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Painting by: Sheri Farabaugh

2017 ADVERTISING GUIDE


A Beacon of the Post-Contemporary Art Movement In a world consumed with modernism, what started as a small, insignificant trend of contemporary realist painters has blossomed into a significant movement, called Post-Contemporary. It’s the next step in the progress of art, and it includes various forms of realism by contemporary artists. Fine Art Connoisseur is the only publication dedicated to these contemporary realists, highlighting the collectable artists of today as well as the emerging artists in this rapidly growing movement. Fine Art Connoisseur also covers appropriate art and art collections from a historic perspective, bringing Post-Contemporary full circle to today.

Celebrating Its 13th Anniversary We’re pleased 2017 marks the beginning of Fine Art Connoisseur’s 13th year in publishing. Published bi-monthly, the magazine serves art collectors and enthusiasts with innovative articles about representational paintings, sculptures, drawings, and prints — both historical and contemporary, American and European. Over the past decade, Fine Art Connoisseur has developed a particularly strong reputation for its editorial coverage of realism, a field of artistic excellence generally overlooked by other periodicals.


Ultra-High-End Affluent Collectors Collectors worldwide are embracing the PostContemporary movement, and Fine Art Connoisseur has played a significant role in the development of a collector base. Rather than wholesaling copies at low prices to drive circulation numbers with readers who have no ability to purchase paintings, Fine Art Connoisseur has followed a precise, almost surgical strategy in carefully selecting where the magazine is distributed and promoted, focusing on targeted affluent art collectors worldwide.

What started with a list of hedge-fund billionaires and the upper-level affluent has expanded over the last decade to what many consider the most affluent and difficult-to-reach art-collecting audiences, who are very selective about which publications are allowed into their homes and offices. As a result, Fine Art Connoisseur has reports from galleries of significant high-priced art sales, often by iconic household-name CEOs, investors, and celebrities.


A Network of Options to Accomplish Your Marketing Goals The “Connoisseur network” offers you a variety of advertising opportunities, sponsorships, and strategic and tactical applications to assist you in meeting your goals.

Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine Published six times annually, Fine Art Connoisseur is a full-color glossy publication filled with content about the Post-Contemporary art movement, about collectors and collections, about living and historical artists, and about art events and trends. The magazine has seen a 20 percent increase in national newsstand distribution, and that will be increased further by significant promotion at over 100 events, exhibitions, museums, galleries, and auctions, with an average bonus distribution of nearly 3,800 per issue. Fine Art Connoisseur also publishes a digital edition with each issue, available on Zinio.com. The magazine is edited by art historian, author, curator, and former museum director Peter Trippi, who joined Fine Art Connoisseur in 2006. Peter is a world-renowned expert on the British painters J.W. Waterhouse and Lawrence Alma-Tadema and author of best-selling books about them. He has curated many international museum exhibitions, has been the director of the Dahesh Museum in New York, and has also held positions at the Brooklyn Museum of Art and other institutions.

Fine Art Connoisseur is published by Streamline Publishing, which also publishes PleinAir magazine and many online publications. Streamline is headed by publisher B. Eric Rhoads, who is an avid art collector and patron. Rhoads was honored in the fall of 2015 with the Florence Academy of Art’s first art patron award for his work in promoting and exposing the Post-Contemporary art movement. The award was presented to him by Michel Cox Witmer, art patron and board member of The European Fine Art Fair (TEFAF). Also honored by the Florence Academy were patrons Christopher “Kip” Forbes and Judith Pond Kudlow, and artists Jacob Collins, Stone Roberts, and Daniel Graves.

B. Eric Rhoads


Fine Art Today Designed to reflect day-to-day activities in the PostContemporary art movement and the art community, Fine Art Today is a weekly e-mail newsletter that covers collecting, events, and trends in the art world as an extension of the magazine, allowing advertisers to highlight artworks, events, and exhibitions. The newsletter is edited by Andrew Webster, who joined Fine Art Today in July 2015 with an M.A. in art history. Andrew is also an editorial and creative marketing assistant for Streamline Publishing.

