“Walk the Walk, Talk the Talk” is more than a clever title for this mix of carved walking sticks, figural ceramics and folk art, but also a philosophy of collecting with courage—of not playing it too safe and embracing outliers. It is finding examples of a genre that push boundaries and surprise us, yet still overlap its predecessors—objects that break preconceived notions and move the line forward. Come see this collection and more at The Philadelphia Antiques & Art Show, April 21-23, 2017.
W A L K T H E W A L K T A L K T H E T A L K PHILADELPHIA ANTIQUES & ART SHOW • A P R I L 2 1 - 2 3
Deco Diva Mahogany Circa: 1920-1930
Rare Ash Burl Reversible Tazza/Bowl
Steven Powers (1968 -) Broken Branc
S T E V E N S . P O W E R S W A L K
Magazine: WALK THE WALK, TALK THE TALK