition to his ties with the Antiques & Garden Show, Mr. Byrd, his father, and his wife have all held volunteer leadership positions at Cheekwood, a 55-acre botanical garden and art museum located on the historic Cheek estate in Nashville. Byrd said, “We believe in the show and its mission and what it contributes to our community. It is wonderful to live in a community where people possess that deep sense of service that binds us together. Nashville is a great city and it is important for Nashvillians to support institutions that help create a quality place to live. That is what this show really does — it helps make Nashville a beautiful place to live, year after year. It is our responsibility to maintain shows and programs like this in our community.” He added, “Thank you to the Friends of Cheekwood and all the people who have worked so hard over the years. They have put so much time and effort into this event, and it continues to pay dividends for our community.”

“ It is important for Nashvillians to support institutions that help create a

quality place to live. That is what this show really does — it helps make Nashville a beautiful place to live, year after year. ” – Andrew W. Byrd, Founder and President of TVV Capital, Show Sponsor

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 2015 • 11:00 A.M . Book signing after the lecture.

KEY N OT E S P E A K E R

DIANE KEATON Shifting effortlessly from comedy to drama and back again, Diane Keaton has established herself as an iconic and versatile actress who continues to captivate audiences all over the world. When not acting, Keaton has also proven herself to be an accomplished director, producer, best-selling author and fashion icon. Keaton’s acting career includes Hollywood classics like The Godfather Trilogy, Looking for Mr. Goodbar, and Annie Hall, as well as smash box office hits including Baby Boom, Father of the Bride, The First Wives Club. Ms. Keaton received an Academy Award for Best Actress for her work in Annie Hall and Academy Award nominations for her roles in the films Something’s Gotta Give, Reds, and Marvin’s Room. Ms. Keaton has also received praise as a director for her work on the documentary Heaven, her critically acclaimed film Unstrung Heroes, and audience favorite Hanging Up. In addition, Keaton directed the well-received television pilot Pasadena for Fox Television (which she also executive produced) and an episode of the Emmywinning drama China Beach.

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As a producer, she is proud to have worked with Gus Van Sant on his critically acclaimed film, Elephant, which won the Palm d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival. She has starred in and executive produced the Lifetime TV movie, On Thin Ice, for which she won a Prism Award for her compelling performance. An accomplished author, Keaton has published many books on a range of subjects, including art (Clown Paintings), crime photography (Local News: Tabloid Pictures From The Los Angeles Herald Express 1936-1961),and architecture (California Romantica, House). Then Again, Keaton’s touching memoir and love letter to her mother Dorothy, was critically heralded and a New York Times best-seller. Ms. Keaton recently published another best-seller, Let’s Just Say It Wasn’t Pretty.

MOD E RAT E D BY

ALEXA HAMPTON

Hampton is the author of two critically praised books: The Language of Interior Design and Decorating in Detail and contributed an essay for Charlotte Moss’ book, A Visual Life. She is also a contributing columnist for the The Wall Street Journal’s Saturday “Off Duty” section. Hampton posts on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest under Alexa Hampton Inc. and frequently lectures on design around the country and in China. In recent years, Hampton received an honorary Ph.D. from Moore College of Art and Design, was awarded Cosmopolitan’s Fun Fearless Female Award, Connecticut Cottage & Gardens’ Design Innovator Award and the Hyland Award for Interior Design. She was the first woman to receive the Design Icon Award at the World Market Center in 2013. In 2014, she received a Crystal Kylin Award from the China Interior Design Association, one of the top honors of the design industry in that country. Hampton has a growing stable of acclaimed products for the home. These include fabrics and trims for Kravet Inc.; her own furniture line for Hickory Chair Co. and its sister furniture line at Kravet; carpets for Stark Carpet; lighting for Visual Comfort & Co.; mantels for Chesney’s; and The Alexa Hampton Home Collection for HSN, which includes towels, bedding, slipcovers, and curtains.

Purchase Diane Keaton and Alexa Hampton’s books and have them signed immediately after the lecture. Books are available for purchase in the Show Floor lobby, outside Davidson Ballroom after the lecture or in advance at antiquesandgardenshow.com A portion of book sales proceeds go to Show beneficiaries! 7


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FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 2015 • 1:00 P.M . Book signing after the lecture.

A SOUTHERN GARDEN TOUR BY For the editors of Garden & Gun, the search for great Southern gardens is about more than just the beauty of grand landscapes: It’s about discovering the stories behind the lush green spaces and meeting the personalities who bring them to life. Come along on a retrospective tour of the diverse gardens photographed for the magazine over the past seven years, from a Hill Country oasis in Texas by Sarah Lake to the revival of a Charles Gillette gem in the Virginia countryside. Also, go behind the scenes with Style Director Haskell Harris to learn the secrets of what attracted the editors to each Southern property from the start.

Rebecca Wesson Darwin Rebecca Wesson Darwin is Founder & CEO of Garden & Gun. Ms. Darwin launched Garden & Gun in Spring 2007, after moving to Charleston, S.C., following a successful career in publishing in New York. In 2007, the magazine was named the #2 hottest launch of over 700 magazines that year and in 2011, it won a National Magazine Award in General Excellence by the American Society of Magazine Editors and was named to Advertising Age’s 2011 Magazine A-List (ranked #4 out of 10.) The Garden & Gun brand has continued to develop under her direction through the creation of G&G Mercantile, G&G Exclusives, G&G Land, and an award-winning digital edition. Darwin grew up in Columbia, S.C., attended the University of North Carolina, and then moved to New York. She established her career at GQ, where she implemented national retail advertising and promotions programs and later became the first female publisher of The New Yorker, publisher of Mirabella, and marketing director of Fortune. She also served as President and CEO of the National Association for Female Executives. Her immersion in the worlds of media, fashion, advertising and business brings an understanding and grace to the world of Garden & Gun. Ms. Darwin lives in downtown Historic Charleston with her husband, Cress, the Pastor of Second Presbyterian Church, her two girls, Lily & SaSa, and her springer spaniel, Phillip.

Haskell Harris Haskell Harris is Style Director at Garden & Gun, where she edits stories on fashion, entertaining, interior design, architecture, collections, gardens, and Southern artisans. Harris was founding Style Editor at Garden & Gun and is also an 11-year veteran of the shelter magazine world. She has written and produced stories for House Beautiful, Southern Accents, Better Homes & Gardens, Cottage Living, Coastal Living and Southern Living. Garden & Gun, LLC is a lifestyle brand anchored by its award-winning national magazine, Garden & Gun, which covers the best of the South, including sporting culture, food, music, art, literature, people and ideas. With a national audience of more than one million passionate and engaged readers, the magazine has won numerous awards for journalism, design and overall excellence. The New York Times best-selling book The Southerner’s Handbook was published in 2013, followed by Good Dog in late 2014. The company and editorial team are headquartered in Charleston, S.C., with advertising sales offices across the United States.