FineArtConnoisseur.com This website is the center of activity for Fine Art Connoisseur magazine online and has an active audience of readers. FineArtConnoisseur.com provides the ideal digital venue to showcase specific works of art, highlight exhibitions, discover hidden treasures, and learn of upcoming events.

The Figurative Art Convention & Expo Fine Art Connoisseur’s first annual FACE conference (Figurative Art Convention & Expo) will be held at the Biltmore Hotel in Miami, Florida, November 8-11, 2017, with a pre-workshop beginning November 7. The event will serve as learning experience for artists interested in figurative art taught by world-class artists.

The Fine Art Cruise Each year for the past seven years, Fine Art Connoisseur has created a cruise for its readers, allowing affluent collectors, artists, and art gallery owners to delve into art communities around the world, visiting conservation studios, art collections, and the homes of deceased or living artists or collectors, and going behind the scenes in many museums. The cruise has traveled to Bordeaux and London, Russia and the Baltic, the Danube, Spain and Portugal, the Rhine and Amsterdam, Italy and the Adriatic, and to France.


Desirable Readers and Active Collectors Fine Art Connoisseur Subscriber Demographics

Estimated Income :

• 32% have a net worth of over $1 million • 30% earn over $500,000 per year • 300 billionaires and 1,500 deca-millionaires

Lifestyle :

• 27% single • 73% are married • More than 45% are working women • More than 45% have lived in their home 15 years or more • More than 22% own three or more cars, with luxury SUVs being the most common • 47% have no children living at home

Most Frequent Credit Card Purchases :

• High-end retail and luxury goods • Travel • Specialty purchases and personal services

Primary Focus of Collection :

79% Painting 19% Sculpture 17% Fine Furnishings and Antiques

Average Number of Art Purchases in the Past Year :

• 17% Made Six or More Art Purchases • 96% of Readers Made One or More Art Purchases

Where They Purchase :

• 85% Galleries • 59% Art Fairs • 35% Charitable Auctions

Who Our Readers Collect:

41%

Collect Deceased Artists

72%

Collect Living Artists

83%

Collect Traditional Representational Artwork


Why Collectors and Advertisers Embrace Fine Art Connoisseur Each year thousands of the world’s top collectors turn to Fine Art Connoisseur advertisers to purchase quality artworks. Fine Art Connoisseur magazine is the exclusive guide to art and collecting for individuals who have a passion for fine art. It speaks directly to an audience of discerning consumers through engaging, dynamic editorial that explores with authority the highest-quality historical artworks and those created by the world’s finest living artists. Fine Art Connoisseur has carefully built a readership of quality artbuying collectors since it was established in 2004.

Each issue reaches an average of 67,000* loyal readers who are passionate about discovering the finest in representational art. * Based on distribution times 3.5 pass-along rate.

“Our collaboration with Fine Art Connoisseur magazine has enabled the Hockaday to broaden its audience base around the country as well as create a greater interest in the Museum’s mission. They have provided professional advertising opportunities and fantastic coverage of our exhibitions, events, and our artists. We couldn’t be more pleased.” Tracy Johnson Executive Director Hockaday Museum of Art


2017 Editorial Calendar

ONGOING FEATURES & SECTIONS HIDDEN COLLECTIONS Get a glimpse of private homes and clubs containing important artworks rarely or never seen by the public.

MARCH/APRIL 2017 Space Deadline: February 3/Newsstands: February 24 • Photo Spread: Equestrian Images (submissions due January 25) • Destination: San Diego County • Special Section: Salmagundi Art Auction • Special Section: Art Renewal Center • Special Section: Out West Art Show

TODAY’S MASTERS In-depth articles about the most important representational artists working now ARTISTS MAKING THEIR MARK (THREE TO WATCH) Our editor highlights three contemporary artists whose careers should be on your radar. HISTORIC MASTERS Well-researched overviews of representational masters of the past MY FAVORITE ARTWORK A well-known personality reveals why he or she loves a particular painting, sculpture, drawing, or print. AUCTION HIGHLIGHT A prominent auctioneer explains which artwork in an upcoming sale strikes him or her as the best bargain or most fascinating example. EXHIBITION PREVIEWS A roundup of the most intriguing shows occurring nationwide and internationally, along with the occasional special event or conference INSIDE TRACK and BEHIND THE SCENES Our editorial team provides the inside scoop on some aspect of today’s art world. SCULPTURE TODAY

