Jill Lehman is the founder and managing consultant at High Frequency Arts (HFA) located inside the Hub & Spoke building. Her goal of founding High Frequency Arts is simple, she wants Fishers residents and businesses to have more exposure and access to art by providing a full array of products and services to consume art.
The idea of purchasing art can be overwhelming, and Jill wants to help make it accessible to all whether you are new to purchasing artwork or consider yourself a seasoned collector. HFA is there to help find or design perfect artwork or other artisan-made interior items, for your home, business or gift-giving.
“There are individuals that have told me they tend to avoid shopping at a gallery because it intimidates them or they assume it’s pricey and less expensive to work directly with artists,” Lehman said.
“At HFA we work with artisans to ensure consistent pricing in the market and unlike traditional galleries or mass retailers ensure they receive the majority of the sales proceeds on consigned works. Our business is about consumer accessibility, being a good community partner, and providing local and regional artisans not only a place but a trusted partner helping them to market and sell their work. We steer away from using the word “gallery” or “collector” because we want individuals and businesses to be art consumers and we want them to be comfortable to consume art and meet where their individual needs and budget are.”
“While we have ‘art’ in our name, and host gallery-style exhibitions we are so much more,” Lehman said. “Think of us as an open to the public boutique and an interior design firm, but we focus on art and artisan-made accessories.”
High Frequency Arts is participating in the citywide Shop Fishers celebration from November 28 through December 31. Take advantage of a complimentary 40-minute consultation and/or receive 10% off the entire store and art gallery with a $100+ purchase online, curbside, or by visiting their studio and storefront (use promo code HOLIDAY10).
Favorite Local Restaurant: C.R. Heroes
Fishers Park: Brooks School Park. When my kids were younger, we’d go here. There are lots of fun things to do and stuff for kids to climb.
Favorite Local Business: Gratitude Boutique. I love to pick up little gifts from there.
Favorite Way to Spend a Saturday: It’s different depending on the season. This time of the year, it would have to be watching college football, that’s my favorite fall activity!