about j fine art, llc
As an art consultant since 2008, Judy J. Sherman launched j fine art, a full-service corporate art consultancy serving the DC Metropolitan area, Baltimore and Virginia, in 2011. j fine art understands the power that a carefully selected art collection will bring to a work environment; how it can shape corporate culture and reinforce brand, inspire people and connect with clients. We are committed to a transparent process beginning with an initial art strategy session with the client and its designers, review of interior plans and space, presentation of artwork, and framing and installation. We collaborate with architects and designers, combining art expertise with excellence in interior design. Additionally, we provide art collection management, including reframing and repositioning existing art collections, as well as the inventory management and photographing of existing holdings. We cherish long-term and dynamic professional relationships and proudly represent artists locally, nationally and globally, specializing in the acquisition and commissioning of artwork in all styles and media.
judy j. sherman, principal
Judy began her career as a labor and employment lawyer, where she worked in the private sector with leaders of the hospitality, restaurant and hotel industries and then with the National Labor Relations Board where she represented the NLRB before the Federal Appellate and District courts. She holds an LL.M. in Labor Law. Building on her devotion to the arts and her academic and professional study of the dynamics of the workplace, she launched j fine art to focus on the interplay between art and corporate culture. She is a board member of the Washington Project for the Arts and was a curator of the table sculptures for the 2011 and 2012 WPA Art Auction Galas and Hickok Cole ArtNight 2012. She most recently curated the 1st Annual MFA Exhibit and Open Studios at the School of Art at George Mason University. She is known in the community for being creative, transparent, strategic and passionate about her work and family. When not advising organizational leaders on art in the workplace, Judy enjoys theater, literature, global travel and the NYT crossword puzzle.