Antiques show at the BMA

MARYLAND SCENE

May 09, 1999|By Sloane Brown

Art appreciation meant admiring the aesthetics of antiques at the gala preview party for the Baltimore Museum of Art's Antiques Show. There was something for every taste, both in style and sustenance. Partygoers not only found all sorts of antiques to admire and buy, but different dinner buffets in several BMA rooms.

Among the 325 folks enjoying objets d'art and "objets d'eat": BMA director Doreen Bolger; honorary show chair Clara Haines; show manager Pam Meier; women's committee chair Mary Ann Burch; women's committee members Liz Trotter, Margo Bates and Joy Munster; Betti Sheldon, president of the Friends of the American Wing; Olwen Modell, party committee member; Margot Heller, BMA board past president; Carver Green, professional musician; Dr. Andrew Munster, director of the Baltimore Regional Burn Center; and Charlie Fenwick, president of Valley Motors Inc.

The party and three-day show raised about $100,000 for the BMA.

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