Fine Art Connoisseur is particularly committed to highlighting the best sculptors at work now, as well as recent developments in this booming sector of representational art. THE FAIR GAME Insights into the most significant art fairs occurring around the world OFF THE WALLS A lively survey of upcoming auctions, fairs, museum and gallery exhibitions, plus photos of who did what in the art world last season

regional marketing managers Anne Weiler-Brown Art Division Director, Western 435.772.0504 or facpasales@gmail.com Violeta de la Serna International, Florida, Northeast 305.215.0923 or vdeserna@gmail.com

JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2017 Space Deadline: December 2/Newsstands: December 23 Special Edition (3rd Annual): Collectors of Contemporary Realist Art • Photo Spread: The Human Figure (submissions due November 23) • Destination: Charleston, SC • Special Section: Southeastern Wildlife Exposition • Special Section: Museums

MAY/JUNE 2017 Space Deadline: April 7/Newsstands: April 28 • Photo Spread: Portraits (submissions due March 29) • Destination: Summertime in the Mountains • Special Section: Oil Painters of America • Special Section: BP Portrait Competition (London) • Special Section: National Portrait Gallery JULY/AUGUST 2017 Space Deadline: June 2/Newsstands: June 23 • Photo Spread: Botanicals (submissions due May 24) • Destination: Denver, the Front Range, and Loveland, CO • Special Section: National Sculpture Society • Special Section: American Society of Botanical Artists SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2017 Space Deadline: August 4/Newsstands: August 25 • Photo Spread: Birds (submissions due July 26) • Destination: Fall Colors • Special Section: American Impressionist Society • Special Section: American Women Artists NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2017 Space Deadline: October 6/Newsstands: October 27 • Photo Spread: Industrial Scenes (submissions due September 27) • Destination: Florida • Special Section: Salmagundi Club 100th Anniversary • Special Section: Women Artists of the West • Special Section: Mountain Oyster Club

www.FineArtConnoisseur.com Gina Ward Central 920.743.2405 or gwardart@gmail.com Sarah Webb (assistant) 630.445.9182 or swebb.art@gmail.com

Krystal Allen West Coast 541.447.4787 or krystalallen2@gmail.com Tracey Norvell Mid-Atlantic, Southeast 918.519.0141 or tenwriter@gmail.com


DISPLAY ADVERTISING RATES WHY ADVERTISE IN FINE ART CONNOISSEUR? AFFLUENT COLLECTORS:

LONGER SHELF LIFE:

Each year thousands of the world’s top collectors turn to our advertisers to purchase quality artworks: 86% of Fine Art Connoisseur readers have visited a gallery in the past 12 months and purchased at least one piece of art, 12% have collections valued at over $1 million, and over a third have collections valued at over $100,000. Our subscribers have a median age of 58, and 25% are between 35 and 54. Our reader demographics, supported by Statistics.com, show a household income of $250,000+.

As a bimonthly publication, Fine Art Connoisseur provides extended exposure for each dollar invested, with front shelf exposure in every Barnes & Noble (840-plus markets) nationally, 114 retailers across Canada (Chapters/Indigo chain and Multimags locations), a number of international airline companies, and museum bookstores.

OVER 67,000 READERS PER ISSUE: We reach readers in every major market in the U.S., Canada, and Europe, all passionate about discovering the finest in representational art.

BONUS DISTRIBUTION: With an average bonus distribution of nearly 3,800 per issue, Fine Art Connoisseur sponsors events with distribution in major art markets such as the LA Art Show, Palm Beach Art & Design, Eiteljorg Museum Quest for the West (IN), Washington Winter Antiques Show (DC), Jackson Hole Art Auction, special events at the Salmagundi Club (NYC), Art Antiques London, Houston Fine Art Fair, Prix de West (OK), American Art Fair (NYC), Boston International Fine Art Show, and Miami Art Week.

