Our final collector’s home visit was at Fleur Bresler’s. It was another feast for the eyes as Fleur welcomed us into her lovely abode of art in beautiful spaces. There were so many incredible pieces of art to look at. They ran the gamut from tapestries, to wood, to paintings, to ceramic to marble. Two hours was not enough time to allow our senses to take in all that was put before them. It was quite satisfying intellectually and aesthetically to meet and interact with Fleur, a lovely lady and versed collector.

Fleur speaks of her collection to Grant, Adrien, and Julia.

Fleur speaks of her collection to Grant, Adrien, and Julia.


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Phil Brown (our wonderful Maryland guide) and Adrien Segal discuss the only flat piece created by Sam Maloof in his early years.


One of my favorites - Kachina dolls from the southwest.

One of my favorites – Kachina dolls from the southwest.


Julia and Rex savor another room of treasures.

Julia and Rex savor another room of treasures.


Zina, Julia and Phil are amazed at the incredible carving work found on such tiny pieces.

Zina, Julia and Phil are amazed at the incredible carving work found on such tiny pieces.


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Loved this sculptured dress.


Zina Burloiu admires the detail on a frog sculpture carved by

Zina Burloiu admires the detail on a salamander sculpture.


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Fleur entices Zina to find a way to open the carved trick box.


Zina and Grant have fun choosing what piece they will hold next.

Zina and Grant have fun choosing what piece they will hold next


Zina Burloiu

Zina Burloiu..thinking thinking thinking.


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