Sarah B. Cunningham, a Rhode Island native, joined the firm of Alfred J. Walker Fine Art in 1999. After receiving her Bachelor's degree from Duke University in 1997 and completing graduate work at the Rhode Island School of Design, Sarah worked as manager and director of Alfred J. Walker Fine Art for over eight years. After the retirement of her mentor and gallery founder, Alfred J. Walker, Sarah embarked upon a new chapter in the gallery's long history. She now serves as owner of Walker-Cunningham Fine Art.
Ridley H. Boocock has been with Walker-Cunningham Fine Art since 2009. Having a background in the arts, art appraisal and business management, she serves as Gallery Manager. A native of Virginia, she received her BA in Art from Old Dominion University and continued her education at the New York School of Interior Design earning a Certificate in Decorative Arts Esthetic Principles and Practical Procedures and later, at the Rhode Island School of Design receiving a Certificate in Appraisal Studies in Arts and Antiques.
Alfred J. Walker founded Alfred J. Walker Fine Art in 1979 after years in the brokerage business on both the east and west coasts. A Massachusetts native and graduate of Brown University, BA Class of 1959, Alfred first worked privately from his townhouse on Dartmouth Street in the Back Bay before establishing a presence on Newbury Street that has served collectors for 30 years. Today, Alfred enthusiastically continues his association with the gallery as a consultant.
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