Purchase Garden & Gun’s books and have them signed immediately after the lecture. Books are available for purchase in the Show Floor lobby, after the lecture or in advance at antiquesandgardenshow.com A portion of book sales proceeds go to Show beneficiaries!

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SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 2015 • 11:00 A.M . Book signing after the lecture.

KRE I S BE AL L OF B L AC K B E R RY FARM :

THE PASSION OF DESIGN Founder and Director of Design at Blackberry Farm — an award-winning, 62-room Relais and Chateaux hotel and resort in the Smoky Mountains of East Tennessee. Kreis Beall, the multi-talented founder of the acclaimed luxury destination Blackberry Farm, defies simple description. As entrepreneurial as she is artistic, the Tennessee native’s varied experiences — hotel proprietor, chef, photographer, interior designer, intrepid traveler — all share a common thread. That thread is Beall’s passion for the art of living, her love of beauty and her knack for transforming big dreams into real, uncontrived elegance. Like her mother and grandmother before her, Beall works tirelessly to curate thoughtful, hospitable environments and experiences. Ever the gracious host, she’s often overhead saying, “The answer is yes… What’s the question?” — and she means it. Intuitive in approach, yet relentless and disciplined in execution, Beall’s projects reflect another can-do credo she attributes to her Southern, matriarchal predecessors: “Good, better, best. Never let it rest. Till the good is better and the better is best.” Drawing on that philosophy and years of celebrated commercial and residential design work, Beall founded Blackberry Design in response to numerous design commissions and client requests. From rustic to refined, coastal to contemporary, her work quickly earned recognition and commissions not for their signature, singular aesthetic but their easy, approachable attitude — optimistic, inventive spaces that effortlessly balance classic style with modern comfort. Today, Beall serves as Director of Design for the full-service group, which includes a talented team of designers and associates who share her tenacious spirit and commitment to truly livable luxury. The team’s work focuses on creating Blackberry Farm’s serene, award-winning interiors, as well as select private commissions on and off the property.

S UZ A N N E K AS L E R :

DESIGN AT BLACKBERRY FARM

Inspired by the many different genres of style, Suzanne Kasler has mastered the unexpected juxtapositions of style and design. An expression of style can take many forms – fashion, art, architecture, design. Incorporating the personal collections of her clients with fine art and antiques, contemporary pieces and custom-designed furniture, Suzanne creates meaningful interiors that straddle a rare middle ground between sophisticate and ingénue. Defined by casual elegance, Suzanne’s classically inspired rooms, pretty palettes, comfortable spaces have been published in major design magazines, including Architectural Digest, Elle Décor, House Beautiful, Traditional Home and Veranda. She has been named to Architectural Digest’s AD100 and Elle Décor’s A-List. Her award-winning interiors have also been captured in two lavishly illustrated books with Rizzoli, Inspired Interiors and Timeless Style. In addition to designing timeless interiors for her clients, Suzanne has produced signature lines for Ballard Designs, Hickory Chair, Lee Jofa and Visual Comfort, as well as a line of rugs with Safavieh and fine art with Soicher-Marin.

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Michael Devine Michael Devine was raised in Illinois where his passion for all aspects of design was nurtured. He studied art history at the Ecole du Louvre, French at the Sorbonne and cooking at the Ritz Escoffier. It was his two years in Paris that honed his eye and continue to inspire his work. He returned to New York and spent over six years as style and party editor at HFN Magazine where he covered the glittering design world on both sides of the Atlantic. It was this experience that gave him the drive to create his bespoke fabric collection of modern traditional hand prints, Michael Devine Ltd. His textiles are known for their desirable chic hand-crafted look. He left the magazine world in 2006 to pursue his design passion full-time. He found a charming property in the upstate village of Kinderhook, New York, where he continues to refine his aesthetic and craft in his studio. Devine’s fabric are frequently featured in the world’s top design magazines and blogs, including House Beautiful, Elle Décor, Traditional Home, Quest, British House & Garden, The World of Interiors, Remodelista and All the Best. His fabric collection was chosen by French Elle Decoration as Best of International. His Kinderhook apartment was featured on HGTV’s Small Spaces Big Ideas. In 2010, he designed a beautiful shed as a bloggers retreat for the Berkshire Botanical Gardens annual summer exhibit “Living in Nature”. It is in Kinderhook that his love of gardening took root and he has created his acclaimed, charming Jardin de Cure. His garden has been featured in Country Living Magazine and Woman’s Day Gardening & Outdoor Living. He has also been featured in the New York Times “Shopping With” column. His first book, An Invitation to the Garden: Entertaining, Cultivating and Cooking through the Four Seasons was published by Rizzoli International in the spring of 2014.

Jane Scott Hodges From early in her career, Jane Scott Hodges has set herself apart from her contemporaries in the design community with her custom linens that are at once beautiful and practical for today’s reality of muddy paw prints and spilled cocktails. At the heart of Jane Scott’s effort has been to pair luxury with real life in a way never before done. As the founder of couture fine linens company Leontine Linens, Jane Scott Hodges is credited with reviving the art of couture linens for home. As an innovator of, and authority on, fine linens, she is known for her ability to introduce heirloom quality luxury linens and accessories for everyday use. More so, Jane Scott took the heritage driven concept of the monogram and rejuvenated it with a modern sensibility, incorporating unique styles and unexpected color. Jane Scott’s custom linens can be found in the most beautiful private homes across the country and abroad, from historic estates to modern penthouses. She collaborates with the most preeminent interior designers and architects for projects of every scale. Her linens have been featured in shelter magazines worldwide, including House Beautiful, Elle Decor, Traditional Home, and Town & Country. Jane Scott is a passionate philanthropist and supports many organizations, including: Preservation Resource Center (New Orleans), Hermann-Grima + Gallier Historic Houses (New Orleans), The Bone Marrow Foundation (New York), Lenox Hill Neighborhood House (New York), Bluegrass Conservancy (Lexington), St. Joseph Hospital Foundation (Lexington), The Bluegrass Trust (Lexington), New Orleans Museum of Art (New Orleans) and New Orleans Botanical Gardens (New Orleans). To this day, there is nothing Jane Scott loves more than showing up on a client’s doorstep, trunk in hand, ready to design beautiful linens that are the perfect reflection of the client’s aesthetic and lifestyle. LINENS: For Every Room and Occasion is the perfect culmination of nearly 20 years of Mary Poppins moments, designing beautiful linens that can be enjoyed and not just admired. 14


Markham Roberts Markham Roberts, a New York-based interior designer, has been called “a master of timeless American style” by Vogue. Known for his ability to work in any design vernacular, Markham brings a modern approach to classic design. His work is not defined by signature gimmicks or design trends, but rather by a distinct refinement and subtlety that is largely unknown today. Using an inventive combination of layered pattern and color, as well as a bold juxtaposition of fine furniture and works of art from around the world, his interiors have been described by House Beautiful as “the very definition of chic.” Born in Indianapolis, Markham graduated from Brown University and trained with the late Mark Hampton for six years, before opening his own firm in 1997. Markham has earned the reputation as one of the top decorators of his generation. Markham Roberts and his work have been published in Architectural Digest, Domino, Elle Décor, House Beautiful, House & Garden, Southern Accents, Town & Country, and The New York Times. He has been named to the AD100. Markham’s monograph, Decorating: The Way I See It, published by The Vendome Press, showcases his refreshing approach to interior decoration, taking readers step-by-step through the design process. In vast New York City apartments, historic estates on Long Island, ocean-side Florida mansions, stately Southern and Midwestern houses, rustic Montana ski retreats, and modern Puget Sound compounds, readers will see his diversity and sophistication as a decorator exhibited through 40 distinct examples of his work, including three Nashville projects. Finally, Markham puts all of the pieces together, using his own country house, a 19thcentury gentleman’s farm in the Hudson Valley, as an example.

