Bel Air, MD, August 14, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Laurence (Larry) C. Zale, president of Laurence C. Zale Associates, Inc., will describe how to assemble a meaningful and potentially valuable personal collection on “The Collectors Show” on Web Talk Radio this week. Laurence C. Zale Associates is an independent visual arts advisory firm. Larry will be a regular/weekly guest on the program for the next 26 weeks. To listen, go to www.webtalkradio.net
Mr. Zale is a noted author and speaker on the topic of collecting fine art, collectibles and other tangible property. His expertise will be useful to those who want to start, manage, sell or donate a collection during their lifetime or as part of their estate. Articles he has written, co-written or for which he was interviewed have appeared in Business Week, Chubb Collectors Newsletter, Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, Journal of Financial Planning, Canvas: The Arts, Council on Foundations, ARTINFO, among others. His clients include collectors, universities, hospitals and other charitable organizations.
You can visit his web site at: www.visualartsadvisory.com
You can contact Larry directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Collectors Show on Web Talk Radio
Every week host Harold Nicoll will talk with collectors about their collections. Some collectors are casual about collecting and pick things up to add once in a while. These are not the people we talk to on The Collectors Show. Our guests are single minded folks whose collections are not just important but help to define them. They have a passion, and laser-like focus that gives insight into not just what makes for an interesting or even valuable collection, but let's us peer into their souls. Harold Nicoll is a veteran collector and host of The Collectors Show. By day, Harold is a public affairs/marketing communications executive. But his real passion is talking to, with, and about people and what they like to collect. He has a Master of Public Relations from The George Washington University, bachelor of art in political science from the University of Houston and has "APR" status from the Public Relations Society of America.