About Us

SELL.  CREATE.  FIND.  MANAGE.

WHO IS HIGH FREQUENCY ARTS?

High Frequency Arts is a Fishers-based, women-owned business. We are an art consulting firm that specializes in finding the right piece for the right person that will make the biggest impact on their space. We use our expertise in connecting with people and the community along with art, design, and project management to connect artists and clients. Our goal is to create an environment for our clients where utilizing artwork is more than decor, it’s a strategy to engage people and start conversations. Procuring artwork is a personal and gratifying experience, and each purchase builds artists’ careers and grows the art community.

Art procurement can seem like an overwhelming process to review and select artwork, secure pieces, arrange delivery, and complete the installation process. Instead, finding artwork should be fun, stress-free and hassle-free. This is where High Frequency Arts comes in. Let us partner with you, your space planner, interior designer, and/or office manager to visit your space, understand your goals, then prepare a customized portfolio that is designed to match your needs. You sit back and enjoy your collection!

OUR TEAM

High Frequency Arts brings a team filled with unique experiences and personal commitment to quality and service.

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Jill Lehman
Owner & Consultant

Jill Lehman is an art collector and business leader with a background in real estate management, field operations, corporate purchasing, consulting, people and organizational development.  Her roles have taken her from the front-line operations to strategy in the C-Suite.

As a Chief People Officer Jill has led people, culture and physical workplace environment strategies that have been recognized as Best Places to Work.  She has been named an Indiana Chamber HR Professional of the Year and received a national Stevie Award for Female Executive of the Year. 

Jill has an entrepreneur mindset and is the owner and lead consultant at High Frequency Arts.  High Frequency Arts started at her dinning room table with a handful of clients and a passion to create a service oriented firm designed to introduce more individuals and businesses to the strategic value artwork can bring to homes, businesses and workplaces.   Jill’s ability to connect people and strategy to artwork and value is unparalleled in the marketplace.

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Julie Zimmer
Design Specialist

Julie Zimmer leads the business development efforts and interior design concierge program at HFA. With a background in art and design consulting, Julie brings experience and knowledge of diversified style and design trends, portfolio development and project management. From helping individual art collectors select the right pieces, to meeting with architects, designers, and developers for large commercial projects, Julie will make certain artwork is curated and delivered within specified budgets and timelines.  In her spare time Julie enjoys gardening, travel, and painting. Her artwork is available at HFA.

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Kailyn Felts
Project Coordinator

Kailyn Felts is an art, animal and outdoor lover.  She attended Herron School of Art and Design where she obtained a bachelor’s degree in fine art with an emphasis in printmaking.  While attending Herron School or Art and Design, Kailyn worked at the Indianapolis Museum of Art as a gallery guide.   Kailyn also worked with nationally known artist, Walter Knabe as his screen printing assistant.  These two jobs have led Kailyn in a direction to want to work in art consulting and be a part of sharing art with a broader audience and creating beautiful spaces. 

Rebecca Battiato
Rebecca Battiato
Project Assistant

Rebecca is an artist, educator and creative problem-solver.  She graduated from Marian University with a bachelor’s degree in fine art with a concentration in art therapy and minor in psychology.  Her experience takes her from working and volunteering within the medical and social services fields as an art therapist to elementary education as an instructional assistant in the resource department for students with special needs.   Rebecca also runs her own photography business and worked at the Herron School of Art and Design gallery assisting with artist exhibitions, installations and guest services.