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Ph.D. Art History, Penn State University
Master's degree: Art History, Wesleyan University
Bachelor's degree: History, University of Michigan 
Teaching positions held: Penn State Univerity
State University of New York
Muhlenberg College
Arcadia University
So. Connecticut University
Albertus Magnus College
PA Academy of the Fine Arts
Museum positions held: Yale University Art Gallery
Muhlenberg College
Allentown Art Museum
Palmer Museum of Art at Penn State Univeristy
Select publications: An American Sculptor:  Seymour Lipton
Masters of Contemporary Realism
Women Artists

American Art Review
Art & Antiques
School Arts
Susquehanna Style
Lehigh Valley Style

Art & Frame Review
New England Antiques Journal
Chesapeake Home magazines

Internationally syndicated art & antiques column appears in over 400 publications. View current listing.
Exhibitions curated: Colgate University
University of Wisconsin 
Iowa State University
University of Iowa
McNay Museum of Art
Susquehanna Art Museum
Muhlenberg College
Palmer Museum of Art
Hicks Art Center Gallery
Allentown Art Museum
Media, Television & Radio appearances: History's Curse of Oak Island
Discovery's Auction Kings
Daily Show with Jon Stewart 
Inside Edition
Business Insider
Anderson LIVE
Lifetime Television
NBC The Tonight Show
ABC TV's LiveWell Network
Host, Comcast Tonight
FamilyNet's Everyday
Comcast Network
Treasure HD's Treasure Seekers
Retirement Living TV
BBC World Service
Personal appearances:

more than 150 appraisal events per year since 1998
appraises approximately 20,000 items per year from audiences worldwide.

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3 Ways to Find Valuable Antiques

3 Ways to Find Valuable Antiques

Want to know how to spot that valuable thrift store find? Don't know what to look for when cleaning out Grandma's attic or when you are downsizing? It's a common question and Dr. Lori provides secrets to spot those prints, posters, silver and ceramics that are valuable. Don't rely only on marks or signatures. They could fool you. You must read this article so you aren't throwing away a valuable or walking past it at a thrift store.

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