In this episode, I had the pleasure of sitting down with art appraiser Shelley Hall. Shelly has a unique perspective on the art world given her experiences as an artist, gallery owner, and now art appraiser handling multi-million dollars worth of artwork. Shelley shared some real pearls of wisdom on pricing, prints, and value. Personally, I learned a lot during this session and I’m sure you will too.
Native and Western Art Appraiser Scott Hale Epi. 74, Host Dr. Mark Sublette
Art Dealer Diaries Podcast
Appraiser and author Scott Hale sits down with our host Dr. Mark Sublette to discuss his background in education and cinema, becoming a curator of private art collections, and finally the growing interest in authentic Native American items among millennials. Scott explains how his Grandfather ran a Native American art store at Hoover Dam in the 1930's and 40's. His mother Cindy Hale also appraiser helped him carry the family torch and love for Indian arts. From analyzing Native Americans in cinema to Pueblo pottery in the city of Santa Fe. A wonderful interview to understand the current state of appraisal in Native American Art.
Santa Fe Art Appraiser Michael Ettema Epi. 71, Host Dr. Mark Sublette
Art Dealer Diaries Podcast
Michael Ettema, a former museum director for the Henry Ford Museum and Desert Caballeros Museum in Wickenburg shares his journey from training at Winterthur Museum to becoming a museum art director to gallery manager and finally art appraiser. He is the owner of Art Appraisals of Santa Fe.
MID CENTURY DESIGN - Interview with Victoria Shaw, Art Appraiser and Advisor
Art Insiders New York Podcast hosted by Anders Holst
Victoria Shaw, provides valuable insights and observations regarding trends in the burgeoning online auction market for mid century design. A special focus will be devoted to transparency and the often-intriguing approach to determining the provenance for design objects sold online. Victoria is a certified appraiser with over 25 years of experience in the world of art, antiques and auctions following a career spent working with Christie’s and 1st Dibs. Victoria has also signed up with AirBnB Experiences to lead gallery tours in Chelsea!
Local Hearted: Asheville Artists | WNC Artists | Art Business
Terri Vano, Asheville Art AppraiserJoining host Meredith Adler for this interview is Asheville’s own fine art appraiser, Terri Vano. Along with her training in art appraisal, Terri’s qualifications include an art history degree from UNC Charlotte and a background in conservation framing (she is a Certified Picture Framer through the Professional Picture Framer’s of America).Listen in and learn what makes art valuable!Highlights of this interview include when is an art appraisal necessary? what documentation to have to make the job of the art appraiser easier how to choose an art appraiser how does an art appraiser determine value? the difference between an authenticator and an appraiser how framing affects the value of a painting how to know what an emerging artist’s work is worth art as investment why oil paintings on canvas should never be closed in with backing paper! To Connect with Terri Vano Visit her website at http://www.vanofineartappraisal.com Visit her at the downtown Asheville location of the Frugal Framer where she works as the manager Other links mentioned Haywood County Arts Council American Society of Appraisers Jennifer Pearson’s interview on Episode 9 of Local Hearted SaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSave