who we are
Suzi and Kate met and became fast friends a decade ago as art consultants.
They have a joint love in seeing others fulfilled – be it clients finding art that inspires or artists bringing visions to fruition. They believe in the incredible, intangible, and transformative power of art. Alchemy Station was founded to pursue just that; to spread the passion, wonder, and connection that art brings out in all of us.
behind the name
Our name describes our approach. We exist to use art to transform your space and bring you along from start to finish.
Alchemy: the process of turning the ordinary into the extraordinary.
Station: a haven on a journey.
We'll do both for you.
Kate Anderson has spent her career creating value and connection for organizations, institutions, and individuals through the inspiring power of art. For nearly two decades, