Suzanne Randolph Fine Arts (SRFA) is a certified WMBE art advisory and creative consultancy firm with over 25 years of experience supporting the diverse goals of corporations, real estate developers, private collectors, municipal agencies and not-for-profit organizations.
Our services include commissioning signature works of art within architectural contexts and urban environments, curating exhibitions of contemporary and historical focus, and providing comprehensive guidance in collections management.
SRFA is committed to actively listening to each client’s needs with the goal of establishing clear programmatic parameters to be realized according to the highest standards of professionalism and expertise.
Suzanne Randolph Fine Arts draws from extensive resources across disciplines, media, styles and global regions to develop signature concepts and experiences for our clients that achieve a broader creative vision.
Paul Vinet - Associate
Paul Vinet works closely with Suzanne Randolph to establish concepts and guidelines and participates in the review and presentation of recommended artwork to clients. Paul supervises special technical aspects of projects, which include framing, production, fabrication and installation.
Paul Vinet joined SRFA in 2010 and brings 15 years’ experience working in contemporary art galleries in Paris, Washington D.C., and New York. He has managed exhibitions, curated shows, and developed art collections for corporations and individuals. Vinet’s education was completed in Paris where he earned two bachelor’s degrees: one in graphic design from Académie Charpentier and another in Art History from Ecole du Louvre with an emphasis in contemporary art. He also completed a master’s degree in Museum Studies at Ecole du Louvre in Paris.
In addition to his experience as a project manager, Vinet has been a practicing fine art photographer for the past 15 years, and has developed a body of work that combines photography with painting. In 2012, Vinet founded Studio Batut to revive the technique of portrait composite pioneered by his great great-great grandfather Arthur Batut in the late 19th century. Vinet has shown in art galleries in New York, Paris, Brussels and Washington DC, and the Arthur Batut Museum in Labruguière, France.