Business Matters in the Visual Arts LLC
Jeremy Stone, founder and principal of Business Matters in the Visual Arts LLC, is a resource for estate planning and the protection of works of art and collections of art.
Jeremy Stone, ASA, provides oral and written Fair Market Value appraisal reports for Charitable Donation, Estate Tax, Gifting, Sales Advice, Division of Property, and litigation support. In addition, Stone prepares written Replacement Value appraisal reports for Insurance Coverage for public art, murals, site-specific work and collections of art in private and public settings.
Court tested and certified, with 30 years of second generation expertise and professional work experience in the Modern, Post-War & Contemporary art market, Stone is a former dealer and gallery owner, independent curator, advisor and an accredited senior appraiser of fine art. Jeremy Stone offers access and confident guidance from her unusual vantage of research, analysis and understanding of the changing art market.
Jeremy Stone provides an independent, objective, thoroughly researched and analyzed viewpoint into the current market value of art works. Professional practices of the art world and strategic planning are a specialty and strength of Business Matters in the Visual Arts. Jeremy Stone works with collection managers, attorneys, CPAs, trustees and clients to provide answers to questions and advice. Artists, collectors and their families benefit from the level of information, experience and service that she offers. Stone’s client base is national and she is in New York monthly for meetings.
Learn more about the specific arts related business services and reports like art appraisals, art advice and expert witness. Read an informative article in the May 2011 issue of Artnews entitled In Praise of Appraisers by Eileen Kinsella on why and how to keep your art appraisals current. Read an article on why art galleries matter by Dorsey Waxter, former president of the Art Dealers Association of America. Listen to this podcast with Jeremy Stone on why art appraisals are important at the Tanager Wealth Management web site.
Jeremy Stone recommends art conservators and more on the Recommendations page here.