DISPLAY ADVERTISING RATES

All Advertising is 4-Color • Final Trim Size is 9''w x 10.875''h 1 issue 3 issues 6 issues Two-Page Spread.......................................................................$6,000...................$5,500....................$5,000 Full Page............................................................................................$3,995...................$3,500....................$3,200 Two-Thirds Page/Masthead (2 available).....................$3,200...................$2,500....................$2,300 Half Page (Vertical or Horizontal)...................................$2,150...................$1,800....................$1,600

PREMIUM POSITIONS (Based on availability) Back Cover – additional 20% of earned full-page rate Inside Front Cover – additional 15% of earned full-page rate Inside Back Cover – additional 15% of earned full-page rate Publisher’s Note – additional 10% of earned full-page rate Editor’s Note – additional 10% of earned full-page rate Table of Contents – additional 10% of earned full-page rate

ADVERTISER POLICY:

• Fine Art Connoisseur accepts advertising from artists, art dealers and galleries, museums, auction houses, art-related service providers such as art consultants and insurance carriers, framing companies, fine art publishers, artist-owned galleries, art events, and luxury consumer-goods companies. • Companies and products advertised in Fine Art Connoisseur should be targeted to our exclusive art-collector audience. All new companies or products must be vetted by our editor for compliance with the quality and standards of the publication.

RATE POLICY: • Contracts and insertion orders are binding, and must accompany or precede artwork. • Billing is subject to the contractual rate. Unfulfilled contracts will be subject to the appropriate earned rate. • Full payment in advance is required for all first-time advertisers via credit card, or until credit is approved. • Additional conditions apply as stated in the advertising agreement.

Anne Weiler-Brown Art Division Director, Western 435.772.0504 or facpasales@gmail.com Violeta de la Serna International, Florida, Northeast 305.215.0923 or vdeserna@gmail.com

2017 Schedule ISSUE

Space DEADLINE

NEWSSTANDS

January/February*

December 2

December 23

March/April

February 3

February 24

May/June

April 7

April 28

July/August

June 2

June 23

September/October

August 4

August 25

November/December

October 6

October 27

* Includes the 3rd Annual Collectors of Contemporary Realist Art

regional marketing managers Gina Ward Central 920.743.2405 or gwardart@gmail.com Sarah Webb (assistant) 630.445.9182 or swebb.art@gmail.com

Krystal Allen West Coast 541.447.4787 or krystalallen2@gmail.com Tracey Norvell Mid-Atlantic, Southeast 918.519.0141 or tenwriter@gmail.com


PREMIUM POSITION OPTIONS & ENHANCED VISIBILITY Paid Circulation

15,000

REGIONAL MARKETING MANAGERS Anne Weiler-Brown Art Division Director, Western 435.772.0504 or facpasales@gmail.com Gina Ward Central 920.743.2405 or gwardart@gmail.com Sarah Webb (assistant) 630.445.9182 or swebb.art@gmail.com Violeta de la Serna International, Florida, Northeast 305.215.0923 or vdeserna@gmail.com Krystal Allen West Coast 541.447.4787 or krystalallen2@gmail.com Tracey Norvell Mid-Atlantic, Southeast 918.519.0141 or tenwriter@gmail.com

All rates do NOT include printing. Printing and design options and rates quoted individually. All premium positions must be contracted for 30 days prior to space close. Only one of each premium position option available per issue.

Gatefold Ad (4 Pages)

Total print

20,000

SLIP SHEET..................... $2,500..... Not available Two-sided Front side must be designed to match Fine Art Connoisseur cover design Back side may have any approved content appropriate to event, etc. In poly-bagged circulation only Final trim size 9¨w x 10.875¨h; no bleeds Printed by client or FAC printer 70# gloss stock only BELLY BAND................... $4,100..... Not available Must be printed by Fine Art Connoisseur printer to adhere to mailing specifications Small glue spot applied to Fine Art Connoisseur cover to hold belly band in place Design must be approved to work with Fine Art Connoisseur cover Centered on magazine with overlap centered 6¨ to 7¨ in height x approx. 18¨ wrap depending on issue’s thickness Must bleed 80# card stock only POSTER.............................. $5,975................. $7,650 Poster opens in magazine on tip-in glue strip 8 pages Flat size 17.25¨ x 21.50¨; folded size 8.5¨ x 10.625¨ Printed by client or Fine Art Connoisseur printer 70# gloss stock only BIND IN CARD.................. $3,500................. $3,900 Postcard type, two-sided Perforated to be taken out of magazine 9¨w x 4.75¨h with 1/8¨ gutter ¨grind¨ Printed by client or Fine Art Connoisseur printer 75# card stock only