Christopher Spitzmiller Christopher Spitzmiller’s iconic ceramic lamp designs draw inspiration from classical forms and traditional gem-like glazes. He began his career in Georgetown in Washington, D.C., where he worked out of an old school house near Dumbarton Oaks. Shortly thereafter, his work received critical acclaim, and his reputation as a noteworthy ceramicist began to emerge. In the summers, he worked from Mecox Gardens in Southampton as an artist-in-residence and such designers as Albert Hadley, Richard Keith Langham and Suzanne Rheinstein began to commission his work. Since 1996, Christopher has been concentrating his efforts on his unique lamp designs. In the fall of 1999, after outgrowing his Washington studio, he moved to New York City, where he now creates his one of a kind lamps with his crew of skilled artisans. The lamps are of timeless appeal and luxurious quality. Beautiful classic forms are drenched in bold vibrant rich glazes. Each one-of-a-kind lamp is set in a hand-turned hardwood base, which is water gilt with 23k yellow gold or 9k white gold for a silver finish. Currently, Christopher is expanding his designs to tableware and other ceramic accessories. Christopher’s work is often featured in celebrated publications, such as Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, Elle Décor, Departures, The New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. He has had the honor of making lamps for the current Oval Office, the past two White House Administrations, as well the Blair House and other distinguished American homes. When not in the studio, Christopher can be found at his farm in Millbrook, New York gardening, beekeeping, making jam, or tending to his flock of heritage-breed chickens. He also enjoys the pleasure of giving back to the community by serving on the board of the local, time-honored Lenox Hill Neighborhood House and as Vice Chair of the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club President Dinner.

PANEL M ODERATED BY

Margot Shaw, editor of flower magazine Purchase these designers’ books and have them signed before the lecture. Books are available for purchase in the Show Floor lobby, before the lecture or in advance at antiquesandgardenshow.com A portion of book sales proceeds go to Show beneficiaries! 15


ASK AN EXPERT SAT U RDAY, JAN UA RY 31 , 2 015 • 2:30 P.M . Join Margot Shaw of flower and Jane Scott Hodges of Leontine Linens, as they create four magical tablescapes ranging from rustic to formal - complete with Leontine linens, china, stem and flatware and simple go-to flower arrangements and containers to suit each design. Margot Shaw was a late bloomer when it comes to the art of floral design. A self-proclaimed “calland-order-flowers girl,” Shaw reached a watershed moment when planning her daughter’s at-home wedding. Working alongside the floral and event designer, she recognized the artistry and inspiration involved in “flowering” and soon began apprenticing with that same designer. After a few years, still enamored with all things floral but unable to locate a publication that spoke to her passion, she set about creating one. With a clear vision, a deep appreciation for beauty, a facility with words, a hometown (Birmingham) uniquely geared towards publishing, and the advice and counsel of generous industry professionals, Shaw launched flower. Since its debut in March 2007, flower has continued to grow at a steady pace, recently moving from quarterly to bimonthly and available in all 50 U.S. states and 17 countries. Jane Scott Hodges is credited with reviving the art of couture linens for home. As an innovator of, and the authority on, fine linens, she is known for her ability to introduce heirloom quality luxury linens and accessories for everyday use. Jane Scott’s custom linens can be found in the most beautiful private homes across the country and abroad, from historic estates to modern penthouses. To this day, there is nothing Jane Scott loves more than showing up on a client’s doorstep, trunk in hand, ready to design beautiful linens that are the perfect reflection of the client’s aesthetic and lifestyle.

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2015 GARDENS GARDEN AWARDS* Each year, the Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville features a selection of interactive, professionally designed gardens for the enjoyment of our visitors. Just before the Show opens, a select, secret committee of judges honors the garden designers with four prestigious awards.

T H E BRYAN T F L E MIN G AWA R D F OR B E ST O F S H OW This award is presented for the Best of Show with respect to both horticulture and creativity.

T H E CO L O R PA LETT E AWA R D 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.

T H E P E O P LE ´S C H OIC E AWA R D 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. * The Cheekwood garden is for exhibition only and not eligible for awards

ENT RY G A R D E N : C H E E K WOOD

La Dama del Jardin Inspired by the Alhambra in southern Spain, the flowing fountains, elegant arches, and palette of Mediterranean plants provide a backdrop to play with style and color in a beautiful floral dress. Patrick Larkin serves as Senior Vice President of Gardens and Facilities at Cheekwood. Larkin–who holds the Bachelor of Science degree in horticulture from Virginia Tech and the Master of Science degree in public horticulture administration from the Longwood Graduate Program of the University of Delaware–has enjoyed working at a number of diverse public garden institutions across the US. Leigh Anne Lomax has been working at Cheekwood since 2006. She has recently transitioned to the Education Department where she oversees tours, docents, and garden exhibitions.

Gale Higgs of Nashville Landscape Systems, Inc. has been providing landscaping, irrigation, maintenance and drainage work in Middle Tennessee since 1979. A graduate of Missouri State University, Gale is also a state licensed contractor, a member of P.L.A.N.T. and the Tennessee Nursery & Landscape Association. With our rich knowledge of just the right techniques and materials for successful landscapes in our region, Gale Higgs has provided year round service on a number of high profile estates in Middle Tennessee as well as Cheekwood. Troy Marden is a designer and author who has been involved with Antiques & Garden Show for more than 20 years. In addition to hosting Nashville Public Television’s hit gardening show, Volunteer Gardener, Troy writes regularly for some of the country’s top gardening magazines and his own blog, Gardener Cook, explores two of his greatest passions—plants and food. 2014 saw the release of his first two books, Plant This Instead! and the Southern Gardener’s Handbook, as well as the launch of a garden tour business, leading groups of enthusiastic gardeners to England, Scotland and Italy with more exciting trips planned for the near future. troybmarden.com

SiteWorks is trusted by Middle Tennessee clients since 2002 to build terraced gardens, pools, spas, patios, water features, walkways, drives, and every hardscape construction need. The SiteWorks’ team of craftsmen turn ordinary backyards into elegant outdoor environments that you will enjoy for years while adding value to your home. siteworksoftn.com

