Aside from the excitement swirling around the opportunity to simply view the legendary designer’s work, much of it will also be available for purchase, giving distinguished collectors a chance to add a piece of history to their interior décor.
The Hirschl & Adler Gallery exhibit will feature the work of Duncan Phyfe and his contemporaries, and in addition to the cabinetry, there will also be silver, porcelain, metalwork and lighting on display. The World of Duncan Phyfe will run from December 15 through February 17, and is free and open to the public from Tuesday through Friday from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm, and on Saturdays from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm. The gallery’s curators, Stuart and Elizabeth Feld, are noted authors and lecturers on Phyfe and they will be happy to offer their perspective on the artist during the show, or by private appointment on Mondays. For more information, visit HirschlAndAdler.com.
Eric Meyers is a native New Yorker who graduated in Journalism at San Francisco State University. While in the bay, he wrote for various publications like 944 and [X]Press. He has considerable experience in many aspects of culture, and holds a minor degree in the subject. Eric Meyers is also an Online Content Creator for The House Boardshop and author of two cover features for Snowboarder Ma...(Read More)