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PATRICE BRUNET, FRENCH LISTED ARTIST ~ Hall A January 30, 2014

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Patrice Brunet was born in 1963 in Normandy, France. He discovered the joy of painting when he was given a painting set on his eighth birthday. It was love at first sight!
   Patrice worked as a guide on a Seine riverboat before his stint in the army. Afterwards he worked as an antiques dealer, traveling throughout Europe buying art and antiques. During this time, he continued to paint with passion and studied under Belgium artists.
In 1990, Patrice opened an antiques and art store at the Paris flea market and in 1995 an antiques and art gallery in Paris. He visited the United States on business for the first time in 1996 and moved to Pensacola, Florida, in 2001 working as an antiques and art dealer, and to Birmingham, Alabama in 2003, where he lives today. He became a full time artist in 2006, and became a listed artist in 2007
Patrice also paints beautiful portraits of your beloved pets!
     Meet Patrice in Hall A.
Email: pbrunet1963@gmail.com
See more on his website at www.patricebrunet.net

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ANNE HATHAWAY DESIGNS ~ HALL C 132-133 January 11, 2014

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Most people know Anne Hathaway as an incredible artist who had a well known shop on Bennett Street in downtown Atlanta, and specialized in her prints, original artwork and pottery. Anne was a Lakewood 400 dealer for two years when it opened, but left to handle the busy traffic at her shop. With the shop now closed, she is back at Lakewood 400!
   Meanwhile, Anne’s husband, Eric Lee, sold his restaurant to become a stay-at-home Dad. Children grown, Eric then became the craftsman at Anne Hathaway Designs who builds wonderful furniture from reclaimed wood including Farm Tables. They provide the history of the wood with each piece, such as wood from an old three story plantation house built in Jackson, GA, in 1833. They have been working on for awhile that wood for quite a while.
    Anne is a self-taught artist, inspired by famed artist Georgia O-Keefe, and known first by her botanical watercolors and then for her colorful depictions of animals, fish and birds. Her artwork has been described as sophisticated whimsy and has been depicted on original watercolors, prints and dinnerware. Her artwork has universal appeal and inspires smiles around the world. Indeed, her art is featured in such places as the London wine merchant, Justerini and Brooks LTD, and on the Royal Caribbean Cruise Ships.
Eric’s hobby is tracing the genealogical history of his family which goes back to 320 AD. Anne’s family came over on the Mayflower.
You will enjoy checking out these beautiful works of art and talking with Anne and Eric.
Hall C 132-133
Email: ahathpaint@aol.com
Website: www.annehathawaydesigns.com
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THE PACKRAT’S DAUGHTER ~ HALL G 420 November 13, 2013

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Doug and Cherylin Cutter have traveled the world over to bring fascinating items to their shoppe along with items from their own collections. They started at Lakewood 400 and Historic Lakewood in 2005 and continue to enjoy it.
   Cherylin started very young going to auctions, estate sales and antique shows with her parents. Both parents were educators and every event became a teaching experience. Her mother dreamed that she and Cherylin’s Dad would retire and travel in their motor home selling and collecting antiques while seeing all of the United States. Sadly, her mother passed away prior to retiring. Cherylin introduced Doug to antique shows and the business. He owned a nice collection of antique pieces through his family and personal acquisitions. They enjoyed meeting new people and adding to their own collections. They soon ran out of room at home and that’s when The Packrat’s Daughter began. It is a tribute to Cherylin’s parents and living her mother’s dream.
     Doug specializes in antique and collectible books, Life magazines from 1936 through the 1980s, and furniture. Cherylin loves European linens, ironstone, transfer ware, majolica and art. Their home is a blend of European and American antiques which carries over in their shoppe. In 2006, they added a sidekick, Bandit, a Jack Russell Terrier, who maintains his presence in their office area at all times. You can find the Cutters and Bandit in their huge shoppe in the back of Hall G.
Email: Packratsdaughter@gmail.com
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HAWAIIAN CONNECTION ~ HALL F 318-371 September 17, 2013

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Richard Brown grew up with Aunts and his Mom as cheap labor picking up and restoring treasures back to life. Fifty years later, he is still doing it!
     Richard has traveled extensively around the world, especially the Orient … Japan, Taiwan and Hawaii. He lived in Hawaii for 25 years, raised his family and had a saw mill where he worked with the rare Koa wood pictured to the right. He has hand crafted more than 500 of these incredible rockers over the years.
     As a custom builder in both Hawaii and the US, Richard has building materials and hardware in his extensive shop which covers the back third of Hall F. You’ll find slab lumber in Walnut, Cherry, Ash and Hickory from Missouri. But that’s just the start of this collection which started small and grew. There’s tons of antiques and collectibles from all over the world.
     Richard has 7 children, 12 grandchildren (plus two more on the way) and 4 great grandchildren. He and his wife Angela (with Richard above) love to travel cross country their “boys” Rex and Snoopy.
    Going to the back of Hall F is a fun true treasure hunt where you might uncover just about anything! Be sure to stop and chat with Richard and Angela. He has so many stories to tell!
Hall F 318-371
Email: koarocker@gmail.com
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REGENCY FINE ART ~ HALL H 510 August 28, 2013

