What makes your upbringing different from others? Are you like Sally Caverly who grew up surrounded with art and loving it?
Sally Caverly is an art lover, researcher and a conservationist born in 1962 at Massachusettes and New Hampshire. She is the heart and soul of Hawkfield Gallery, the owner and curator dedicated in making the gallery one of the most attractive places to visit in a shore town halfway between Boston and Cape Cod.
Art has become an integrated part of Sally’s life. Her parents are both artists and it seems that they trained her so early on how to run a business by assigning Sally occasionally to serve as an auctioneer for their collection of American impressionist artworks.
During her twenties, she started acquiring artworks for her collection. The first artwork she fortunately obtained is a pastel drawing of wild ducks from the famous American pastel artist Willian Henry Chandler. And it seems that her attachment from her home environment which is the East Coast is apparent on her collections as it consists of artworks with birds, geese, ducks and wild animals.
Her passion for art combined with a broad experience in the art world has helped her in maintaining the reputation of Hawkfield Gallery in giving a quality service and assistance to art buyers and collectors.
Ms. Sally Caverly is currently working as a Director at the North and South Rivers Watershed Association. Her previous works include running online retail store and head of Houghton Mifflin Company’s Research Department. Aside from managing Hawkfield Gallery, Sally loves tutoring students with special needs too. She obtained a degree in Bachelor of Arts in Marketing from Simmons College, a diploma from Phillips Academy in Andover and a Master’s degree in Education.