Hindman serves Wisconsin with a central focus on client service. As one of the nation’s leading fine art auction houses, we are proud to bring our expertise to benefit the Wisconsin collecting community. Please contact our office for complimentary auction estimates, sale inquiries and estate services.
Hindman’s Milwaukee office provides full auction and estate services throughout the state of Wisconsin as well as Minneapolis. Because of our close proximity to our Chicago hub, Milwaukee is served by specialists in all departments including Fine Art, Jewelry, Furniture and Decorative Arts, Modern Design, Luxury Accessories and Couture, and more. Our Milwaukee office accepts consignments for over 100 auctions a year that reach a global audience of collectors. Milwaukee has handled property from prominent estates such as Mary Griggs Burke and Jean Friedlander, and property from the collections of the Milwaukee Art Museum and Museum of Wisconsin Art.
Sara Mulloy is the Business Development Director for the Milwaukee branch of Hindman.
Ms. Mulloy joined the firm in 2011, upon the opening of the Wisconsin office. She is responsible for assisting clients throughout the entire auction process; from scheduling appointment services to working with our specialists in creating listings and providing estimates. Additionally, she manages all appraisal events for the branch and maintains close connections with local museums and institutions. On a daily basis, Ms. Mulloy evaluates a wide array of property across all of our collecting categories. She is a graduate of Sotheby’s Institute of Art, London Master’s in Contemporary Art History program.
Alyssa Quinlan is Chief Business Development Officer at Hindman.
She returns to Hindman following nearly two decades of experience in wealth management, art advising and appraisal with nationally renowned firms. Quinlan held the position of Director of Business Development and head of Trusts & Estates for Leslie Hindman Auctioneers in 2003. After joining the Chicago office of J.P. Morgan in 2010 in their Private Bank, she opened the Chicago branch of international appraisal firm Gurr Johns in 2016, expanding their presence throughout the Midwest and Texas. As Chief Business Development Officer for Hindman, Quinlan will oversee business development efforts nationally, in tandem with the firm’s ongoing expansion in locations, services and expertise. She has served as an auctioneer for charitable organizations including Special Olympics, Children’s Home & Aid and is also an active member of the Women’s Board of Ravinia, Art Table and The Arts Club of Chicago.
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