We’re Consultants.


anyone can sell you art.

we create experiences.

It doesn’t matter how you’ve acquired art for projects in the past. The important thing is, you know that art has value, right? Art even pays for itself (just ask us, we can show you the research). But why consider an art consulting and curating firm?
As curators, we find incredibly talented artists who create the perfect art for your space. As consultants, we’re your partners in creating an experience that connects your audience to your brand story. We believe art should engage. Art should provoke thought and dialogue. Art should create moments of discovery. And most of all, art should help turn your space into a one-of-a-kind experience.
  • Great art collections inspire interaction and dialogue. we also think interaction and dialogue inspire great art collections.

    so let’s talk
  • We approach every project, of every size and scope, with the same four steps. because our one process ensures one-of-a-kind experiences.

    see how we work

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We love to talk about great art. We do it every day. But you know what we love even more? Finding great art. Using our experience and perception to curate imaginative collections. And connecting people to those collections to experience our clients’ visions.

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Our vision for an art consulting firm was to build a company that not only curates inspirational art experiences, but also serves as an advocate for both art and artists. We wanted to prove that you can grow a successful, for-profit arts sector business while displaying non-profit, mission-based values.

Today, that vision is not only intact, it’s thriving.

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Let us introduce ourselves



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As a formally trained artist, self-taught business woman, and lifelong entrepreneur, NINE dot ARTS CEO Martha Weidmann aims to be a mentor and champion for aspiring artists and business leaders alike. Martha and Co-founder Molly Casey formed NINE dot ARTS in 2009 with the vision of building a forward-thinking art consulting company that both curates incredible art experiences and advocates for art and artists. Since then, the firm has completed over 800 commercial real estate projects across 35 states and five countries, generating over $40M in revenue for the creative economy. Currently, their artist app, Dotfolio, features over 10,000 artists from around the world.

Molly Casey

chief curator & co-founder

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We like to think that Molly is a pretty rare bird. In fact, her middle name is Bird, and that’s pretty rare. But it’s her ability to walk into a space and see it transform in her mind into an amazing art experience that truly makes her unique. As Martha’s partner and Co-Founder of NINE dot ARTS, Molly works as Chief Curator, overseeing our NINE dot ARTS curatorial teams and basically being Chief Vision Officer for all client engagements. Molly loves art for two primary reasons: it makes the world a little more sane and it tells the story of humankind throughout history, which she says is pretty cool. She chose art consulting because it feeds her need to work with art and artists and allows her to be an advocate for both, while adding her own artistic vision along the way. After living in Paris as a teen to further her appreciation of art and tiny cups of coffee, Molly enrolled at UC Santa Cruz (Go Banana Slugs!) but soon hightailed it back to her native Colorado home to finish her Sculpture degree at CU Denver. When she’s not overseeing the curation of awe-inspiring art experiences or huddling with Martha to blaze new trails for our company, she’s taking care of her two kiddos, gardening, eating sushi, or doing outdoorsy Colorado things that don’t include riding a bike (she hates those things). Her rather surprising favorite color, or lack thereof, is black. Works for us, because we know to trust her artistic instincts.   Molly supports the art community by: providing pro bono artist portfolio tutorials and serving as a guest juror for Open Studios at the University of Colorado at Denver and Boulder, being a Board member for Think 360 Arts for Learning, volunteering as a guest presenter at Boulder Art Association, and being a guest presenter and volunteer annual photo reviewer for Colorado Photographic Arts Center (CPAC).  

Adele Grundies

Chief Operating Officer

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What does a COO do? Workflow improvements, project analysis and capacity planning, technology/systems integration, client budget management and tracking, financial projections, troubleshooting, and team coaching. And that’s just Monday.   When your company is entering into its tenth year in business, it’s time to bring in someone to make things run smoother and help our team deliver our work more efficiently. So, we went out and found Adele. Now, our only regret is that we wish we would have found her a lot sooner! Adele is a veteran of the education non-profit consulting world, where she managed teams of both client service and technology staff and worked with clients around the country to deliver operational solutions. She sees the big picture, but loves digging into the details. She thinks problems are just challenges begging for a solution. And she’s equally as comfortable looking at numbers and charts on a dashboard as she is talking about art with a client over coffee. Left brain. Right brain. She brings both sides to her job every day.   Adele endures a grueling commute to our office from one (1) block away, where she lives with her family and teaches her three-year-old daughter lyrics to Queen songs. That makes sense because Operations is no bed of roses, no pleasure cruise. It’s a challenge before the whole human race. But with Adele, we ain’t gonna lose.   Adele supports the arts community by being a member of Denver Art Museum and the Museum of Contemporary Art, visiting cool new installations around town, and attending the Sundance Film Festival every year.

