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December 7, 2016

An Artist's Estate:

Saving it from the Dumpster

This is the third 'estate' panel Lynne Mayocole has organized over the course of several years.  Each has been meant to offer as much information as possible to artists and those interested in the arts regarding the preservation of art when the artist is no longer living.  Audience questions are very welcome.

Moderator:  Joan Marter, President of the Dorothy Dehner Foundation and Editor for Woman's Art Journal

Panelists: Ann Koll, former Director and Curator of the Emilio Sanchez Foundation, currently artist estate advisor.
Joyce Romano, actress and daughter of two late art world parents, handling both estates
Eric Siegeltuch, Investment Advisor Representative  with Cetera Investment Advisors LLC, 55 Caryl Avenue, Yonkers, New York 10705, (914) 327-3863
Christopher Schwabacher, Estate lawyer

Organizer: Lynne Mayocole, sculptor, Board President of ATOA

Dumpster Image by Chika Akira

Lynne Mayocole
Photo by Jacqueline Sferra Rada

Joan Marter is an art critic, curator, and art historian. She is the Executor of the Dorothy Dehner Estate. For 22 years she has served as President of the Dorothy Dehner Foundation for the Visual Arts. Dr. Marter is the Editor of the Woman’s Art Journal, and co-organizer of Women of Abstract Expressionism which is traveling to several venues. She is the author of numerous books, essays and ar?cles about contemporary artists.

Christopher Schwabacher is a lawyer, who counsels clients on a broad range of issues including: estate planning and related tax work, estate and trust administration, Son of painter Ethel Schwabacher, contributing writer to "Artist's Estates: Reputations in Trust" by Magda Salveson.

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