Dialogue with Appraisers
Registration Information
October 25, 2019 | 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Pen + Brush
29 E 22nd St.
New York, NY

Members will discuss how they transitioned their experience
and education into a successful appraisal practice.

Learn about these members' efforts to change careers, seek work,
create an income-producing practice and to become a member of 
The Appraisers Association of America.

We look forward to seeing you there. Please rsvp!


Ellen Callamari, AAA (Certified Member) is founder and
president of Callamari Fine Art, a New York City-based

advisory  firm, specializing in the acquisition of Contemporary
and Post-War  works by both established and emerging artists. 
Ellen’s advisory practice combines expertise in art history with
a deep knowledge of the secondary market.  Prior to Callamari
Fine Art’s establishment in 2000, Ellen held senior positions at
prominent galleries in New York, such as the Mary Boone Gallery
and the Andrea Rosen Gallery.  Over the past 15 years, Ellen has
been the in-house art advisor to Linklater’s, one of the world’s
largest law firms.  She has acquired more than 100 artworks for
Linklater’s during this time, and currently manages its growing
collection, across multiple office locations.  As an expert in both
Post-War Art and valuations, Ellen has also served as an advisor
to the estate of the abstract expressionist, Richard Pousette-Dart,
for which she has played an integral role in both the exhibition and
sale of his work, domestically and internationally.  Ellen was a key
contributor in the development and creation of the monograph,

Richard Pousette-Dart: The New York School and Beyond (Skira, 2005). 
In 2012, Ellen was elected to the leadership organization, ArtTable.
In 2016, she joined the Association of Women Art Dealers. In addition
to holding both BA and MA degrees in art history from Rutgers University 
and the City University of New York, respectively, Ellen is a graduate of
the Appraisal Studies Program of New York University.

Jessica Hunter (Accredited Member) currently serves as 
Cataloguer for the Photographs Department at Swann Auction
 Prior to her position at Swann, Jesica was an
independent appraiser, working with Penelope Dixon &
Associates and Michael Capo. 
She also held the position
of Associate Appraiser and Registrar at Rick Wester Fine Art,
New York.  She received her MA in art business from Sotheby's
Institute of Art, London in 2016 and her MA in art history from
the University of Arizona in 2014. Jessica is currently on
the Appraisers Association of America’s Membership Committee.


Kristy Bryce (Associate Member) launched her art advisory
business in 2015, helping clients navigate the international
art market across a range of collecting categories from
Impressionism to Contemporary. Kristy began her career at
Craig Starr Gallery in 1998, where she initiated the gallery's
program of scholarly exhibitions focused on American and
PostWar art. From 2011 to 2015 Kristy was director of Eykyn
Maclean Gallery, responsible for curating the gallery's exhibitions
in London and New York as well as advising a number of collectors. 
Kristy holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in art history
(BA - Columbia, MA - CUNY Graduate Center) and is the author
of several publications on artists such as Robert Rauschenberg,
Jasper Johns, and Barnett Newman, in addition to a
catalogue raisonne of the prints of Charles Sheeler. 
Kristy completed CASP in 2017.

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