David Jensen

By the time David Jensen became one of the three founding partners of Unified Fine Arts, he had already accumulated 30+ years in the fine art-handling business.

Beginning as an art preparator at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, he served as head art preparator for the Fort Worth Art Museum (the predecessor to the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth). He then moved on to the complex demands of project management.

During those years, David not only gained an in-depth knowledge of art handling but also learned how valuable lasting professional relationships are in the art-handling world. He has a deeply held belief that, when customers trust him with their most precious items, the utmost care must be given in return. This belief also drives our commitment to compassion and empathy for the company’s employees – as well as our clients.

During his free time, you can find David scouring auctions, antiques shops and even flea markets for that perfect find.

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Whether you're new to the art-collecting scene or your house doubles as a gallery for acquisitions, you must call on a storage and installation company you trust. Unified Fine Arts lists dozens of local galleries and private collectors—including The Rachofsky House—as clients. Plus, their 17,000-square-foot warehouse has all the latest in security and fire control.

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