Casie Cook

Chief Financial Officer

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In our fast-growing company, you could say that running the financial operations requires the ability to wear a lot of hats. But really, it’s more like you must star in a variety of roles in our ongoing financial theater production. So, when Casie told us she had once dressed up as an ATM and walked around downtown to promote her bank employer, we knew we had found the right person with the right mindset to run our financial show.   Five-star ATM performances aside, Casie brings an incredibly impressive career profile to NINE dot ARTS. She developed creativity and flexibility handling accounting for small businesses. She has worked in corporate tax strategy. She has held numerous management level roles within large banking organizations. She has worked on client consulting teams uncovering financial problems and providing smart solutions. And she’s managed financial and accounting systems in a national restaurant company, dealing with millions of customer transactions. She knows how to uncover the most important insights buried in a pile of numbers and she knows how to implement the systems necessary to have all those numbers and insights at her fingertips, ready to be analyzed and maximized.   But there’s a different side of the NINE dot ARTS finances that really appeals to Casie. It’s the financial side of what we do for artists. “I love the idea of working at a successful and growing business that delivers amazing work for clients, but also connects artists with tangible sources of income. That’s a really cool business model.” Well said. Take a bow, Casie. You’re on center stage and your performance is getting rave reviews.   Casie supports the art community by exposing her son to local art and music, such as trips to various museums, or attending family-friendly outdoor concerts. Because she feels “an investment in the next generation’s appreciation of art is bound to pay dividends!”

Scott Heimes

Chief Revenue Officer

Curatorial team

Denise Joseph


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Q: When you’ve been delivering brand communications and outstanding client service in the ad agency business for 15 years and have a passion for art, how do you take your career in a cool new direction? A: Become a Curator at the nation’s fastest growing art consulting and curating firm so you can lead client projects and deliver work with cultural value and meaning (sorry ad agencies, we win in that category).   We found Denise in Chicago, longing for not only a change in her career, but also a change of address. And we were more than happy to help her with both. With her roots in marketing and client service, combined with her Master’s degree in Art History, Theory and Criticism from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), Denise provides a very unique perspective for our clients. She feels strongly that there is magic to be made when art and marketing are brought together with thoughtful planning and a keen eye for the visual expression of business goals. We love that, because we agree with her that marketing and art are both part of the same story that communicates a vision, a purpose, and a brand. When Denise isn’t working at the crossroads of art and business, you might find her at a remote crossroads somewhere in a foreign land. She’s traveled to 25 countries on 4 continents and is busy making plans for more. It’s that kind of passion for exploring new territory and experiencing diverse cultures that makes Denise a natural curator. We’re thrilled that her explorations landed her on our team.   Denise supports the art community by purchasing art from local artists when traveling, curating exhibitions based on trends she has observed, managing an Instagram account that increases visibility for artists, and being a member and volunteer panel speaker for CAA (College Art Association).

Grant Adams


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Grant Adams serves as a senior member of our curating team and overall key client guy. He oversees projects for healthcare, multi-family residential, and hospitality clients and delivers great art experiences that have brought many of his clients back over the years to collaborate on several more projects. He joined NINE dot ARTS in 2011 after earning an MFA in Arts Administration from Southern Utah University and a Bachelor of Arts from Brigham Young University in Communications Marketing. He loves art consulting and also creates his own art in his spare time. Coming from a musical family, Grant plays a wide variety of instruments. He’s also known to eat ridiculous amounts of gummy candies, which is an art all its own.

