ARTÉRIEL 


THE ART &                                   
COLLECTIONS                    
CONNECTION

Secure. Transparent. Trusted.

Art licensing management & distribution

Artériel helps artists, museums, collection holders and the licensing entities that support them manage reproduction rights and permissions of their image collections, securely sharing more art in more ways with more people.
                                                               
We are the global platform for the registration, reproduction and distribution of fine art images; equitably compensating artists, museums, collection & rights holders.

Our services

REGISTRY OF RIGHTS AND REPRODUCTION

Artériel uses blockchain technology to register and track ownership, rights, permissions, and transactions.

DIGITAL ART LIBRARY INTERFACE

Artériel’s Digital Art Library Interface manages images and metadata to complement the Registry.

DIGITAL IMAGING

Artériel works with content sources to establish the approved “golden master”.

IMAGE RECOGNITION + eCOMMERCE APP

Artériel provides a proprietary app to discover, explore and purchase all approved images in the Art Registry. 

GLOBAL PRODUCT   FULFILLMENT NETWORK

All eCommerce orders are routed to vetted regional fulfillment facilites to minimize shipping expense and delivery time. 

REPORTING & PAYMENTS 

The Registry tracks every transaction, distributing royalty and referral payments to rights and image providers worldwide.

Meet our team

Kirsten Söderlind

Founder & CEO

25 years fine art licensing experience. Artist, graphic designer, and entrepreneur. Image licensing with Corbis and Gallery Player. Founder and business development at 1000Museums. Responsibilities include vision, evangelization, culture, and business development.


Ned Robinson

COO

25 years technical leadership, engineering, product management, startups. RChain Solutions Group lead.
Responsibilities include architecture, technical strategy & implementation.




Foteini Valeonti Ph.D.

CTO

A computer scientist, specialising in Digital Humanities. An AHRC Innovation Leadership Fellow at the Department of Information Studies, working as Principal Investigator on a UKRI-funded project that explores ways museums can utilise emerging technologies to generate revenue from their digitized collections.

Natalie Russo

Chief Print Officer

15 years fine art imaging. Museum photographer and technology product manager with focus on reproduction and image capture quality. Responsibilities include image capture, quality control, and process development. 



Dean Irvine

CIO

  Directs open-source software development, UX/UI design, & data visualization as well as textual editing, archiving, art exhibition, and publishing platforms.
Responsibilities include communications, co-ordinating development teams working on asset management, supply-chain management, and blockchain technologies.

Tim Girvin

CMO

45 years fine art, branding, design. Internationally recognized designer, writer, illustrator, photographer. Brand development and design integration, brand and story development for retail identity. Responsibilities include identity, branding, and design.


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