PALM BEACH, Fla. – The Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show returns to the Palm Beach County Convention Center February 15-19, 2013. Presented by the Palm Beach Show Group, this important event will feature more than 180 international exhibitors, an engaging lecture series and an expanded Designer Showcase area.
As one of the most anticipated events of the season, the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show proudly celebrates its 10th Anniversary over President’s Day Weekend. The Palm Beach Show boasts an enviable selection of art, antiques and jewelry and upon its return, will draw tens of thousands of private collectors, museum curators, investors and interior designers.
The Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show will kick off with an Opening Night Preview Party on Friday, February 15. Proceeds from the evening’s Silent Auction will be donated to the official beneficiary Hope For Depression Research Foundation.
Items at the show will span every genre, juxtaposing many periods and movements. Visitors will have the opportunity to view and purchase fine art from across the broad spectrum of Old Master, German Expressionist, 18th and 19th century European, American Regionalist, Modern and Contemporary. They will also have the opportunity to view some of the world’s finest collections of silver, glass, textiles, sculpture, porcelain, Asian art, furniture, antique and estate jewelry and more.
Adding to the show’s cultural experience, the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show will present its 10th Annual educational lecture series that is free and open to the public as well as show attendees. The lecture series will include presentations on a wide array of captivating topics by respected dealers and industry experts, including John Loring, former Design Director of Tiffany & Co., Tim Corfield, antiques expert and advisor; Carole Pinto of Carole Pinto Fine Arts, and Diane Warga-Arias, jewelry industry expert.
The 2013 show proudly debuts an impressive list of galleries that will feature American Art, many of which will bring works never before seen in Palm Beach.
American Art Highlights include: QuestRoyal (New York) exhibiting Ralph Albert Blacklock and William Mason Brown; Thomas Colville Fine Art featuring William McDougal Hart; Avery Galleries (Pennsylvania); David David Gallery (Philadelphia); Debra Force (New York); Gavin Spanierman (New York); Guarisco Gallery (Washington D.C.); Gleason Fine Art (Maine); Jay Chatellier Fine Art (New Jersey); McCarty Gallery (Philadelphia); McColl Fine Art (North Carolina); Michael Borghi Fine Art (New Jersey); Rehs Gallery (New York); and Kendall Fine Art (Atlanta) among others.
For more information visit www.palmbeachshow.com.