Artsource, consulting Since 1994


We’re a savvy team of three women whose decades of experience let us connect our clients, here in the Bay Area and around the world, with art that meets their objectives and expresses their unique cultures and brands.


A full-service firm, partnering with galleries, dealers, and artists worldwide, our approach is unbiased, thorough, and tuned-in. We work with innovative artists whose vision and processes inspire, and we take the time to understand our clients, so that both they and the artists we recommend benefit from our creative collaborations.

Jody Brunk Knowlton

Principal and Co-Founder

Before co-founding Artsource Consulting in 1994, Ms. Knowlton worked with Roselyne C. Swig Artsouce, where she managed multiple corporate and private fine art collections, and developed ArtReach, a rotating exhibition program that partnered nonprofit arts institutions with businesses. She has helped found nonprofits working on domestic violence and arts in education, and has served on the board of the Julia Morgan School for Girls in Oakland since 2007. Ms. Knowlton has a B.A. in Visual Arts from the University of Oregon.

Tessa Wilcox

Principal and Co-Founder

Prior to co-founding Artsource Consulting in 1994, Ms. Wilcox founded the critically acclaimed Mincher/Wilcox Gallery in 1987, representing American, European, and Latin American artists. She was Director of the Indian and South East Asian Art Department at Butterfield and Butterfield Auctioneers in San Francisco, served as Director of Normar Japanese Ceramics in San Francisco, and worked at the University Art Museum, Berkeley and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. She currently serves on the Board of the Asian Contemporary Arts Consortium in San Francisco. Ms. Wilcox received a B.A. in Art History from the University of California at Berkeley.

Kerri C. Hurtado


Prior to joining Artsource Consulting in 1997, Ms. Hurtado worked at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and Southern Exposure, a nonprofit artists’ organization, and was gallery coordinator at Student Union Art Gallery at San Francisco State University. Ms. Hurtado has participated on the San Francisco Arts Education Program Advisory Committee, and has served as President of the Board of Directors for the San Francisco Cinematheque. She has a B.A. in Interdisciplinary Arts from San Francisco State University.