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Apr 8 | Lecture with Certified Appraiser, Jennifer Stoots
08apr6:30 pm8:30 pmApr 8 | Lecture with Certified Appraiser, Jennifer Stoots
Certified Appraiser, Jennifer Stoots Friday 6:30-8:30pm Lecture Saturday 12:30-5:30pm Private Consultation & Market Analysis $10 general public | $5 PCNW Members | Students FREE with ID and RSVP
Certified Appraiser, Jennifer Stoots
Friday 6:30-8:30pm Lecture
Saturday 12:30-5:30pm Private Consultation & Market Analysis
$10 general public | $5 PCNW Members | Students FREE with ID and RSVP
The Antiques Road Show has imparted appraisers with an air of omniscience. The reality behind valuing artwork and collectibles is a far more involved process that includes market research, analysis and, often, problem solving. Certified photography appraiser Jennifer Stoots will pull back the curtain on the art of appraising in a discussion of the different types of appraisals and what they’re used for, how a single artwork can have multiple values depending on the purpose of the valuation, and what the IRS is looking for.
ENROLLMENT CLOSED FOR PRIVATE CONSULTATIONS
Private consultations & market analysis report (up to 3 photographs) SESSIONS: Saturday April 9, 2016*
TIME: 30 min. increments, scheduled between 12:30 & 5:30 p.m.
COST: $150 (Cost covers the 1hr of research & report writing plus the 30 minute private session on April 9. This offering is at a reduced hourly rate for PCNW.)
*Scheduling of the private consultation and your selection of photographers &/or photographs to be analyzed must be submitted to PCNW by Friday March 26, to allow ample time for research and preparation of market analysis report prior to the private session on April 9.
The Market Analysis report delivered during the private session will provide an overview of the market for the artist/photographer’s work in the marketplace and will include:
- Recent realized auction prices for same or similar works you’ve chosen
- Auction houses that have sold the photographs by the artist(s) in the past
- Current retail pricing (if available)
- List of photography and/or antique dealers that are currently selling same or similar material
- General outline of commissions and fees to be expected when consigning artwork for resale
The resulting report and private session will be a general market assessment for same or similar work by the photographers you select prior to the session. (The report delivered and discussed will not be an appraisal, which also involves inspection of the artwork, market research for the specific piece(s) in a collection, value assessment for a specific purposes (e.g., insurance or donation), and preparation of an appraisal report. To read more, please visit here.)
JENNIFER L. STOOTS, AAA — Accredited Fine Art Appraiser, Certified in Photography, Stoots, LLC
Jennifer Stoots is an accredited fine art appraiser, certified in photography with the Appraisers Association of America, New York, NY. She has been professionally involved in the arts for 21 years, has been working in the photography marketplace for 17 years, and has been appraising fine art and photography for over 13 years. Jennifer also gives lectures on the history of photography, is an advisor to collectors and fine art photographers, and has served on the boards of several photo-dedicated organizations. She acquired her credentials to appraise art from NYU’s Appraisal Studies Program for Fine and Decorative Art in 2002 and earned her Master’s degree in the History of Art & Design from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY. Jennifer is most often engaged in appraising fine art photography and contemporary art, writing market analysis reports, and helping individuals and organizations manage their collections.
Tickets to the presentation here.
Tickets to the personal appraisal sessions here.
(Friday) 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm