Art Services Network, the consortium of experienced professionals committed to the integrity of the art and its proper care, has announced that the art installation professional Gabriel Zitz, of GEZ Services, has joined their team. Gabriel is the 300th art installation professional to join Art Installer Network and this powerful and unique platform.
“Art Services Network is proud to announce the addition of its newest AIN installation professional Gabriel Zitz,” says the spokesperson for ASN. “Gabriel is mechanically oriented, has a designer’s eye and is a master of service management. His joining us is sure to add immense value to the Network.”
Gabriel Zitz is a Rochester, NY installer and will be covering the Northwest section of the state according to ASN sources. With his art and design background, he brings his rich experience to Art Services Network. Gabriel has been working as office furniture and medical equipment assembler for about 10 years.
Gabriel was vetted by Michael Breakiron, one of the Field Directors at Art Service Network at a project held in Rochester, NY recently. In the short time that he has been with the Network, Gabriel has already worked on three jobs.
“Talent like this allows our clients to build new relationships in places across the country allowing them to grow their business”, says the COO of Art Service Network, Kevin Dunn.
Art Services Network is the parent company of Art Installer Network (AIN) and Preparatory Network (PrepNet), the sites that maintain the databases of independent art providers. The Network is designed to provide smooth access to art providers and service providers. It is the brainchild of Scott Solda, the main designer of the network.
The Art Handler Network has a comprehensive database of the local art handlers and is responsible for introducing clients to leading professionals. Clients can order services from the Art Handler Network website. Any pending job notifications are sent to handlers closest to the site. The available ones are connected with the client for their approval.
The Preparator Network is the network of local preparators from across the country and plays a key role in introducing clients to the leading museum professionals. The Preparator Network makes work easy for all the involved parties by paying the preparators deposits, arranging travel and lodging, and advancing wages before they receive any payment from the client for services rendered.
Other service providers, as well as those looking for services, can visit http://ArtServices.Network for detailed information.
About Art Services Network:
Art Services Network is the business entity that has been designed and launched as the parent firm of Art Installer Network and Preparatory Network. The network has been designed to provide seamless access to art providers and service providers.