Wall Fiction works with qualified professionals including a Fine Art Appraiser in Toronto.
1. Qualified appraisers work to the methodology, rules and standards set out by the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP). These standards are recognized internationally and appraiser qualifications must be updated every two years.
2. Education and experience are required. Look for an appraiser who is a current member of a recognized appraisal organization such as the International Society of Appraisers (ISA). As an accredited member of the ISA, Kelly Juhasz had to provide proof of her higher education and experience in her specialty areas of fine art and archives.
3. Appraisers must complete a minimum of seventy-five hours of continuing professional development and perform over seven hundred hours of appraisal-related services every five years. As an ISA member, Kelly Juhasz complies with report-writing standards and a code of ethics.
Contact Fine Art Appraisal and Services to talk to a qualified appraiser in Toronto, Canada.