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CE N T E R G A R D E N : A N N E DA IG H LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT, LLC

Haute House A distinct and exotic garden space where fashionably elegant individuals convene in style. Anne Daigh: I’m a storyteller and a landscape architect. At first glance, those things may seem unrelated, but once you understand who I am and how I work, you’ll see they’re actually one and the same. I tell a story with every landscape I create. I launched my company in fall 2010 following 8½ years with Page Duke Landscape Architects. My job with PDLA brought me to Nashville after earning my Bachelor’s Degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Georgia. Though Georgia born and bred, I set roots in Nashville, quickly becoming part of the story of the 12South neighborhood that I call home. I’m currently helping The Urban Agrarian Movement by designing a community garden on 12th Ave South. annedaigh.com

Vintage Millworks: Since our beginning in 1987, our founders, skilled craftsmen and seasoned staff have shared a passion for creating elegance in wood. Whatever the project size, we craft every element one at a time, using the tools most appropriate to the work – from traditional hand tools to digital and multi-head machinery. Throughout the mid-South, architects, designers and building professionals value our knowledge and problem-solving techniques. Our millwork graces homes and commercial buildings with inspirations drawn from early period architecture through the 21st century. We take pride in preserving the elegance of yesterday while building for tomorrow. vintage-millworks.com SO UT H G AR D E N : PAG E | D U K E LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS

Flora•Fashion•Fantasy Oscar de la Renta–a name of legendary import–fires the imagination with images of sumptuous fabrics effortlessly brought together into season after season of supremely elegant fashion...or is it art? Amazingly, his world of high fashion was deeply inspired and nurtured by his early fascination with horticulture and the magic of water. Our garden attempts to evoke the melding of those two worlds in his career and pay homage to one of the true creative geniuses of the 20th century. Guided by client’s wishes, PAGE|DUKE mission is to create landscape and garden designs that are thoughtful, beautiful, inspiring, and timeless. These relationships are based on mutual respect, and the utmost in service and exceptional design. Disciplines of expertise include landscape architecture, land planning, and urban design for residential, community, and institutional clients. Regardless of the project size, PAGE|DUKE develops designs that are appropriate in scale and function. Projects range from intimate gardens and outdoor living areas to expansive public spaces and estates. Both classical and modern theories may be used in the design process as it relates to each project’s specific architectural style. Methods incorporating sustainable solutions that reduce environmental impact and enhance natural ecosystems are consciously used for the benefit of humans and animals alike. In all endeavors, whether creating a private courtyard, teaming with an architect and interior designer on a new home environment, or master planning a public garden, the focus is always to serve the owner and achieve an extraordinary vision. pageduke.com

Natural Creations LLC was formed in 1998 by Matt Dawson and John Henderson. After graduating from the Ornamental Horticulture school at the University of Tennessee, they decided to take their knowledge to Middle Tennessee and start a full service landscape company. Upon receiving a large commercial maintenance contract, the company was able to acquire a few pieces of equipment to begin bidding on installation projects. naturalcreationsllc.com 22


EAST G AR D E N : P OIS E & IV Y

A Magical Mystic Garden

“Gardening is how I relax. It’s another form of creating and playing with colors.” – Oscar de la Renta

Kathi Gilleland‘s love for plants began at an early age. Gathering, dividing, planting and weeding have always been a part of her life. 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 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 Lance Alvis has provided Nashville with residential construction management, fine carpentry finishes and custom cabinetry for over 20 years. A native of Middle Tennessee, Lance grew up wood working in his grandfather’s shop where he now operates Lance Alvis Design. lancealvisdesign.com

Sarah Shearer received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in painting from Belhaven College in 1995, and relocated to Nashville in 2000. Shearer has primarily shown her work locally, in both solo and group exhibitions. She has been a resident artist in the Downtown Presbyterian Church studios since 2009. Shearer works primarily as a painter, but periodically challenges her creative practice by working in a range of other media such as print making, ink/graphite on paper, mixed media, and sculptural installations. sarahshearer.blogspot.com

W E ST G AR D E N : P H ILL IP E C H A DWICK

The Living Room A floral homage to Albert Hadley, this hand-painted hallway is full of botanical grandeur. Gold accents adorn moss enveloped furniture to create a living living room. The nimbus flower chandelier floating above your head is made of roses, spider mums, solidago, lilies, and orchids. This space is blooming with butterflies and fragrant flowers – a true floral fantasy. Phillipe Chadwick‘s flower designs are consistently show-stopping and vibrant, yet elegant and sentimental. His arrangements make any event meaningful and personal. He always gets people talking. He knows just the trick, because at his core, Phillipe is a catalog of knowledge about plants and flowers. His first love is gardening, and he has tended garden styles ranging from heirloom vegetable to Japanese. Phillipe Spencer Chadwick was born in Nashville and still lives here. He received a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from Mississippi State University in 2006. Then he started working as a Landscape Architect, managing civic designs for the city of Franklin, TN. In 2009, Phillipe joined Cheekwood as a horticulturalist, and catapulted them to a new level of hip. He stressed keeping all designs provocative and cutting-edge, but at the same time aesthetically pleasing. He breathed life into Cheekwood’s gardens, transforming them into lush scenes of texture and color. He adorned Cheekwood’s special events with fresh, bright flower arrangements. Then Phillipe decided he’d strike it on his own. Through a dense personal network, Phillipe has established a strong reputation in Nashville for crafting memorable weddings and impressive visual spectacles for events. His resume includes The Antiques and Garden Show, the TPAC gala, and Chukkers for Charity. Occasionally he hosts Volunteer Gardener on NPT. Phillipe continues a tradition today. He gives every client close, one-on-one time and attention to decide how their magical ideas can literally be transformed into reality. Phillipe’s professional attitude is the epitome of class and style. Likewise, his designs never fail to impress. phillipeschadwick.com

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CELEBRATING 25 YEARS Twenty-five years ago Connie Cigarran and her dear friend, the late Sigourney Cheek, had a vision to combine their love of antiques and their passion for gardening into a unique event that had never been done before. In 1991 the Antiques Show at Cheekwood had outgrown its space in Botanic Hall, and the Lawn and Garden Fair, benefiting the charities of the former Exchange Club of Nashville, now the Economic Club of Nashville, was ending a very successful 15-year run. Martin Roberts, a Cheekwood board member and an Exchange Club member proposed the idea of uniting the two fundraisers. Connie and Sigourney led the charge and created the spectacular Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville, a show that has been dazzling and inspiring visitors ever since. Connie and Sigourney were quick to solicit the help of Nashville native and renowned New York designer, Albert Hadley. Albert served as honorary chair of the show and graciously lent not only his name but also his vision, expertise, and connections to ensure that from the very beginning the Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville was an event of the highest quality. Albert was instrumental in acquiring many of the show’s speakers, including internationally known designer Bunny Williams, who has been an incredible supporter. He also had suggestions for dealers and gave significant input into the show’s floor plan. Perhaps most importantly, Albert wanted the annual Preview Party, though large in size, to be a warm and welcoming event. He suggested a receiving line with the party chairs and show chairs, along with others connected to the evening, to greet guests upon their arrival. That’s tradition that continues today. In the past twenty-five years, the Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville has grown to include over 150 antiques and horticultural dealers placed among breathtaking gardens. As many as 15,000 visitors come each year to hear enlightening lectures, wander the gardens and purchase fine antiques and inspired horticultural pieces. Throughout the years, former show chairs have continued to remain actively supportive and deeply involved in the event. This is directly the result of the example set by Connie Cigarran, whose name is synonymous with the Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville, and without whom, this extraordinary Nashville tradition would never have been born.

