Please join Keeler & Co., Powell Fine Art Advisory and The Fortress Corporation for a conversation about how a sense of place strengthens the dialogue between interior design, art advisory and collections management.
When should you collaborate with an art advisor? How do different professionals work together to achieve a connected aesthetic for their clients? What are collections management best practices? How do you distinguish between design and fine art? Moderated by Northern Trust.
Laura Keeler Pierce is the Founder & Principal Designer of Keeler and Co. Laura fashions together storied homes for others by weaving functional beauty into the lives of her clients. Laura received her BA in Art and Art History at Rhode Island School of Design and Colby College.
Hadley P. Powell is the founder of Powell Fine Art Advisory. Hadley’s expertise spans from Old Master prints to Contemporary art. She received a BA in Art History and a minor in Economics from Union College. She holds a Master’s in Modern Art, Connoisseurship and the History of the Art Market from Christie’s Education, NY.
Thomas Burns is the Chief Operating Officer of The Fortress Corporation, a fine art storage and service provider with locations in Boston and Miami. Both facilities have been awarded the highest ratings by the fine arts insurance industry. Tom oversees the day-to-day operations of fine art handling and storage at Fortress’s facilities and provides logistical management to clients.
Christopher D. Perry is the President of Wealth Management, New England, at the Northern Trust Company. Perry leads a team of seasoned investment, banking, and advisory professionals providing holistic wealth management services for individuals and families, privately held businesses, family offices, and foundations and endowments.
Gallery NAGA has been exhibiting and selling contemporary art on Newbury Street in Boston since 1977. Their primary focus is painting, and they represent many of the most highly regarded painters working in Boston and New England. In addition, exceptional contemporary photographers, printmakers, and sculptors exhibit there, as well as the international doyenne of holography, Harriet Casdin-Silver. They also specialize in studio furniture, presenting work by many of the premier makers of unique and limited edition furniture in the country.
The event begins at 5:30pm with refreshments and conversations, with the panel discussion starting at 6pm.
Gallery NAGA will remain open after the panel for guests to mingle and enjoy a private preview of Dinorá Justice’s solo exhibition, Mother/Nature, and meet the artist.
This event is free, but you do need to register as there is limited space in the gallery. Make sure you reserve your spot soon!
Art in Place
at Gallery NAGA, 67 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02116
May 4 from 5:30PM to 7:00PM
Please RSVP HERE.