Continuing in his series of professional practice panels Mitch Pilnick will be moderating a discussion that will focus on the role of a consultant/advisor. What type of clientele do they focus on?
How do they consider specific art and artists to recommend to their collectors? What percentage of their business is commercial vs. residential? How best for artists to seek out & research consultants
for possible consideration, including the do and doníts.
Moderator: Mitchel Pilnick, ATOA Board Member
ELIZABETH SADOFF's strong studio art background forms the foundation for her Art Advisory, founded in 2009. Her mission is to connect the work of emerging and mid-career artists with prospective collectors unfamiliar with the acquisition process and seeking guidance in developing a personal aesthetic.
CHERYL SOKOLOW founded C Fine Art in 2009, specializing in the acquisition and exhibition of large-scale indoor and outdoor sculpture and sculptural works. She represents and exhibits the work of mid to late career artists with a focus on formal abstraction and excellence in execution and process.
JENNIFER WALLACE is co-founder of nAscent Art New York, an art consulting firm in its 10th year, helping clients acquire fine art by emerging artists for building lobbies, companies' offices, and leading hotels.