Connie Cigarran and Sigourney Cheek

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ANTIQUES DEALERS Alcott Interiors A-01

Essex Antiquarians A-32

King’s House Antiques A-58

Prints Charming Soho A-34

Nashville, TN www.alcottinteriors.com

Essex, MA 978-808-8231

Birmingham, AL www.kinghouseantiques.com

New York, NY 571-214-9586

Finnegan Gallery A-11

King’s House Oriental Rugs LLC A-55

Rawlings Antiques A-35

Chicago, IL www.FinneganGallery.com

Birmingham, AL www.kingshouseorientalrugs.com

Bowling Green, KY 270-843-9928

Foreign Affair A-38

Kip McKesson African Art A-30

Roger D. Winter Ltd A-46

Roswell, GA www.foreignaffairintl.com

East Lansing, MI www.kipmckesson.com

Bucks County, PA 215-794-5926

French Collectibles A-08

Linda Horsley Antiques A-13

Schorr & Dobinsky A-16

Atlanta, GA 404-271-6362

Atlanta, GA (404)375-7448

Bridgehampton, NY www.schorranddobinsky.com

Garden Variety Design A-18

Lotz’s Antiques A-40

Nashville, TN www.gardenvarietydesign.com

St. Louis, MO www.lotzantiques.com

Sheridan Loyd Antiques A-41 & Decorative Arts

George Getlik Fine Art A-45

Lynda Willauer Antiques A-56

Atlanta, GA 404-630-6555

Nantuckett, MA www.lyndawillauerantiques.com

Goldenhill Studio A-07

Majolica, LLC A-39

Kansas City, MO 316-210-5108

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

Charles Edwin Puckett A-67

Hedgerow Antiques A-20 Seaborne & Associates

Margaret Doyle A-26

Akron, OH www.cepuckett.com

Atlanta, GA www.hedgerowantiques.com

Charles Hanlon A-23

Historical Americana A-25

Palm Beach, FL 813-254-2548

Acworth, GA www.historicalamericana.com

American Socity of Interior Designers TN Chapter

A-29

Nashville, TN www.asidtn.org

Barley Twist A-53 Hinsdale, IL www.barleytwistantiques.com

Barometer Fair A-15 Sarasota, FL www.barometerfair.com

Butte’s Antiques A-36 Hope Mills, NC 910-484-5477

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

Caroline Faison Antiques A-02 Greensboro, NC www.carolinefaison.com

Crescent Worth A-06 Art & Antiques Lake Forest, IL 847-347-7170

D. R. Grissom Collection Estate and Fine Jewelry

A-54

Charleston, SC www.drgrissomcollection.com

Dana Kelly Oriental Rugs A-33

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

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

Atlanta, GA www.higginsantiques.com

J & M Antiques A-04

Michael Hall Antiques & Fine Art

James Fowler & Sons Period Gallery

A-49

A-62

A-05

Nashville, TN www.michaelhallantiques.com

Parrin & Co. A-59

Nashville, TN 615-353-0065

Kansas City, MO 816-753-7959

James Sansum Inc. A-66 Fine & Decorative Art

Pascal Collettier: A-50 Fine French Antiques

New York, NY www.jamessansum.com

Chicago, IL 312-213-1900

Ed Nash Art A-09

Jayne Thompson A-22 Antiques and Design

Pascal Home A-37

Nashville, TN www.ednashart.com

Harrodsburg, KY www.jaynethompsonantiques.com

Edwin C. Skinner A-28

Jesse Davis A-61 London, U.K.

Lexington, KY www.danakellyrugs.com

Don Fields Craig A-63 Ringstad Antiques Fairway, KS www.morninggloryantiquesinc.com

Fairhope, AL 251-929-7975

201-232-7189

Embellish Antiques A-65

Kenny Ball Antiques A-03

Chapel Hill, NC www.embellishantiques.com

Charlottesville, VA www.kennyballantiques.com

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Athens, GA www.pascalhome.com

Pickwick Antiques A-19 Montgomery, AL www.pickwickantiques.com

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

Sonny Ideker A-12 Roswell, GA www.sonnyideker.com

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

The Century Shop A-51

Essex, MA 704-907-6656

Michael & Claire Higgins Antiques

East Amhearst, NY www.jandmantiques.com

St. Joseph, MO www.sheridanloyd.com

Louisville, KY www.thecenturyshop.net

The Philadelphia A-27 Print Shop, Ltd. Philadelphia, PA www.philaprintshop.com

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

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

Trace Mayer A-57 Louisville, KY www.TraceMayer.com

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

Village Braider Inc. A-31 Plymouth, MA www.villagebraider.com

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

Zane Moss Antiques A-24 New York, NY www.zanemossantiques.com


HORTICULTURE DEALERS A. Shaw Antiques & Jewelry H-47

Dorothy Biddle Service, LLC H-63

Memphis, TN 901-454-6200

Greeley, PA www.dorothybiddle.com

Acanthus Studios H-02

Druid Tree Service, Inc. H-09

Stockbridge, GA acanthusstudios.com

Nashville, TN www.druidtree.com

Allen Lowman H-25

Elephant Walk Interiors & Antiques, Inc.

