Creating meaningful visual experiences that enhance environments using visual arts and displays.
What We Do
We are an art and visual display consultation, curation, project management, custom design, art sales, and sourcing firm, storefront, and gallery located in Fishers, Indiana. We work with collectors, designers, homeowners, and corporate buyers in healthcare, hospitality, and education that brings a combination of people-oriented, mission-minded
services paired with a network of local to national artists, and other creative small businesses to create engaging spaces utilizing artwork and other visual displays.
In addition to our mission, we collaborate with a broad network of professional and emerging professional artists helping them earn the visibility, fans, and careers they deserve, while at the same time offering clients a blue ocean of options based on their goals, style, and budget.
In addition to our services, HFA believes art thrives when we all work together, find ways to give back and be a part of our local art and business community. We take on various curatorial projects as well as other arts-related projects that promote the
arts and support artists and a variety of not for profit organizations. We hold board positions, volunteer, donate, sponsor, curate, and attended events and art exhibitions in support of several non-profit institutions focused on the arts, education, mentoring, leadership, and supporting women in business. HFA Founder, Jill Lehman, shares her expertise and furthers our mission through private consultation, speaking engagements, podcasts, contributing to publications, and serving as a juror and judge evaluating art for exhibits & grant funding.
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Founder & Managing Consultant
Jill believes the visual arts are an underutilized and powerful asset to our individual growth and within our homes, organizations and communities.
An art collector, creative, and human resources executive with a background leading global to local people, culture, and physical work environment strategy and transformation initiatives with an appreciation for the value of people, art, and design. Her work has transformed physical spaces and cultures into vibrant, engaging, and purpose-driven multi-year Best Places to Work and Five Star wellness workplaces.
Jill has been recognized as an Indiana Chamber HR Professional of the Year and a Stevie award recipient for Female Executive of the Year and as a community art supporter and evangelist. She is a graduate of Purdue University and active Boilermaker alumni and fan.
Jill serves on a variety of boards and supports endeavors focused on mentoring and development, education, community leadership, art programming, and supporting women in business and technology.
Jill’s mission in creating High Frequency Arts was to cure us of common decor strategies or empty walls and instead use art to help people, organizations, and communities thrive.
Rebecca is an artist, professional photographer, educator, and creative problem-solver.
With gallery experience and a bachelor’s degree in fine art with a concentration in art therapy and a minor in psychology, Rebecca has taken her artistic nature and education into a career working in art therapy and educational programs within social services, healthcare setting, and special education environments.
Rebecca joined High Frequency Arts because she believes in the mission and wants others to experience the renewal of energy, positive outcomes, and powerful healing through engagement with art.
Kailyn is an artist, designer and music lover who enjoys mixing nostalgia of the past with modern elements to define her personal style.
With a bachelor’s degree in fine art and printmaking from Herron School of Art and Design, her experience as a gallery guide at the Indianapolis Museum of Art and apprenticeship with nationally known artist, Walter Knabe, she loves to be immersed in the energy, diversity, and beauty that surrounds art.
Kailyn joined High Frequency Arts because the mission personally spoke to her and she enjoys seeing others experience the joy and natural beauty they discover with art.