Wickliff Auctioneers is pleased to announce two new associates who join our team in January. Please say ‘hello’ to them on your next visit to our showrooms!
Elizabeth (Libby) Nolan, a May, 2012, cum laude graduate of Hillsdale College, has joined Wickliff Auctioneers, Carmel, IN, as Gallery Associate. Libby received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Art History, concentrating in French Impressionism. She also has a background in photography and design.
Libby moved to Carmel, IN, in September, and previously worked as public relations intern for Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Inc. Wanting to put her degree to good use, Libby knew that, after her internship, she wanted to find a position that focused on history and fine art. After tirelessly researching different auction houses, galleries, and museums in the area, Libby was drawn to Wickliff Auctioneers due to the company’s outstanding reputation for highest quality and expertise.
Libby began her position with Wickliff Auctioneers January 2, and looks forward to learning more about the art and antiques auction business. In just three days, she has already proven that she will be a valuable member of the team!
Joshua Kublnick will join Wickliff Auctioneers staff as an Auctioneer Associate in January. Josh will assist at auctions and at previews, and will also assist with gallery and on-site needs, as necessary. Joshua will also join Darin at various charity events as a ring person.
Josh is a 2012 Reppert Auction School graduate, and has extensive experience in outside sales and has also conducted sales training courses. He also has experience in law enforcement, having served as a police officer and Field Training Officer for the Muncie, IN, police department. Joshua and his family reside in Muncie.
He is very eager to learn the auction business, as well as to grow in product knowledge and auctioneer proficiency. We welcome Joshua to our team!