Kansas City, MO 816-294-5904

Amulets by Jackie Hicks Nashville, TN 615-943-5271

Antiques on Holiday H-54 Destin, FL www.facebook.com/antiquesonholiday

Art and Antique Hunter H-05 Dallas, TX www.artandantiquehunter.com

AshBlue H-37 Nashville, TN www.ashblue.com

H-18

Nashville, TN 931-252-0828

Kathy Tobler Silver H-39 Granbury, TX 817-326-3731

H-52

Orlando, FL www.elephantwalkantiques.com H-35

Jon Beasley Antiques and Interior Design

Elliott & Elliott H-14

Kimball & Bean H-36 Garden Antiques Woodstock, IL www.kimballandbean.com

La Cigale H-33

Harbor Springs, MI www.elliott-elliott.com

Mt. Gretna, PA www.lacigale-usa.com

Eneby Antik H-20

Landreth Seed Company H-07

Nashville, TN 404-512-4007

Gilchrist & Gilchrist H-26 Nashville, TN www.gilchristgilchrist.com

Greg’s Antiques H-50 & Garden Iron

Sharon Springs, NY www.landrethseeds.com

Laval Antiques H-38 Atlanta, GA www.plaval.com

Longwood Antique Woods H-15

Avec Moi H-34

Covington, KY www.gregsantiques.com

Lexington, KY www.longwoodantiquewoods.com

Franklin, TN www.avecmoifranklin.com

Hard to Find Goods H-46

Meredith Cope H-43

Ben Caldwell Copper H-32

New York, NY www.madisonjames.com

Dayton, OH www.meredithcope.com

Nashville, TN www.benandlaelcopper.com

Hastening Designs H-27

Mister T’s Patio H-23

Middleburg, VA www.hasteningdesigns.com

Nashville, TN www.mistertspatiofurniture.com

Hollybelle H-40

Moose Crossing H-61 Burl Wood Gallery

Michael Madzo H-59 www.michaelmadzo.com

Brooke Worthington Jewelry H-53 Nashville, TN www.brookeworthingtonjewelry.com

Campbell House Antiques H-28 Cookeville, TN 931-260-6704

Cheekwood Gift Shop H-30

Nashville, TN 615-969-8000

Holt Isom Antiques H-60 Waynesville, NC www.hhwalkerandcompany.net

Horizons LTD / H-65 Ironwood Tool Co.

Waynesville, NC www.burlgallery.com

Moss Studios, Inc. H-21 Fowlerville, MI 312-493-0611

Nashville, TN www.cheekwood.org

Conyers, GA www.horizonsltd.com

Nashville, TN www.nashvilleruggallery.com

Cottage Garden Antiques H-04

Housefly H-08

Outdoor Lighting Perspectives

Nashville, TN www.houseflyinteriors.com

Creekside Garden Center H-57

Howard Price Fine Art H-48

Nashville, TN www.creekside106.com

Panama City, Panama www.howardpricefineart.com

Daffodilly Design H-67

Inbloom Jewelry H-11

Murfreesboro, TN www.daffodillydesign.com

Frederick, MD www.inbloomjewelry.com

Daria de Koning, Fine Jewelry H-45

Institute of Classical Architecture & Art

New York, NY www.dariadekoning.com

David Allan Ramsay H-56 Cape Porpoise, ME & Lake Worth, FL 207-752-6626

David Fairbrother H-21 West Point, MS 662-312-3041

H-58

Minnesota, USA 651-402-0878

Roberts Antiques H-55 Homer, MI 407-342-6804

Robin Haley Jewelry

H-59

Nashville, TN www.robinhaleyjewelry.com

Rose Gardens H-66 by Wendy Wise Nashville, TN 615-332-5190

Sacred Heart Antiques H-12 Tupelo, MS 662-312-3041

Samantha James H-44 Murfreesboro, TN 615-692-9669

Sandstone Gardens H-01 Joplin, MO www.sandstonegardens.com

Scarlett Scales Antiques H-03 Franklin, TN www.scarlettscales.com

Selective Gardener Catalog H-31 Brentwood, TN www.selectivegardener.com

Southern Light, Inc. H-42 Nashville, TN www.southernlightonline.com

Stony Lonesome H-17 Spring Hill, TN www.stonylonesome.com

The Gunn Collection H-49

Nashville Rug Gallery H-22

Westmoreland, TN 615-841-3551

RML of Minnesota H-62

H-10

Nashville, TN 615-579-3127

The Sweptyard H-16 Columbia, SC www.thesweptyard.com

Nashville, TN www.outdoorlights.com

The William C. Wood Collection

Paragon Antiques H-19

Clinton, MS 601-488-4587

Birmingham, AL www.paragon-antiques.com

Pennoyer Newman H-46 New York, NY www.pennoyernewman.com

Peony’s Envy H-41

Tennessee Chapter www.classicist.com

Bernardsville, NJ www.peonysenvy.com

Jessica Thompson Design H-64

Renaissance Ornamental H-13

New York, NY www.jessicathompsondesign.com

Nashville, TN www.renaissanceornamental.com

Jim Thompson H-24

Ripple Pottery H-51

Atlanta, GA 404-325-5004

Rumney, NH www.ripplepottery.com

H-29

Transplant Outdoor Living H-06 Nashville, TN www.transplantnash.com

Wild Pearl by Helli Luck

H-35

Nashville, TN www.wildpearl.com

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UPCOMING AT CHEEKWOOD Cheekwood in Bloom M ARCH 20 – APRIL 26 What better place to celebrate the new spring season than among the most beautiful blooms in the city! With more than 100,000 tulips in every color spilling from our gardens, we can promise a color experience you won’t forget. Plants across Cheekwood’s grounds will be in on the act too, as our daffodils, magnolias, redbuds and dogwoods put on an unforgettable show to help Nashville welcome the warmer weather.

Cheekwood in Bloom by the Numbers

150,141 Bulbs planted in the fall 108,929 Tulips 30,121 Daffodils – including Pineapple Room alone

18,000 behind the

11,091 Hyacinths 145 Cultivars of tulips 22,165 Violas and Pansies Only

6 Weeks of Cheekwood in Bloom

PRESENTED BY

SPONSORED BY

EVERY SATURDAY! 10:00 am – 2:00 pm, Family Studio Drop-In ‘ART’ivities 10:00 am - 2:00 pm, *New* Garden Demonstrations 10:00 am – 1:00 pm, Live Music: Jazz in the Herb Garden 10:15 am & 11:15 am, Garden Tales Storytime 10:30 am – 12:30 pm, Live Music: Piano in the Museum Drawing Room

EVERY SUNDAY! 2:00 pm, Drawing Room Concert Series featuring Vanderbilt’s Blair School of Music 3:30 pm, Annotations, Author Book Readings

EVERY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY! 11:30 am, Guided Arboretum Tour 12:30 pm, House & History Tour 1:30 pm, Collection & Exhibition Tour 30


Jaume Plensa: Human Landscape MAY 2 2 – N OV E MB E R 1

Cheekwood is proud to bring the massive sculptures of internationally acclaimed Spanish artist Jaume Plensa to Nashville in 2015, organizing what will be the largest Plensa exhibition in the United States to date. Featuring nine large-scale outdoor sculptures, indoor installations and a selection of works on paper, this major exhibition will travel nationally following its debut on Cheekwood’s historic grounds and within the Museum of Art. Plensa’s work currently on display in the United States includes Crown Fountain in Chicago’s Millennium Park and Echo, formerly on view in Madison Square Park in New York and now permanently sited at Olympic Sculpture Park at the Seattle Museum of Art. The recipient of many awards and accolades, Jaume Plensa was most recently awarded the 2012 prestigious National Visual Arts Award of Spain and the 2013 Velasquez Prize awarded by the Spanish Cultural Ministry. Plensa has created new works specifically for this exhibition, including a double sculpture entitled Soul of Words to be displayed on the prominent Robertson Ellis Color Garden lawn. A new, 23-foot tall monumental cast iron head, Laura with Bun, will grace the entrance of the grounds. The museum galleries will house Plensa’s interactive works, including his 2003 Silent Rain, a hanging screen composed of literary phrases, poetry and the artist’s own words designed to be disrupted by visitor foot traffic. In addition to the installation at Cheekwood, a portion of Jaume Plensa: Human Landscape will be presented at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts in downtown Nashville. Cheekwood is excited to join with the Frist Center to create a unified, multi-setting art experience for the Nashville community.

