085: Hadley Powell: Art Advisor

 

Our first podcast of 2019 features a conversation with art advisor, Hadley Powell.

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On the podcast we discuss her job, her path to her job, art vs. craft, seeing art, being a new mother, and much more!  Hadley’s experience spans from Old Master prints to Contemporary art. She started her career at Christie’s, New York as a specialist in the Prints & Multiples department where she researched and cataloged prints from Rembrandt to Rauschenberg.

7585928752_IMG_5611Working with contemporary art gallery Callan Contemporary at their booth in Miami.
Subsequently in the Impressionist & Modern Art department, she worked on the high profile evening sales, where she advised clients buying and selling at auction and assisted in private collection management and fine art appraisals.
Peter BrookeInstallation shot from a client’s home in Brookline. Artist: Peter Brooke
Hadley received a Bachelor of Arts in Art History and a minor in Economics from Union College.
Hadley Powell (2)In the United States Pavilion at the Venice Biennial, artist Mark Bradford.
She holds a Master’s degree in Modern Art, Connoisseurship and the History of the Art Market from Christie’s Education, New York. Her prize-winning thesis studied the impact of the 1913 Armory Show on George Bellows’s Monhegan Island, Maine paintings.
Peri SchwartzInstallation shot from a client’s home in Cambridge. Artist: Peri Schwartz
She resides in Brookline, MA.
6174642416_IMG_4830Giving a talk to the Harvard Business School art group
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032: Skill Building

 

Today’s podcast is packed with fun art-related talk: my pottery obsession…er, class, the MFA Museum Council, and work by Yayoi Kusama and Cecilia Vicuña.  I will do a long post all about pottery class very soon.  But in the meantime, here is the instagram video I talk about on the podcast with the guy making the little pots.  It’s AMAZING (and if you don’t see it, here is a direct link).

I also wanted to share two photos from the Yayoi Kusama installation (the first is inside the installation and the second is a photo of one of the “peepholes”):

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And this is the Cecilia Vicuña piece:

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And here is an historical quipu:

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You can read more about quipus here.

Finally, here is a link to the Museum Council instagram account.  I posted a video of the Yayoi Kusama experience to that account:

And a video of Cecilia Vicuña singing:

(If you don’t see the two videos above, click through to my blog.)

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055: William Merritt Chase & the Creative Process

I’m delighted to bring you another episode of the Adventures in Arting Podcast!  I start today’s podcast by saying there’s a lot to say and absolutely nothing.  Both are true. I’m actually very excited by the formalization of the creative process that we discuss on the podcast. from the Balzer Designs Blog: Adventures in Arting Podcast And here are some links that might be of interest from the podcast:

from the Balzer Designs Blog: Adventures in Arting Podcast I’m excited for you to give the podcast a listen and then join in the conversation! Thanks for stopping by!

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050: Episode #50 (Wow!)

 

I’m delighted to bring you another episode of the Adventures in Arting Podcast!  I can’t believe we made it to episode #50!

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