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Sponsors The Art Auction would not be possible without the generous support of individual and corporate sponsors. This level of support underwrites the cost of staging the event so that monies raised through the auction go directly to student scholarship funds in the School of Art, Design and Art History. The reception and art preview are being held in honor of JMU's First Lady and are sponsored by Dr. Dorothy M. Rowe. Major Sponsors JMU Board of Visitors Dr. Dorothy M. Rowe (’50) Presenting Dr. Jerry Benson, Interim Provost and Dr. Martha Ross Commonwealth One Federal Credit Union Follett Higher Education Hanbury Evans Wright Vlattas & Company, Architects and Planners Dr. John and Beverly McGowan Charlotte McNulty (’79, ’80 M) and William Kagey Judith S. Strickler (’60), JMU Board of Visitors Phillip Updike (’73), Realtor, and Christina Updike (’73) Gallery Anonymous Fund of The Community Foundation of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County Aramark Ken (’83) and Susan Bartee College of Visual and Performing Arts Walter (’84) & Martha Curt Family Foundation Inc. Power Monitors, Inc. Exhibit Dental Health Associates Graves Light Wealth Management of Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC Moseley Architects Skanska USA Building Trappings – Interior Design, Anne Marie Elles (’91) Kenneth Farmer: Auctioneer Kenneth W. Farmer Jr. is the owner of Ken Farmer Auctions and Appraisals, LLC based in Radford, Va. His specialties include the appraisal and sale of American furniture and folk art as well as the sale of fine art and decorative art. His company, in partnership with Woltz & Associates in Roanoke, Va. also offers multi-parcel real estate auctions of historic homes, acreage and commercial and recreational properties. In 1995 Farmer formed Ken Farmer Auctions and Appraisals in order to focus on the auction sale of antiques and real estate. The company has set several national records for selling both American and English antiques at auction. Farmer has served as a guest appraiser in furniture, folk art, decorative arts and musical instruments on the PBS television series Antiques Roadshow, and also appeared on the Oprah Winfrey show. He lectures frequently about antiques, auctions and collecting for both public and private institutions throughout the United States. He is a member of the Certified Auctioneer’s Institute, the Virginia Auctioneer’s Association, the Appraiser’s Association of America and the National Auctioneer’s Association. Farmer also consults with collectors, museums and institutions regarding the appraisal, sale and purchase of antiques and fine art. 2

Sponsors

THE ART AUCTION would not be possible without the generous support of individual and corporate sponsors. This level of support underwrites the cost of staging the event so that monies raised through the auction go directly to student scholarship funds in the School of Art, Design and Art History.<br /> <br /> The reception and art preview are being held in honor of JMU's First Lady and are sponsored by Dr. Dorothy M. Rowe.<br /> <br /> MAJOR SPONSORS<br /> <br /> JMU Board of Visitors<br /> <br /> <br /> Dr. Dorothy M. Rowe (’50)<br /> <br /> GALLERY<br /> <br /> Anonymous Fund of The Community Foundation of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County<br /> Aramark<br /> <br /> Ken (’83) and Susan Bartee<br /> <br /> College of Visual and Performing Arts<br /> <br /> Walter (’84) & Martha Curt Family Foundation Inc.<br /> <br /> Power Monitors, Inc.<br /> <br /> EXHIBIT<br /> <br /> Dental Health Associates<br /> <br /> Graves Light Wealth Management of Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC<br /> <br /> Moseley Architects<br /> <br /> Skanska USA Building<br /> <br /> Trappings – Interior Design, Anne Marie Elles (’91)<br /> <br /> PRESENTING<br /> <br /> Dr. Jerry Benson, Interim Provost and Dr. Martha Ross<br /> <br /> Commonwealth One Federal Credit Union<br /> <br /> Follett Higher Education<br /> <br /> Hanbury Evans Wright Vlattas & Company, Architects and Planners<br /> <br /> Dr. John and Beverly McGowan<br /> <br /> Charlotte McNulty (’79, ’80 M) and William Kagey<br /> <br /> Judith S. Strickler (’60), JMU Board of Visitors<br /> <br /> Phillip Updike (’73), Realtor, and Christina Updike (’73)

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Kenneth Farmer Auctioneer

KENNETH W. FARMER JR. is the owner of Ken Farmer Auctions and Appraisals, LLC based in Radford, Va. His specialties include the appraisal and sale of American furniture and folk art as well as the sale of fine art and decorative art. His company, in partnership with Woltz & Associates in Roanoke, Va. Also offers multi-parcel real estate auctions of historic homes, acreage and commercial and recreational properties.<br /> <br /> In 1995 Farmer formed Ken Farmer Auctions and Appraisals in order to focus on the auction sale of antiques and real estate. The company has set several national records for selling both American and English antiques at auction.<br /> <br /> Farmer has served as a guest appraiser in furniture, folk art, decorative arts and musical instruments on the PBS television series Antiques Roadshow, and also appeared on the Oprah Winfrey show. He lectures frequently about antiques, auctions and collecting for both public and private institutions throughout the United States. He is a member of the Certified Auctioneer’s Institute, the Virginia Auctioneer’s Association, the Appraiser’s Association of America and the National Auctioneer’s Association. Farmer also consults with collectors, museums and institutions regarding the appraisal, sale and purchase of antiques and fine art.

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