Honestly, I am envious of people who grew up surrounded by art. It surely is different and a privilege to be exposed in such environment.
This is why I envy with Sally Caverly, the owner and curator of Hawkfield Gallery. Her parents are both artists and growing up in a home filled with arts makes her appreciate the value of it even more, making her at home in art. During the years, she had grown to recognize the value of preserving impressive artworks made by different artists.
Sally first started her collection during her twenties where she fortunately acquired an artwork from the famous American pastel artist William Henry Chandler. And as I noticed, Sally has this love on artworks with birds, geese, ducks and wild animals which are evident on her collective artworks. This is maybe because of her attachment to her home environment in the East Coast. Her knowledge and keen taste in art developed as she learned to appreciate the beauty of nature and the breathtaking landscapes of her home environment.
Her passion for art is very strong considering that she even travels to participate in many art shows and sales. She even visits art museums and the homes of many reputable private collectors. The knowledge and experience she gained on her life journeys enormously contributed in preserving the charisma of Hawkfield Gallery in Massachusetts. With the help of her trusted fine arts consultants, Sally has maintained quality service and assistance to many satisfied art buyers and collectors.
Sally Caverly holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Marketing from Simmons College and a diploma from Phillips Academy in Andover. In addition, she also holds a Master’s degree in Education. She worked as a Market Research Department Head at Houghton Mifflin Company and now serves as a Director at the North and South Rivers Watershed Association.
Quote to live by:
“There is no such thing as teaching a person anything. You may be helped toward learning by a hint someone has given you, but anything you really learn has got to be learned by experience.” ~Frank Benson