News-Antique.com - Jan 25,2011 - Following their announcement that they will relaunch The Ellis Boston Antiques Show on October 13-16, 2011 at The Cyclorama, Boston Center for The Arts, the show's producers, Tony Fusco and Robert Four, are pleased to announce their initial roster of exhibitors. The show will feature 40 exhibitors of the highest quality, drawn from both past Ellis exhibitors as well as many new additions. The show opens with a Gala Preview on Thursday, October 13 to benefit Ellis Memorial, Boston's first settlement house. Located in Boston's South End, just a two-minute walk from the Cyclorama, Ellis Memorial has been caring for children, disabled adults, and families who live and work in the South End and adjacent neighborhoods since 1885. For additional information, visit the show's website at www.EllisBoston.com or call 617-363-0405.
Exhibitors for the 2011 show will include both former Ellis exhibitors and new additions:
Antique American Wicker (MA), Arader Galleries (NY), Sue Brown (UK), Alfred Bullard (PA),
Cara Antiques (PA), Cuhna-St. John Antiques (MA), Dawn Hill Antiques (CT), The Federalist Antiques (IL), Funston Antiques (MA), J. Gallagher Antiques (NY), Georgian Manor Antiques (MA), Imperial Fine Books and Oriental Art (NY), Arthur Guy Kaplan (MD), James M. Labaugh Antiques (NY), Polly Latham Asian Art (MA), Leatherwood Antiques (MA), Robert Lloyd (NY), Oriental Rugs, Ltd. (CT), Charles Edwin Puckett (OH), W.M. Schwind, Jr. (ME), Sallea Antiques (CT), Savenkov Gallery (VA), Rick Scott (CA), G.R. Sergeant Antiques (CT), Andrew Spindler Antiques (MA), William Vareika Fine Arts (RI), Vose Galleries (MA), Charles L. Washburne Antiques (PA), Michael J. Whitman Antiques (PA), Yew Tree House Antiques (NY), and others to be announced.
Fusco & Four already produces two successful shows each year at The Cyclorama: AD 20/21: Art & Design of the 20th & 21st Centuries, which includes the Boston Print Fair, and which will hold its fourth annual show April 7-10, 2011 (www.AD2021.com); and The Boston International Fine Art Show, which will have its 15th anniversary November 17-20, 2011 (www.FineArtBoston.com)
"We are thrilled with the overwhelming response to our announcement that we will relaunch the Ellis Boston Antiques Show, and grateful to the many exhibitors who have already shown their support for bringing a world class antiques show back to Boston," comments co-producer Tony Fusco. "We will have other exciting additions to announce in the months ahead and we will be making some significant changes to the show's composition, marketing and positioning while building on an important tradition that spanned half of a century."
The Cyclorama provides the ideal venue for this exciting show. A large circular rotunda and adjacent salons encourage visitors to both linger and wander. The historic structure is located in the heart of the BCA complex, which boasts four theatres, a gallery, the Boston Ballet School, 50 artist studios and other facilities. There are more than a dozen "hot" restaurants and nightspots within a five-minute walk, making it a focal point for cultural life in the city.
“We're thrilled to be bringing The Ellis Boston Antiques Show back to the