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Hi, are you looking for something? Rounding out your decor? Starting from zero? Relax a while and browse through the site. The PRODUCTS page lists current inventory (well, some of it anyway… the majority of our inventory is on 1stdibs). Feel free to browse through the ABOUT and PRESS pages, too. Oh, and if you want to get in touch? Well the CONTACT page is perfect for that. Thanks! Heather Karlie
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I took a week off. But not really. I was working. But I didn't update my site. I think after you check out the pics and the stories, you'll forgive me because I bought some pretty great pieces. Without further ado…
The charcoal drawing is supposedly by a pretty well known artist, I'll keep you updated with what I find out.
April 17, 2017
I'll go day by day with my purchases, but they won't be in photo order. So, it was Sunday of last week when I headed to Lambertville flea market. Not only did I see some old friends and colleagues, but I also bought a beautiful charcoal drawing, a terra cotta sculpture and a dartboard (you'll remember from a previous post the smaller version of this one). The charcoal drawing is supposedly by a pretty well known artist, I'll keep you updated with what I find out. Oh and the sculpture is signed with a monogram. Great. Another mystery. At least I know that the dartboard is English. A couple days went by and Wednesday saw me back in Lambertville and buying more great pieces… A great little oil painting on board, a very cool 1970's era Italian (I think) coat rack, a twelve arm brass chandelier, a great little 1946 pencil drawing and a great frame that has a chain link design. Another couple days went by and I was back for a third time to Lambertville. This time I bought a pair of folk art style hand made dolls, a great little 1970's era Sarreid brass three drawer chest, a 1970's hard edge style geometric abstract print, an early 20th Century cassette style gold gilt Italian picture frame, a vintage Alexander Calder Mourlot lithograph poster, a small Italian picture frame and a brass faux bamboo coat rack. Whew. Great shopping! In addition to the buying (and soon to be selling) I'm planning for Brimfield, you know the incredible outdoor antiques fair that happens in Massachusetts. Shop with me this May in space D25 in the Heart O The Mart field!
I'm super happy with planning for Brimfield and I'll definitely have some great surprises there too! Be sure to click here to check out my Facebook page with the event Shop Brimfield with HKFA and click going. Picasso is quoted as saying, "Inspiration exists, but it has to find you working." So friends, let's work!
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Let's SHOP! Join me on 1stdibs for a tantalizing array of beautiful items... vintage, antique and modern finds that are at once rare and sublime... So without delay click here to see what's mine now and what should be yours with the press of a button!
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It was February of 2002 and I had just moved into a six month sublet in Alphabet City in the East Village. With $600 and no job, I thought I could make it in New York City. So six months went by and after searching the classifieds in the Village Voice I finally found my own apartment in the West Village. And guess what… Click here to find out what Heather Karlie Fine Art is all about.
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Modern Look Book started in 2015 as a new approach to vintage - making it modern. I wanted to mix in great modern and contemporary design, art and brands in vintage interiors. I gathered up a core group of friends and colleagues' work to debut it all alongside my vintage and antique finds. It was a huge success. Click here to read more!
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Heather Karlie Fine Art started off in a 341 square foot apartment in New York's West Village. Early morning sourcing at the Chelsea flea market yielded armfuls of antique, period and modernist picture frames. A quick email or two, appointments made on the Upper East Side and a subway ride were all part of my routine. I was sourcing for the top galleries in NYC. Click here to read more!


a rolling stone gathers no moss
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