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Does your billiard or game room need a spectacular piece of art? David Herbertson of Regency Fine Arts has something great for you to set the theme!
     Third generation in the family business, Regency Fine Art features quality Sports and Movie Memorabilia. Have some great memorabilia of your own? They can custom frame almost anything especially shadow boxes. They also do photo restoration.

As David says, “If you can imagine it, we can frame it!
Check them out in Hall H.
Website: www.regencyfineart.com
Email: lesterh@regencyfineart.com
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NATALIE GRACE HOME DESIGN ~ Hall B 55,56 August 1, 2013

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One look into this shop and you know there is a creative owner. In this case, two creative owners, the team of Maidlene and Tommy Robinson.

     These two creative souls look for gracefully weathered and rusty things that they can bring back to life, often in a more useful role. They create art from salvage materials and frames from salvaged cypress wood. They also have a passion for vintage maps. This shop will surely catch your eye. It is full of unique art and decor.
    Maidlene and Tommy live in Suwanee, have two daughters in college, and love to travel around the Southeast looking for perfect items to bring to Lakewood 400 for their customers!
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Email: nancygracehome@yahoo.com
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VINTAGE & FOLK ART ~ HALL H 511 July 10, 2013

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If you are looking for a special touch for your front door, artist Margaret Cameron may have just the art you are looking for. Her painted screen doors are an artful touch with a little whimsy to boot. Charlie Daniels liked her doors so much he commissioned her to paint him on his screen door. It looks just like he is standing there!

    painted screen doors at Lakewood 400  “Baltimore, MD, was well known for their painted window screens in the 1920’s,” says Margaret. “I thought I’d try my hand and the rest is history.”
     Margaret paints custom portraits in oil on canvas. In addition to her paintings and folk art, she also has Vintage Western Ware (clothing and boots) in her shop in Hall H.
Do you want Margaret to paint you standing in your doorway?

Email: mvc627@gmail.com

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ASH RIVER SIGN & DESIGN ~ HALL H 519 May 30, 2013

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One look at the structure that houses Ash River Enterprises and you know that Angela O’Sullivan Waters is artistic and creative. She specializes in refurbishing and repurposing old furniture and cabinets. In addition to basic interior painting, Angela paints murals and faux finishes.  She also customizes and builds what can be dreamed up or visually presented to her and caters to her clients needs for special occasion items that need to be personalized. Angie features lots of hand painted signs!
Angie also owns Ash River Kennels where they raise standard and miniature Australian Shepherds. ash river at Lakewood 400
According to Angie,     “I absolutely love the opportunity to do what I love that Lakewood 400 has afforded me. That  the wonderful people around me are such a blessing is  even more of a plus!”
When asked to tell us something about herself, Angie says,  “just ask my Momma cuz she thinks I’m mahvalous!!!”

Email: angela.ashriver@gmail.com

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GARDEN GIRLS ~ HALL H 513 May 3, 2013

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If you love gardening, flowers, or fairies, you will love meeting Fine Artist Michele Alcock.
Most of her life, Michele has been growing, foraging, dissecting, pressing, and drying botanicals … flowers, leaves and seeds, 12 months of the year. Every detail in her artwork is completely “painted” with botanicals, even down to the tiny seeds for eyes. Her amazing originals are reproduced using museum quality papers into Fine Art Prints, Cards, and Giclees on canvas. Michele does admit to embellishing her prints with tiny Swarovski crystals occasionally.
Michele has been honored at many art shows and has been selected as one of five artist to compete for the artwork for the 2013 Yellow Daisy Festival.
Enjoy meeting Michele and seeing her incredible fine art in Hall H 513.

Email: michelesgardengirls@gmail.com

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JIM DUFFY HAS ONE MAN SHOW September 12, 2012

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Lakewood 400 Dealer and Artist, Jim Duffy, is being honored in a one man show at the Emory University Law Library in Decatur.
Jim began his art studies at the age of seven and won his first award at 12. He studied extensively, graduating with a Bachelor of Visual Arts Degree. His art career has included US and international shows where his list of awards is impressive.
We are pleased to have Jim Duffy and his wife Cali in our Lakewood family. See their shop, Jim Duffy Galleries, in Hall E where they also offer the works of many other artists.
The Emory show runs through December. For more information and to read more about Jim’s career:

http://library.law.emory.edu/about-the-library/current-art-exhibit/