Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville
Returns to Music City Center Feb. 12-14
Carrying the theme Landscape of Design, the Antqiues & Garden Show of Nashville returns to the Music City Center Feburary 12-14.
Gwyneth Paltrow is the featured speaker, and will offer a lively discussion on interior design with moderator Windsor Smith at 11 a.m.
World-renowned landscape designer Louis Benech, who will speak at 1 p.m. on Saturday, will discuss his projects from around the world,
including restorations of the palace of Versailles’ Water Theater Grove and the famed Tuileries Gardens. He will provide insights on his
design philosophy, which is to “achieve a harmony between the new design and its architectural and natural environment.
Hours for the even are from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. on Sunday.
Other panelists include Bunny Williams with Brian McCarthy will discuss Parish Hadley: Tree of LIfe at 2 p.m. Friday. Shane Connolly,
who trained at the London Academy of Pulbrook & Gould and began his own business in 1989 will speak at 10:30 a.m. Saturday.
A design panel consisting of Suzanna Rheinstein, Mark D. Sikes, Brian Murphy, and Windsor Smith, will talk at 2:30 p.m. Saturday,
moderated by Stacey Bewkes of Quintessence, an award-winning online guide to the best in style and substance.
Garden designers for this year’s show include, for Cheekwood, Patrick Larkin, senior vice president of gardens for Cheekwood; Sarah
Lowe, botonaic garden and horticulture maanager at Cheekwood, and Gale Higgs of Nashville Landscape Systems, Inc.
The team of Todd Breyer and Josiah Lockard is teaming with Elements’ team of arborists and horticulturists, as well as High Cotton
Vintage Home Furnishings.
Phillipe Chadwick’s flower designs are consistently show-stopping and vibrant, yet elegant and sentimenal. He combines his landscape
architecture landscape background with his excellence as a floral designer.
Nashville’s Gavin Duke of Page|Duke brings his deep understanding of the historical and contextual elements of landscape architecture
to his work in landscape design in which he creates a seamless integration of the built environment and its surroundings.
He is joined by Patrick McKennon of TurfCare Landscapes in the creation of a garden for this year’s Antiques & Garden Show of
In addition to the gardens themselves and a full schedule of speakers, this year’s evenalso features a number of antique and horticultural
dealers from across the country.
For more information call 888/ 491-6310 or visit www.antiquesandgardenshow.com.