StaffSpecial Web Services
Sue Wiggins, Chairman and CEO
President and Founder of art4business and ArtSouth Inc., Ms. Wiggins is a lifelong entrepreneur. She has assisted with the development of art collections at countless corporations, including Fortune 500 companies, hospitals and universities. She is a pioneer in the field of art consulting with 25 years expertise. A member of National Association for Corporate Art Management and a board member of the Philadelphia Print Center, she has lectured extensively on art in the corporate environment. A graduate of the University of Alabama (BA, 1972) with studies in communications and art history, she also designed and implemented special programs for the University's Peace Corp department.
Carrie Cook, Project Manager
Ms. Cook has been with art4business Inc. for six years, working in a variety of roles from Slide Registrar to Project Manager. She has managed several acquisition projects from inception to installation and has specific skills in research, art handling and installation. She has a broad knowledge of contemporary artists throughout the United States.
Ms. Cook has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in painting from Tyler School of Art, Temple University.
Christine Fields, Associate
Ms. Fields recently joined art4business as an Associate. Her responsibilities at art4business include the coordination of all shipping, art handling and framing. Her attention to detail provides the continuity required to maintain a seamless flow of work between artists, clients and vendors.
Prior to art4business, she was working in the Philadelphia Museum of Art in the Data Center and helped out when needed with the Dali exhibit. She has volunteered at the Zirkle Gallery in Harrisonburg, Virginia planning openings and working directly as an assistant to the artists.
Ms. Fields graduated from James Madison University in 2004 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Art History.
Ms. Pinkstone joined art4business Inc. after five years working in non-profit arts and cultural organizations, including Perkins Center for the Arts and International House Philadelphia. Her previous experience includes preparing exhibitions and events, artist relations, writing and editing promotional materials and coordinating volunteer efforts. As an associate at art4business, Morgan manages inventory for Cigna’s corporate collection, produces marketing content and serves as liaison to art4business artists.
Monika F. Brodsky, Consultant
Mrs. Brodsky has more than thirteen years experience in art business management. As a Boston-based consultant, she has been involved in the inventory, project coordination and installation of art for several New England clients including IBM, Cigna, and Wolf, Block, Schorr and Solis-Cohen LLP. As a previous primary project manager for Novartis Pharmaceuticals in New Jersey, her work included redefining the focus of their original collection for a 500,000 square foot research facility as well as curating art programs for numerous internal company divisions. In addition, she arranged the solicitation of venues for a traveling illustration exhibition and its related transportation coordination, conservation and framing. She has also supervised art installations, art audits and the coordination of research projects. She was previously the primary facilitator of the SmartArt inventory system for art asset management, documenting the fine art holdings of many major corporations around the country.
Mrs. Brodsky has a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Studio Art from Kutztown University in Pennsylvania.