Hannah Penny

associate curator

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You might call Hannah our resident nomad. She has traveled around the U.S., sampling different places to live like some people sample ice cream flavors before committing to their cone. But if you were to ask her where she’s from she would say New York, so we’ll go with that. Graduating from the Art Academy of Cincinnati in 2011 with a Bachelors in Fine Arts Painting and a Minor in Art History, Hannah interned at the Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center in Covington, KY as the assistant to the Gallery Director. Upon arriving in Denver in 2017 to sample the flavor of Colorado, Hannah found NINE dot ARTS through an artist friend and has never looked back. She has quickly become an art consulting superstar in her role as Associate Curator, taking clients through projects like an expert tour guide. Hannah loves working in the art business because she’s able to use her creativity and passion for art on a daily basis, while collaborating with artists to share their talents with people who might not normally encounter their work. It’s obvious she loves art because she recently graduated from the Leadership Arts program provided by the CBCA. It’s a really cool, nine-month program that “equips and inspires professionals to be effective nonprofit board members and arts advocates.” It’s the only program of its kind in the region focused on arts and culture and it’s an honor to be accepted. Way to go, Hannah! Outside of the office, she occasionally paints abstract oil paintings, loves to cook, attends lots of live music around town, and is the proud mom of Rose the Adorable Dog.   Hannah supports the art community by: being a member at the MCA, going to art openings, buying local art for her own (very small) personal collection, and visiting the studios of artists to learn about their art and provide advice.

Valeria Serrano Vélez

Associate Curator

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Valeria (Va-lɛ-di-a), originally from Medellín, Colombia, earned her MA in Art History from CU Boulder, where she specialized in contemporary Latin American Art and was a Teaching Assistant for World Art History classes. Prior to moving to Colorado, Valeria studied German while living and working in Munich, and worked in both Curatorial and Education Departments at the Georgia Museum of Art. Valeria began her work at NINE dot ARTS as the Gallery Manager for Union Hall, and continues to expand her curatorial ability. When Valeria isn’t creating amazing art collections you might find her rock climbing, caring for her indoor houseplant jungle, hanging out with her cat Coco (who is 85% dog), or cooking Palestinian food. Valeria’s favorite part of working in the art world is elevating and creating a platform for underrepresented voices. Her passion in the art world is curating shows featuring Latinx artists who work with themes of social or environmental justice and/or decolonization.

Arian Hornsby

Associate Curator

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Arian is our first Atlanta-based Associate Curator who brings with her over 10 years of experience in the art and design world. She graduated in 2013 with a BA in Studio Arts, where classes in graphic design, book making, life drawing, and oil and acrylic painting informed her professional career working as a painting instructor, virtual interior designer, gallery associate, and art consultant. In addition to curating exceptional art experiences for our clients, Arian creates original acrylic on canvas artworks, indoor murals, and tiny art (check her out here!). She also enjoys documenting the artistic process to inform and inspire others to create unique works of their own. Arian’s curating interests include merging modern elements with traditional art and design techniques for a fresh and engaging contrast. Arian believes art and expression are important aspects of the human experience, each helping us to understand and appreciate our differences in pursuit of a more united and fulfilled world for all. Born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, Arian has spent her life living, working, learning, and creating within 25 square miles of her hometown. While she loves Atlanta, she also enjoys traveling to experience new cultures, foods, and artists. In fact, she makes it a point to visit a new gallery or museum every time she leaves Georgia. Outside of curating and making her own artwork, Arian enjoys being with her cat, Nacho Mama, as well as reading, biking, movie watching, people watching, beach bumming, and daydreaming. We are thrilled to have her on our team, bringing such dreams to life for our clients through the power of original art.

Aneesah Ettress

Studio Associate

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As a native of the San Gabriel Valley (not THE VALLEY) in California, Aneesah grew up visiting the Norton Simon Museum, attending art camp at Descanso Gardens, and listening to her mom quote Marianne Williamson. She developed her love of art and spirituality at an early age. She went on to study both subjects with a BA in Religious Studies / Art History from Occidental College and recently completed an M.Div. in Religion and Visual Culture from The University of Chicago. She deeply believes that art is at work to transform us; it is no wonder that she became part of the NINE dot Arts team where we demonstrate transforming ordinary spaces into one-of-a-kind experiences. She brings her in-depth research skills, love of communication, and commitment to the arts in her role as Studio Associate for NINE dot ARTS.   When she isn’t supporting the Studio Team, Aneesah enjoys writing poetry, taking 360 video renderings of European churches, and napping with her dog Duke. On occasion, she moonlights as a minister in the Christian Church Disciples of Christ by leading Art Attunement sessions, a contemplative art engagement method that she developed in graduate school.

