Monthly Archives: May 2005

American Folk Art: Returning to A Simpler Time

American Folk Art: Returning to A Simpler Time – The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles – May 2005 By Ken Hall with Helaine Fendelman Of all the collecting categories in the art market today – and that would include furniture, paintings, jewelry and vintage clothing, just to name a few – American folk art is probably […]

Guess What? May 2005

Guess What Article for May 2005 The Journal of Antiques & Collectibles By Bob Cahn, “The Primitive Man” Terpsichore, tripping the light fantastic, ballet, Baryshnikov or Balanchine – it all translates into dance. And if we throw in “gandy dancer,” we complete the parlay – while being overly generous (by our standards) in the “Obtuse […]

Destination or Pass-by Business

Destination or Pass-by Business – Business of Doing Business – The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles – May 2005 By Ed Welch All selling locations such as shows, group shops, auctions, flea markets, and individually owned shops fall into one of just two categories. A selling location can be either a destination site or a pass-by […]