Orlando, FL, May 11, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- HG Art and Framing Consultants (HG) the international, turnkey art consulting and wholesale framing operation headquartered in Orlando, FL announced today the arrival of Connie M. Wetmore as its new Senior Art Consultant. With over 15 years of experience in the art field, she will add to an already impressive team of consultants at HG.
Before coming to HG Art and Framing Consultants, Connie was a Sr. Project Manager / Art Consultant with Joan Warren-Grady Art Advisory in Southern California. There, she specialized in the high-end hospitality field and oversaw projects including the Fairmont Hotel in Monte Carlo, The Regent Hotel at Bal Harbour in Miami, FL and The Residences at Little Nell in Aspen, CO. Prior to that, she spent time working in galleries and custom framing shops throughout the northeast U.S. Her experience and industry connections are a key addition to HG’s exemplary team, and come at a time when the company is growing and expanding its clientele base.
“Bringing on Connie as Senior Art Consultant will help us improve our level of individual customer service and help us maintain a higher level of client relationships. Connie brings a wealth of industry knowledge to our team and will be a valued addition to HG Art and Framing,” said Russell Glotfelty, President and CEO.
HG Art & Framing Consultants (HG) was founded in Orlando in 1981. Under the visionary leadership of Russell A. Glotfelty, HG’s President and CEO, the firm’s services have evolved to include art publishing/giclee’ printing via high resolution capture, custom-designed in-house artwork, and further represents original works from a collection of internationally-acclaimed artists.
HG’s client list reads like a “Who’s Who of Hospitality Design” including corporate giants such as the Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, Marriott International, the Hilton Corporation and Hyatt Hotels. Additionally, the company’s roster of interior design and architectural clients include prominent firms such as Design Duncan Miller Ullman, Getty's Group, Leo A Daley, Looney Associates and VOA. HG has established relationships with the country’s largest theme parks, including Walt Disney World Resorts, Universal Orlando and Hard Rock Cafés, casinos and hotels. Additionally, HG has professional affiliations with The Hospitality Industry Network (NEWH), American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), Professional Picture Framers Association (PPFA) and the Frame Guild of America.