Erin Bowman

Studio Associate

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Pop quiz: What do you get when you take someone who has five brothers and sisters, grew up playing sports, and was exposed to art at a young age by visiting museums such as Tate Modern, Uffizi Gallery, and MOMA? We’ll tell you what you get: a fearless, jump-in-and-get-things-done, reliable teammate who loves art and being around others who enjoy it as much as she does.   Erin is the newest member of our team, but you wouldn’t know that by watching her around our office. Before we could even say “Welcome to the team!” she was helping with everything from client art installations, to shipping logistics, to upgrading the snacks in the office (the importance of which cannot be overstated). She moves quickly and effortlessly between it all and smiles all the way. But this is one Office Manager who comes with some art skills. Erin attended the University of St. Andrews in Scotland where she not only played on the first women’s football team, but also scored her Master’s degree in Museum and Gallery Studies. After a couple of stops at Clyfford Still Museum and Hudson Gardens in the Denver area, she landed on our team where she creates order out of chaos and gets to witness “art’s transformative power of both the viewer’s psyche and the space it inhabits.” Well said, Erin. We’re glad you’re inhabiting our space.   Erin supports the local arts community by volunteering with Denver Film, being a loyal member of Clyfford Still Museum, and attending lots of gallery openings and museum exhibitions.

Art Acquisition

Stephanie Moore

Senior Project Manager

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Stephanie joins NINE dot ARTS with 13 years of project management experience in the development and construction industry, including several years as a commercial property manager. In addition to being an owner’s representative for the construction of multi-family and office buildings, Stephanie has opened three restaurants for  a developer and has worked for a commercial general contractor and a commercial playground firm. The common thread throughout her career has been her passion for making things work. According to Stephanie, no matter the system, process, or problem – there’s always a solution! So, you can imagine our delight when Stephanie became our Senior Project Manager, overseeing everything from sourcing suppliers to project budgeting and reporting. But what made us really excited was Stephanie’s unique background in the arts, which she claims has been her secret weapon in several positions. Though it may not have led to a studio or teaching role, Stephanie’s degree in fine arts gave her a nuanced approach to problem solving and creative thinking, making her an excellent arts administrator and project manager.  Outside her home office in Charlotte, North Carolina, Stephanie enjoys hiking nearby mountains and beaches. She also reclaimed an old hobby during the pandemic and has since become an avid “mini-maker,” creating all sorts of miniature pieces for dollhouses. (Check her out on Instagram @shelter_dollhouse if you’re interested!) Stephanie supports the arts community by visiting galleries (and trying very hard not to touch the art) and continuously adding to her vibrant local pottery collection.

Lauren Donald

Project Manager

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Curating the perfect art piece or discovering an artist you’ve never seen before can be a little like working on an archeological dig. Good thing that Lauren, our Acquisitions Manager, has done just that. She studied abroad and worked on an archeological field study in Greece and excavated for artifacts at the ancient city of Sikyon. She now applies her Indiana Jones-like skills to transform ordinary spaces into one-of-a-kind art experiences. Lauren is a proud graduate of the University of Colorado, Boulder (Go Buffs!) with a degree in Classical Studies and minors in Business and Art History. In addition to Greece, she also studied international business in China. Her career began at the Denver Art Museum, where she helped make their studio and artist programs run as smooth as glazed ceramic. Lauren enjoys working in the art industry because she loves helping artists expand their practice, gain recognition, while getting fairly compensated. Originally from Denver, Lauren is currently living in Chicago, IL. She supports the art community by being a member of the American Alliance of Museums, Denver Art Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, and Museum of Nature and Science. She also attends art openings and happenings to support local artists.

India Stevens

Project Manager

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It was love that brought India from Atlanta to Denver–and we’re glad she made that move! This Georgia State University graduate adapted skills honed in an Event and Meeting Management career to benefit the NINE dot ARTS’ Acquisitions team where her organization and systems management shines. She enjoys working in the arts because of the varied stories and experiences that artwork brings to different types of people. A perfect day for India might include candle making, Vinyasa yoga, preparing her famous parmesan-encrusted salmon with her fiancé, petting her Great Dane (left-handedly), or wondering if she’ll ever enjoy anything as fabulous as Cami’s chocolate cake. (Which is an admittedly unusual thought for a person who doesn’t like chocolate!)      

