I am excited to announce that my friend and decorative arts expert William Nash will become a regular Art & Antiques Show blog author. Through his posts, William will share his expertise and experience in antiques, home décor and restoration.
He will contribute to the recurring series Form and Function where readers can learn new and innovative ways to use their favorite pieces.
In the series Ask the Expert, William will answer questions from Art & Antiques Show blog readers.
Learn more about William by reading his bio below:
William Nash is one of the Southeast’s up-and-coming experts in antiques and decorative arts. He holds a B.A. in History from the University of Georgia, as well as a certificate in Appraisal Studies in Antiques and Fine Art from the University of Georgia in partnership with the American Society of Appraisers. He is a member of the Estate Planning Council of Northeast Florida and a candidate member of the American Society of Appraisers. William is carrying on the trade and tradition of his father, Bill III, who has been named “second to none” in Jacksonville for his work as an antiques restorer and conservator. Together, William and his father run E.W. Nash & Son, an antiques restoration and appraisal firm located in Jacksonville, Florida. One of the nation’s youngest in his field, William has a passion for history, tradition, and collecting, and is revitalizing the world of antiques for the next generation. He and his wife, Leanna, live in Jacksonville’s historic district of Avondale with their two children, Laurie and William V. When he is not in his workshop or out in the field appraising, William enjoys restoring and maintaining his 1924 home, which he affectionately calls “Nash Abbey”. You can learn more about William and his work at www.ewnash.com.
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