With over twenty years of museum, private collections and exhibition experience, Anderies Art specializes in developing and managing the valuable assets that clients have accrued over the years. Julie’s experience as an entrepreneur, manager of arts organizations, art historian and appraiser supports her clients in being proactive in the management of their personal goods. As a member of the Appraisers Association of America, ethical, competent performance, attention to detail, record keeping and professional support is assured, unbiased, and can be relied upon for tax reporting by insurance agencies, banks, lawyers, investors, estate representatives, museums and family members.
Julie specializes in the region that she grew up in, Colorado, California and New Mexico. Exploring and researching regional art is a passion She received her degree in Spanish from the University of Colorado, Masters in Art History from The University of Denver and Appraisal Certificate in Decorative and Fine Arts from New York University.
Her studies on the continent and travel throughout the Americas evolved into proficiency in the fields of Spanish Colonial, Latin American and Western Art. Alongside her work for private collectors in Denver and New Mexico, she has curated and managed collections, as well as researched and coordinated exhibits for the Denver Art Museum, History Colorado, Denver Public Library, Kirkland Museum for Fine and Decorative Arts, Museo de las Americas, the Taos Art Museum and Access Gallery.
Through museum work and independent projects, Julie honed skills in the field of 20th Century Decorative arts. Becoming an appraiser added a new dimension to her skill set, understanding art markets and values offers new insight into the art world. She finds being a generalist appraiser the most intriguing because of the many interesting objects and artworks she encounters in her client’s collections.