Double gatefold ad (8 pages)

Paid Circulation

15,000

Total print

20,000

TIP IN CARD..............................$4,000.......... $4,500 Printed piece on tip-in glue strip From 4¨h x 4¨w to maximum 6¨w x 8¨h Maximum 4 pages Printed by client or Fine Art Connoisseur printer 70# gloss stock only FOLD OUT TAB INSERT..........$5,500.......... $6,650 Display ad on both sides No die cut Bound into magazine Must be spot-glued when folded in 8.75¨w x 10.875¨h when folded in, may be up to 10.75¨ wide Printed by client or Fine Art Connoisseur printer 90# coated stock only GATEFOLD AD (4 Pages)..................................$4,300.......... $5,150 Flat size 17.25¨w x 10.875¨h (not including gutter/head/foot trim) Folded size 8.75¨w x 10.875¨h Printed by client or Fine Art Connoisseur printer 70# gloss stock only DOUBLE GATEFOLD AD (8 Pages)..................................$6,560.......... $8,000 Each panel is 8.75¨w x 10.875¨h Printed by client or Fine Art Connoisseur printer 70# gloss stock only 6 Pg. GATEFOLD COVER........$6,750.......... $8,450 Includes continuation of cover, inside front cover, as well as following 4-page fold in Each panel is 8.75¨w x 10.875¨h Printed by client or Fine Art Connoisseur printer 100# gloss stock only 6-page Gatefold Cover


Digital Advertising Rates and Specifications Reaching your market Reach a growing community of collectors through our targeted online advertising options. With an active audience of readers, FineArtConnoisseur.com is the center of activity for the magazine online and provides the ideal digital venue to showcase specific works of art, highlight exhibitions, and announce upcoming

events. Delivered to nearly 26,000 subscribers each week, Fine Art Today is a weekly e-mail newsletter that covers collecting, events, and trends in the art world as an extension of the magazine, allowing advertisers to highlight artworks, events, and exhibitions.

WEBSITE ADVERTISING: FineArtConnoisseur.com

1 Month 3 Months 6 Months 9 Months Annual

Leaderboard (3 rotating) 728x90

$600

$550

$500

$450

$400

Sidebar 1 (3 rotating) 300x250

$600

$550

$500

$450

$400

Sidebar 2 (3 rotating) 300x250

$500

$450

$400

$350

$300

Sidebar 3 (3 rotating) 300x250

$400

$350

$300

$250

$200

Sidebar 4 (3 rotating) 300x250

$300

$250

$200

$150

$100

Featured Artwork (10 rotating) 700x429

$750

$700

$650

$600

$500

E-MAIL ADVERTISING: Fine Art Today Newsletter Rates Weekly Rate

Weekly Rate

Banner 1 (600x200)

$180

Banner 4B (600x200)

$175

Banner 2 (600x400)

$275

Banner 5 (600x200)

$100

Banner 3 (600x200)

$150

Banner 6 (600x400)

$200

Featured Artwork (600x400)

$275

Banner 6A (600x200)

$150

Banner 4 (600x400)

$225

Banner 6B (600x200)

$150

Banner 4A (600x200)

$175

SPECIFICATIONS • GIF and JPG are acceptable file formats. • Image quality must be 72dpi or larger at 100% scale based on ad size. • All ads are due at least seven business days prior to the posting date. • FineArtConnoisseur.com ads run from the first day through the last day of a calendar month, and Fine Art Today is released weekly on Thursdays.

• Payment in full for each monthly schedule is due on the first Friday of the month following your scheduled start date. • Ads for plein air events will not be accepted for Sidebar 1–3 in FineArtConnoisseur.com or Banner Ads 1–4B in Fine Art Today. • Rates, sizes, and availability subject to change.