Samantha Stamps-Ten Hoeve

art logistics coordinator

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As our Art Logistics Coordinator, Samantha is an expert in handling artwork with the utmost care and diligence, always exceeding project expectations and keeping a keen eye for quality. With advanced degrees in art history and certificates in competent communication and leadership arts, her work ethic and drive are no surprise. Samantha’s studies focused on contemporary Middle Eastern art, and she hopes to one day travel to that region to see The Dome of the Rock and Hagia Sophia, to which her co-workers say “That’s great! What are those?”  Samantha supports the arts community by attending art exhibits and sharing them widely with her colleagues and community. In the past, she has also interned and volunteered at local arts organizations including Museo de las Americas and the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.


Raquel Mideau

Director of Marketing

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They say advertising is a mix of art and science, a Yin-Yang profession where teams of creative minds take hard business data and market insights and transform them into ideas that must break through and resonate with diverse audiences.   After spending the last decade+ as an account director for a boutique marketing firm and serving clients around the globe, Raquel Mideau is the embodiment of that. The agency life gave Raquel the chance to team with a colorful collection of artists and writers as they helped solve all types of business challenges from Georgia to Germany. It also helped hone her command of the modern marketing tactics and classic marketing principles she’s using to bring our mission to more companies that love and value art’s impact the way we do. For Raquel, her role as Marketing Manager at NINE dot ARTS delivers a professional symmetry she can’t resist – she’s someone who’s always loved the art of marketing, and now, gets to love the marketing of art.   A first generation American born in New Jersey to a pair of proud and brave Dominican parents, Raquel has made Atlanta her home for most of her adult life. She, her husband, and young son actively enjoy and support the city’s vibrant progressivism – but, she grew up and graduated from college in Florida, so the beach is her true love and where she goes to refuel her spirit.

Olivia Dahlquist

Content Manager

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Olivia joined the NINE dot ARTS team in 2021 as the new Content Manager. She creates cohesive storytelling materials across a range of platforms to raise NINE dot ARTS’ brand awareness and share the social impact of our award-winning curatorial work.  Olivia comes to us with degrees in Community and Nonprofit Leadership, Global Health, and Gender and Women’s Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She also has a Masters of Arts-Business in Art and Creative Enterprise Leadership from the Bolz Center for Arts Administration in the UW School of Business. Prior to joining NINE dot ARTS, Olivia served as the Assistant Director of the UW-Madison 4W Initiative, an effort to advance women and wellbeing in Wisconsin and the world. In addition to overseeing 4W’s marketing efforts, Olivia provided programmatic leadership and administrative support to several arts oriented, research-to-action programs that address gender equity and wellbeing. With skills in marketing and communications, nonprofit management, arts administration, and program and event planning, Olivia has a breadth of knowledge that she is eager to contribute to our growing firm. As the daughter of an artist and a marketer, Olivia has a natural affinity for art and storytelling, and is passionate about purpose-driven work that leverages the arts for social change. Olivia looks forward to putting her passion and skills to work to demonstrate why the art and business sectors need each other: to create community, strengthen our economy, and build connections across differences.  Olivia supports the Denver arts community by attending art and entrepreneurial events of all kinds and amplifying artists’ work on social media. Outside the office, you can find her hiking, park lounging, trying new restaurants, and dog sitting for anyone she possibly can.

Natalie Greenberg

communication designer

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Natalie is a Denver native and was raised in the local art scene, so it was destiny that she ended up at NINE dot ARTS. Natalie joined our team in 2017 as a Studio Assistant, initially helping with art installations and related tasks, but quickly moved into a role that put her graphic design skills to work as she helped the client teams with digital content and presentations. Now she has solidified her role on our marketing team and is helping to create a well-defined brand design style for NINE dot ARTS in both online and offline channels. Natalie loves working in the art industry because, more than anything, she takes satisfaction in helping to get recognition for those who produce exceptional work. As impressive as her design skills can be, she can be equally impressive with her technology troubleshooting knowledge and mental library of random, helpful “life hacks.” Away from the office, you might find her making handmade leather accessories at Animal Handmade, playing her latest favorite game, or reading fantasy novels outside…but with long sleeves and under an umbrella.  

