Art Services Network, the place where all the leading art professionals come together to ensure the proper care of art, has announced that the Saulaman Schlegel has joined the network. Saulaman is the 200th professional to join Preparator Network.
“We are proud to announce that we have onboard Saulaman Schlegel as our 200th PrepNet professional,” says Kevin Dunn, the COO of Art Services Network. We are excited to have someone as experienced as Saulaman working for us. He’s slated to start work at the Olympics Museums complex in Colorado Springs this spring.”
Saulaman Schlegel is a Preparator Network professional of immense repute and a leading Prep Net service provider. He has his roots in Minneapolis, Des Moines, Chicago, and San Francisco and was working as an intern at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice, Italy from where he has just returned to join the Art Services Network.
Saulaman Schlegel too is keen to start work on the project at the Art Services Network.
“I am excited to be working with the Networks of ASN,” says the museum specialist. “Their registry of art service professionals is benefiting both service providers and their clients. It is what the industry has needed for some time.”
Art Services Network is the parent company of Art Installer Network (AIN), Art Handler Network AHN) and Preparatory Network (PrepNet). These sites maintain and update the national databases of independent art providers. The Network was founded by the main designer of the network, Scott Solda with the aim of providing smooth access to art providers and service providers.
The Art Installer Network (AIN) was created in 2015 with a special IRS designation and helped do away with payroll expenses. The amazing success that AIN enjoyed led to the designing and launch of the Preparator Network and the Art Handler Network.
The Preparator Network is an expansive local database of preparators and helps connect clients to the best museum professionals. The platform accepts the responsibility of paying the deposits of preparators, organizing the travel and lodging needs, and making advance payments before the preparators get their payment from the clients.
The Art Handler Network is the national registry of local art handlers and helps clients by introducing clients to prominent professionals. Clients can order services from the Art Handler Network website. Notifications of a pending job are sent to those handlers located near to the site and connected with the clients for getting approved.
All these sites maintain databases of independent art service providers who have standardized their prices in order to receive leads generated by the pricing programs found on those respective sites.
Prep Net professionals, as well as other service providers, can visit http://ArtServices.Network for more information.
About Art Services Network:
Art Services Network is the business entity that has been designed and launched as the parent firm of Art Installer Network and Preparatory Network. The network has been designed to provide seamless access to art providers and service providers.