Please e-mail completed ads to your Regional Marketing Manager and Digital Ad Manager. If you require production services, please contact your Regional Marketing Manager or Digital Ad Manager.

Sarah Webb

Digital Ad Manager 630.445.9182 or swebb.art@gmail.com

Anne Weiler-Brown Art Division Director, Western 435.772.0504 or facpasales@gmail.com

Violeta de la Serna International, Florida, Northeast 305.215.0923 or vdeserna@gmail.com

Gina Ward Central 920.743.2405 or gwardart@gmail.com Sarah Webb (assistant) 630.445.9182 or swebb.art@gmail.com

Krystal Allen West Coast 541.447.4787 or krystalallen2@gmail.com Tracey Norvell Mid-Atlantic, Southeast 918.519.0141 or tenwriter@gmail.com


Digital Demographics Fine Art Today (weekly e-newsletter) E-Mail List Subscribers

AGE

Delivery Rate

99.8%

25,498 (weekly)

Open Rate

21.32%

Monthly E-Mails Sent

(6-week average)

101,992

40%

of audience has a household income of

$100K+

FineArtConnoisseur.com

Gender

Annual Traffic Page Views

Pages per Visit

Visits

Minutes on Site

541,695 302,801 Unique Visitors

181,405

1.79

5:43


MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR ADVERTISERS SUPPLYING PRESS-READY ADS 2-Page Spread w/Bleed

Full Page w/Bleed

Full Page NO Bleed

2/3 Page V

1/2 Page H

18.5”w x 11.125”h

9.25”w x 11.125”h

8.5”w x 10.375”h

5”w x 9.875”h

7.625”w x 4.875”h

.25 bleed

9.25''w x 11.125''h

Live Area 9''w x 10.875''h

8.5''wx10.375''h

1/2 Page V

1/3 Page V

1/4 Page V

1/6 Page V

3.75”w x 9.875”h

2.46”w x 9.875”h

3.75”w x 4.875”h

2.46”w x 4.875”h

Trim Size: 9”w x 10.875”h, perfect-bound Live area: Text and images must be at least .25” away from trim on all sides so nothing gets cropped when file goes to press. (Applies only to BLEED ads.) Bleed: Please add .25” beyond trim on all sides. (Applies ONLY to full page and spread ads.)

Ads may be produced by Fine Art Connoisseur, per the advertiser’s request. Contact your regional marketing manager for production charges and deadlines. See following page for contact information and ad material guidelines.

FILE PREPARATION: When bleed is required (for full page or spread ads), please provide .25'' beyond the trim area. Include all standard trim, bleed and center marks outside the live image area. PREFERRED DIGITAL FILE FORMAT: PDF/X1a, with high-resolution CMYK ACCEPTABLE FORMATS: .jpg, .tif or .psd RESOLUTION: 300 dpi (All images must be 300 dpi when placed in ad layout.) COLOR MODE: CMYK, 4/C process or grayscale images and all fonts embedded. PRINTING METHOD: Web offset, SWOP standards SWOP PROOFS: Advertiser may order a SWOP proof, supplied by Fine Art Connoisseur, to review the final ad as it will appear in the magazine. Please contact your regional marketing manager to order. AD DELIVERY MODES: • E-mail to your regional marketing manager. • Share file via DropBox, Google Drive, or any other file transfer program • Upload to FTP site Ftp.pubpress.com user: stream password: boynton9 Please alert your regional marketing manager with file name when uploading file to FTP site.


