Browning at helm of Leslie Hindman Auctioneers expansion in Scottsdale

Leslie Hindman Auctioneers is expanding its reach to Scottsdale. With headquarters in Chicago, this will be the firm’s seventh location in addition to Denver, Milwaukee, Naples, Palm Beach and St. Louis.

Logan Browning

Logan Browning

Logan Browning has been hired as director of business development for the location. Ms. Browning, a Tucson native, has worked in the Scottsdale market for years as the director of Larsen Gallery and Larsen Art Auction.

“After seven fruitful years with Larsen Gallery and Larsen Art Auction, I am excited to be joining the team at Leslie Hindman Auctioneers,” Ms. Browning said in a prepared statement.

“I look forward to further cultivating the diverse Southwest market and building our presence in this fast growing territory.”

Leslie Hindman, founder and CEO of Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, lauds Ms. Browning’s experience as she takes the helm at the growing auction house.

“Logan has all of the relevant experience and is well connected in the community,” she said. “We pride ourselves on exceptional client service, focusing on local representation within our established global market.”

The Scottsdale location’s initial focus will be on business development, assisting with the appraisal and consignment of individual items and entire collections as property will be sent to Denver and Chicago to be sold at auction, the release states.

“Logan will be working closely with our Denver office, which conducts multiple Arts of the American West auctions each year in addition to managing consignments for our fine jewelry, fine art and furniture departments,” said Ms. Hindman. “We have received so many wonderful consignments from the region that it only makes sense to further expand our presence.”

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