Ingle Art Consultancy was founded in 2015 by art entrepreneur and Dallas native Jessica Ingle. It is one of the only art consultancies in the DFW metroplex that offers art advising, collection management, exhibition curating and exhibition planning. Not only can we help you organize your current art collection, but also acquire new work, curate and arrange the display of each piece, and add new acquisitions to your catalog. We work with clients at all levels and stages of art collecting, including private collectors, art institutions, and corporations, and are dedicated to the highest level of professionalism, guaranteeing our clients full confidentiality. We are like a one-stop shop with the benefit of years of experience. 

Not only will we work with collectors and institutions of all levels, but we work with artists and art historians as well. If you need help editing a paper, article, or call for submission, need advice on a grant application, would like a blurb for your website, or are interested in a write up or review of an exhibition, look no further than Ingle Art Consultancy. We can also help to promote your work to museums or galleries for acquisition, and are always willing to visit an artist's studio space. 

Jessica Brit Ingle, Founder

A one-stop shop with years of experience!

With a background in registration and art advising, Jessica Ingle has a strong understanding of collection management, art acquisition and preparation, and the art market.

Ingle's previous experience includes Assistant Director at Zhulong Gallery, Curator and Collection Manager of a private art collection in Dallas, Graduate Registration Fellow at the Nasher Sculpture Center, as well as work with other institutions such as Public Art San Antonio, The McNay Art Museum, Sid Richardson Museum, The Historians of British Art, and Zubiate Projects.

Ingle has presented her research at major institutions such as the Fort Worth Museum of Modern Art, among others, and has curated exhibitions in galleries as well as institutional spaces. She specializes in photography with a particular emphasis in media archaeology, gendered representations, and transculturalism. 

Ingle obtained a dual Bachelor of Arts in Art History and Business Administration from Trinity University in San Antonio, 2009 and her Master's degree in Art History from University of North Texas, 2012.

She is a member of the Association of Registrars and Collections Specialists, The National Association of Professional Women, Who's Who of Distinguished Alumni, and currently serves as President of the Texas Chapter of the Women’s Caucus for Art following her two years of service as the Development Director. For more detailed information, download the attached resume below.