GUIDELINES FOR ADVERTISERS SUBMITTING AD MATERIALS TO BE PRODUCED BY FINE ART Connoisseur It is not required, but it’s always helpful to have an example or a mockup of an ad. AD MATERIAL DELIVERY MODES: • E-mail to your regional marketing manager • Share file via DropBox, Google Drive, or any other file transfer program • Upload to our FTP site Ftp.pubpress.com user: stream password: boynton9 Please alert your regional marketing manager with file names when uploading files to FTP site. IMAGES & LOGOS: Supply high-resolution images — JPEG or TIFF in CMYK mode, at least 300 dpi, large enough to print at 100%. For example: If you have a full-page ad, please make sure the image is large enough to fill the page at 100%. TEXT/COPY: Ad copy must be provided in an editable format in either a Word document or in the body of an e-mail (preferred). PLEASE INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING: • Title, size, medium of artwork • Contact information • Any additional copy you would like to include in your ad. FONTS: If advertiser has specific fonts to use in ad, please provide font file or name of font. We will do our best to match as closely as possible if we do not have the specific font. COLOR: If advertiser has specific color preferences, please provide a visual reference or CMYK percentages of color. APPROVAL PROCESS: Fine Art Connoisseur will send a pdf proof for approval. Each advertiser receives TWO complimentary rounds of PDF proofs. Production charges will be applied after two rounds of revisions (unless it’s an error made by Fine Art Connoisseur ). SWOP PROOFS: Advertiser may order a SWOP proof, supplied by Fine Art Connoisseur, to review the final ad as it would appear in the magazine. Please contact your regional marketing manager for SWOP orders.

regional marketing managers Anne Weiler-Brown Art Division Director, Western 435.772.0504 or facpasales@gmail.com Violeta de la Serna International, Florida, Northeast 305.215.0923 or vdeserna@gmail.com

Gina Ward Central 920.743.2405 or gwardart@gmail.com Sarah Webb (assistant) 630.445.9182 or swebb.art@gmail.com

Krystal Allen West Coast 541.447.4787 or krystalallen2@gmail.com Tracey Norvell Mid-Atlantic, Southeast 918.519.0141 or tenwriter@gmail.com


Regional Map Your Marketing Team Anne Weiler-Brown Art Division Director 435.772.0504 facpasales@gmail.com

Richard Lindenberg

National Sales Manager, Suppliers 415.234.6743 richlindenberg@gmail.com

Yvonne Van Wechel

National Marketing Manager 602.810.3518 yvonnevanwechel@gmail.com

Faith Frykman

Data Control Manager 920.559.0685 faithmarian1@gmail.com

Sarah Webb

Digital Ad Manager 630.445.9182 swebb.art@gmail.com

REGIONAL MARKETING MANAGERS

Krystal Allen

Anne Weiler-Brown

Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, British Columbia

Idaho, Montana, Utah, Wyoming, Alberta, Saskatchewan

West Coast 541.447.4787 krystalallen2@gmail.com

Western 435.772.0504 zionartist@gmail.com

Gina Ward

Central 920.743.2405 gwardart@gmail.com

Violeta de la Serna

International, Florida, Northeast 305.215.0923 vdeserna@gmail.com

Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Connecticut, Florida, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Maine, Massachusetts, New North Dakota, Ohio, South Hampshire, New York, Rhode Dakota, Texas, Wisconsin, Island,Vermont, Labrador, New Ontario, Manitoba Brunswick, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Quebec Sarah Webb Central Region Assistant 630.445.9182 swebb.art@gmail.com

Tracey Norvell

Mid-Atlantic, Southeast 918.519.0141 tenwriter@gmail.com Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee,Virginia, Washington, D.C., West Virginia


We Invite You to Advertise and Reach Our Exclusive Audience.

Our professional marketing consultants can assist you in developing a customized solution to help you reach your goals. REGIONAL MARKETING MANAGERS

ART DIVISION SUPPORT TEAM

Anne Weiler-Brown Art Division Director, Western 435.772.0504 or facpasales@gmail.com

Yvonne Van Wechel National Marketing Manager 602.810.3518 or yvonnevanwechel@gmail.com

Richard Lindenberg National Sales Manager, Suppliers 415.234.6743 or richlindenberg@gmail.com Gina Ward Central 920.743.2405 or gwardart@gmail.com Sarah Webb (assistant) 630.445.9182 or swebb.art@gmail.com

Sarah Webb Digital Ad Manager 630.445.9182 or swebb.art@gmail.com Faith Frykman Data Control Manager 920.559.0685 or faithmarian1@gmail.com

Violeta de la Serna International, Florida, Northeast 305.215.0923 or vdeserna@gmail.com Krystal Allen West Coast 541.447.4787 or krystalallen2@gmail.com

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Tracey Norvell Mid-Atlantic, Southeast 918.519.0141 or tenwriter@gmail.com

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