PRESENTED BY

From top to bottom: The Heart of Trees, 2007: Seven bronze figures and seven trees, earth, 39 x 26 x 39 inches (99 x 66 x 99 cm) each, Installation view: Yorkshire Sculpture Park, West Bretton, England, 2011, Photo: Jonty Wilde. Silent Music II, 2013, Stainless steel and stone, 122 x 90 1/2 x 114 1/8 inches (310 x 230 x 290 cm), Installation view: Bordeaux, France, 2013, Photo: Laura Medina. Nuria & Irma, 2007; 2010, Stainless steel, 157.5 x 157.5 x 118.1 inches (400 x 400 x 300 cm) ; 157.5 x 153.5 x 114.2 inches (400 x 390 x 290 cm), Installation view: Yorkshire Sculpture Park, West Bretton, England, 2011, Photo: Jonty Wilde All images © Jaume Plensa Courtesy Galerie Lelong, New York

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WHO WE ARE

MOVING FORWARD

The Economic Club of Nashville (ECON) provides a dynamic forum for community leaders to discuss economic, social and political issues of special interest to Nashvillians. We are a service club that engages with local businesses and government officials, and we support key nonprofit organizations that contribute to the quality of life in the greater Nashville area.

The Economic Club remains committed to its historic mission, and many of the existing initiatives will continue, only with greater resources staying in Nashville to support them. ECON will continue its support of the Exchange Club Family Center and other Nashville charities.

WHERE WE CAME FROM 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 April 16, 1920, to support the national mission: “Exchange, America’s Premier Service Club, working to make our communities better places to live.”

ECON AND THE ANTIQUES & GARDEN SHOW Since 1991, our club and Cheekwood have co-sponsored the Antiques and 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.

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The Economic Club of Nashville Charities launched its Cultural Assistance Program in 2014. CAP partners with some of Nashville’s most vibrant cultural intuitions and several social services organizations to provide tickets to children and their families. CAP started as a simple solution to the chronic issue: How do Nashville’s less fortunate find access to our city’s exceptional cultural offerings? Nashville is home to nationally recognized Botanical Gardens, Symphony and Opera Companies, Children Theatre and of course the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. With the help of CAP and the Economic Club of Nashville, these doors have been swung wide open for those less fortunate among us.

L EARN MO RE ABO UT E C O N

EconClubNashville.org


2015 NATIONAL

ADVISORY COMMITTEE Carolyn Englefield, VERANDA New York, New York veranda.com

Ryan Gainey, Ryan Gainey & Co. Decatur, Georgia ryangainey.com

Alexa Hampton, Mark Hampton LLC New York, New York markhampton.com

Bobby McAlpine, McAlpine Tankersley Architecture Montgomery, Alabama mcalpinetankersley.com

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Allison DeMarcus Tiffany Fallon Sandy Sangervasi PREVIEW PARTY HOSTS CHAIRMEN

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Jennifer and Jesse Bland Katie and Chris Cowart Carlie and Todd Cruse Jennifer and Aaron Fitzsimmons Elizabeth and Brad Garnto Minnette and Clay Jackson Lacey Newman Jonathan Savage and Brad Wensel Brittany and T.J. Schaffer Julia and Justin Spickard Abby and Brannon Vann Jody and Meg White

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Charles Brindley: Trees of Myth and Legend February 4 – April 19

Trees of Myth and Legend is the artistic feature of Cheekwood’s “A Celebration of Trees,” tying together Tennessee’s Arbor Day, National Arbor Day, and the Jewish Arbor Day, Tu B’Shevat. The Celebration will honor Cheekwood’s status as a Level IV Arboretum and will be accompanied by many educational and public programs. ALSO Guided Exhibition Tour Saturdays & Sundays, 1:30pm Guided Arboretum Tours Saturdays, March 21 – April 25, 11:30am Lunch & Lecture* Charles Brindley: Exploring Creative Process through Quality of Emotion Experience Thursday, February 19, 12:00pm Tu B’Shevat Celebration & Family Day Sunday, February 22, 2:00 pm – 5:00pm Tuesdays for Tots TREEmendous Art Tuesday, March 3, 10:00 am – 12:00pm Lunch & Lecture* Dogwoods: Great Plants for Southern Gardens Thursday, March 19, 12:00 pm Drawing Workshop with Charles Brindley* Wednesday, April 8th 10:00 am – 4:30pm Cheekwood in Bloom Arbor Day Celebration Saturday, April 25, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm *Pre-registration required

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CHEEKWOOD Cheekwood, is a 55-acre estate built by the Maxwell House Coffee fortune in Nashville, Tennessee, and one of the finest examples of an American Country Place Era Estate in the United States. The Botanical Garden is a spectacular showcase of color and horticultural diversity with eleven specialty display gardens and stunning natural landscape. The Museum of Art has collections of painting, sculpture and decorative arts and has rotating exhibitions. Visitors can enjoy year-round family-friendly activities with four distinct festivals held during the year. From Cheekwood in Bloom with more than 100,000 tulips in the spring, to a spectacular display made up of more than half a million lights during Holiday LIGHTS, Cheekwood celebrates the seasons in style with something for everyone!

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SHOW SUPPORTERS GOLDEN BENEFACTORS

Ann Griffith Ash Evelyn and Steve Blackmon Barbara & Jack Bovender Mr. & Mrs. Douglas G. Bradbury III Gary M. and Lou Ann Brown Mr. and Mrs. Gregory L. Burns Connie and Tom Cigarran Lavon W. Coleman and Rosemary Lavon Coleman Philip Bredesen & Andrea Conte Elizabeth Daniels Maria Depaulo Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Dyke EBS Foundation–Mr. and Mrs. James R. Stadler Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Fleming, Sr. Julie and Skeet Fleming Elizabeth H. Foss Carol and Bobby Frist Kae and Tom Gallagher Linda Harris Mr. & Mrs. Clay T. Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kestner Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. McCabe, Jr. Rob and Jennie McCabe Mr. and Mrs. Kerry McCluggages Mrs. Jerry McKamey Mr. and Mrs. Donald I. N. McKenzie Mr. and Mrs. George M. Miller II Ellen Livingfield More Linda and Rock Morphis Mr. and Mrs. William A. Oldacre, Jr. Elizabeth and Larry Papel Pauline Pons Mr. & Mrs. Gustavus A. Puryear IV Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Rolfe Mr. and Mrs. John J. Sangervasi Mr. Jonathan Savage and Mr. Bradley Wensel Ms. Judith Schaffer Jane and Ben Sloan Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Snyder Barbara and Rick Turner Betsy and TJ Wilt