Client Engagement

Mary Gangel

Client Success Specialist

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As Client Success Specialist, Mary works with our clients and partners across the country to share the social and financial impact of our award-winning curatorial projects. With an academic background in anthropology, museum studies, and art history, she is a natural at demonstrating the power of art and culture in transforming the built environment, and she enjoys helping our clients create meaningful, localized community impacts through their art collections. Mary joins NINE dot ARTS with 10 years of experience in marketing and communications for both luxury and service brands. From nurturing the luxury client experience at Hyde Park Jewelers to supporting research, advocacy, and policy making for The Kempe Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Abuse and Neglect, Mary is well-versed in working with a range of professionals to produce successful outcomes. Mary looks forward to bringing her passion and expertise to NINE dot ARTS by helping our clients yield the most value from our services. Outside the office, Mary can be found teaching yoga, curled up with a good book, or enjoying an adventure with her Bernese Mountain Dog, Oliver.

Office & Accounting

Riana Casas

Office Manager

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Riana joined NINE dot ARTS in 2021 as our Office Manager and a lifelong artist and arts advocate. She graduated from the College of Saint Rose in her home state of New York with a BFA in Painting and Printmaking and a minor in Psychology. Since then, her creative and professional pursuits have been fueled by an interest in the therapeutic benefits of art and art making.  Riana has worked in visitor services and educational programming in various museum settings across the country, including for New York’s Dia Beacon Museum and the Museum of Metropolitan Arts, as well as Florida’s Wolfsonian-FIU anthropological museum, the Perez Art Museum Miami, Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, and the Institute of Contemporary Art Miami. She also helped launch and grow Bad Juju in Miami, a hospitality start-up that taught her the ins and outs of business and entrepreneurship.  Upon moving to Denver, Riana worked for the Mental Health Center of Denver and the creative workspace Upstairs Circus, feeding her passions for therapy and art. She was also the office manager and culture crusader of TURNER, a Denver-originated PR firm. Riana supports the Denver art community by being teaching artist for the Art Garage in Park Hill, serving the community through watercolor, embroidery, and printmaking classes for adults and teens. Her work can also be found around our Denver office, where she spreads joy and belonging through her watercolor birthday cards, company-wide painting activities, and more. NINE dot ARTS is fortunate to benefit from Riana’s rich career path, and to learn from her many talents in art, business, and creative advocacy. 

Nich Bailey

Senior Accountant

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A Colorado native, Nich graduated from CU-Boulder with a BS/MS in Accounting and an appreciation for art and entrepreneurship. Nich has ten years of experience in public accounting, including working at a Big Four firm and starting his own. But Nich’s professional experience goes well beyond just accounting. He also spent two years leading a food truck business, learning the art of serving the perfect home-made ice cream sandwich. When he’s not crunching numbers, you might find Nich rock climbing, bouldering, or traveling. He aims to visit at least one new country each year, and always seeks out art fairs to gain insight into the culture, politics, and spirit of the place he’s exploring. Nich supports the Denver art community by visiting local museums, his favorites being the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Kirkland Museum of Fine and Decorative Art. We’re thrilled to have this accountant turned arts and culture advocate on our team!

Janet Farias

Executive Assistant

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Janet was born in Los Angeles and moved to Colorado as a child when her parents fell in love with the state. She has always been creative and has always loved art and the stories it can interpret. Working as an Executive Assistant at an amazing architectural and interior design firm gave Janet a newfound passion for interior design. Ambitious to be a part of the Interior Design world, she returned to school and is currently working towards receiving her Bachelors in Fine Arts of Interior Design from Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design. Janet loves that at NINE dot ARTS she is the Executive Assistant to two boss ladies, as women will eventually run the world, just as Beyonce predicted. Janet enjoys working in the art industry because it allows her to see and understand how art impacts its environment and how one interacts with it. The one thing she enjoys more than shopping is spending time outdoors with her family doing activities such as snowboarding, swimming, and hiking. She also enjoys audible books and listening to podcasts (her current favorite is the Michelle Obama Podcast). Janet has always found ways to give back to her community and enjoys volunteering at Project Angel Heart and Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado.

Leading the conversation

As the business of art consulting and curating evolves, NINE dot ARTS also continues to adapt. How, you ask? By providing new resources to help our clients gain access and information regarding art, the artist community, and how art can impact their business, including:

  • A nationwide research report loaded with helpful insights from our client audience
  • Tips and guidance presented in papers, videos, and speaking engagements
  • A continually growing, and proprietary, database of artists around the world for our curators to search and engage for the right projects
Martha Weidmann

Martha Weidmann

CEO & Co-Founder