Martha Stewart recently shared pictures on her blog from her visit to The Philadelphia Antiques and Art Show.
She writes, “Whenever my schedule allows, I always enjoy attending antiques shows – especially when they benefit good causes.
Last week, I was invited to lecture at the Philadelphia Antiques & Art Show. Founded in 1962, this event is one of the longest running antiques shows in the country. This year, 60-exhibitors offered a vast selection of furnishings, decorative and fine art pieces for both the period and modern American home. And all proceeds from the 2018 Show go to the Philadelphia Museum of Art and Penn Medicine.
While I was there, I also conducted a book signing for “Martha’s Flowers: A Practical Guide to Growing, Gathering, and Enjoying”. It was a full and successful day. Enjoy these photos.”
Amongst the photos is a fabulous photo of Martha admiring the new aluminum casting of Rikki Morley Saunders’ peacock, “Alexander.” Martha writes, “I spotted this peacock right away and had a couple photos taken of me standing next to it. It reminded me of my beautiful blue peacocks at home.”