BENEFACTORS

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Alford Katherine Beasley Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Best, Jr. Cathy & Martin Brown, Jr. Ann and Frank Bumstead Susan and Damon Byrd Jim and Nicky Cheek Mr. and Mrs. John W. Clay, Jr. Margaret C. Craig Dr. and Mrs. Mark Deaton Margaret and James Dunn Steven and Kate Ezell Karyn McLaughlin Frist Patricia C. Frist 50

Dr. and Mrs. Neil Green Betty Hadley Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery N. Haynes Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Hilton Mr. and Mrs. David B. Ingram Joyce and Steve Wood Lisa and David Manning Tricia and Doug McDowell Lisa Bouchard Morgan and William Dudley Morgan Charlotte Moss Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin G. Page, Jr.. Dr. and Mrs. William A. Shell, Jr. Elaine and Bruce Sullivan Reverand & Mrs. Tim Taylor Emily and Crom Tidwell III Dr. and Mrs. William Whetsell, Jr. Mrs. John Warner White Mr. and Mrs. Christopher C. Whitson Jerry and Ernie Williams Birgitta and David Williamson

PATRONS

Mrs. Clare C. Armistead Steve Ainsworth Lin and Bill Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Bartholomew III Shannon and John Barton Dr. and Mrs. Frank H. Boehm Margaret and Patrick Boyd Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Braun Betty and Charles Brown Martin S. Brown Dr. & Mrs. Benjamin F. Byrd III Ceil Chapman and Charles Besharian Martha and Wes Chapman Mr. & Mrs. John R. Cheadle, Jr. Joan & Will T. Cheek Bette and Mark Christofersen Mr. and Mrs. Leslie D. Coble Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Coleman Amy & Overton Colton Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Cook, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William DeCamp Laurie & Steven Eskind Mr. and Mrs. Ron D. Farris Babs and Bill Freeman Julie and Tommy Frist Mr. and Mrs. Joel T. Galanter Mary and Tom Gambill Mr. and Mrs. Landy Gardner Lee J. Greathouse Clark and Tom Harwell Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hensler Mr. and Mrs. John S. Hicks Mrs. Henry W. Hooker Dr. David & Shirley Horowitz Mr. Clay Isaacs Brian Jackson and Roger Moore Emily and Wynne James

Mr. and Mrs. H.D. Brockwell Kidd, Corinne and H.D. Brockwell Kidd Family Fund of the The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee Peggy and Randy Kinnard Mr. and Mrs. Randolph M. LaGasse Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Levi Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Lovett Jane and Don MacLeod Mrs. Robert C. H. Mathews III Joseph and Rachel McAllister McAlpine Booth & Ferrier Beth and Paul Moore Debbie Morris Laura and Charlie Niewold Mark A. O’Bryan Dr. & Mrs. James Pace Mr. and Mrs. Takis Patikas, Jr. Pat and Tom Patten Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Peffen, III Julia E. Reed Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Regan Emily J. Reynolds Mr. & Mrs. J. Allen Reynolds III Amy and Clay Richards Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Rick Joe B. Rowland Gilbert P. Schafer III Dr. Mike Schlosser and Dr. Kerri Cavanaugh Dr. & Mrs. Timothy P. Schoettle Ronnie and Elaina Scott Mr. and Mrs. James C. Seabury III Steve Sirls & Allen DeCuyper Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Small Sallie and Sammy Swor Mrs. Fred Tarkington, Jr. Kristin and Don Taylor Tennessee Bank & Trust Mr. and Mrs. James S. Turner, Jr. Dr. Jan van Eys DeeDee J. Wade Mary N. Wade Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wallace Elizabeth and Tony Waller Elizabeth Colton Walls Pam & Tom Wylly

CONTRIBUTORS

Gareth S. Aden Mr. and Mrs. James L. Beckner Tim and Cathy Bucek Keith C. Demoss Jonathan Harwell Mari-Kate Hopper Sue and Michael Minch The Minch Foundation Mr. & Mrs. J. Fred Pilkerton, Jr. Mr. Charles H. Robinson Mrs. Dan Spengler


A SPECIAL THANK YOU As we celebrate our 25th year, we are moved by the generosity of the many people who invested their time and their talents into creating and building this successful event. We would thank you all personally if this were possible. Please accept our heartfelt gratitude and recognition of your kindness. Some specific thank you’s for the 2015 Show: Our families for their endless support and encouragement SKEET, JACK, LILY and BEN FLEMING TOM and WES GALLAGHER, ABBY and BRANNON VANN, KATIE and CHRIS COWART To all of our committee members, advisory committee and board members, especially those of you who continue, year after year, to fill those roles that are the backbone of the Show – we thank you!

Special Thanks To Tina Arrington

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Gary and Jan Overton

Sarah Bartholomew

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Emme Baxter and Alan Bostick Boulevard Communications

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Drew Robinson

Diane Johnson

Kathy Rolfe

Clayton Jones

Sandy Sangervasi

Jay Joyner

Jonathan Savage

Nancy Kennedy

Brittany Schaeffer

Jane Kraus

Eric Schultenover The Good People Brewing Compnay

Katherine Beasley Debbie Best Blackberry Farm Peter Bucci Tim and Cathy Bucek Laura Chadwick Perri Crutcher OSHi Flowers Bill DeCamp Digs Interiors Beth Easter Nan Evans Kate Ezell FedEx Betty Finucane Bill Forrester Elizabeth Foss Tracy Frazier Mary Gambill Kerry Graham Jeanine Hackett Betty Hadley

Patrick Larkin Bob Lehn Joe Levi Chris Lisle Hank Lockland

Margot Shaw Stephanie Simkin Stone + Steel Creative Jane Sloan

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Nashville Public Library Omni Hotel Colleen Gerry/Tod Roadarmel O’More College of Art & Design

A very special thank you to Shannon Shears, Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville Event Coordinator. She works tirelessly to make this event the success it is.

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THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS SHOW SPONSOR TVV Capital N ATIONAL M EDIA SPONSORS flower • Garden & Gun • VERANDA P R EVIEW PARTY SPONSOR First Tennessee HOTEL SPONSOR Omni Nashville Hotel D ESIGN PANEL SPONSOR The HighBoy B L AC K BERRY FARM ’S KREIS BEALL/ S U Z A N N E KASLER LECTURE SPONSOR ADAC D IA N E K E ATO N PRIVATE PARTY VENUE SPONSOR Peter Nappi PLATINUM SPONSORS Jack Daniel Distillery • MStreet Entertainment Group Pinnacle Financle Partners • The William Stamps Farish Fund

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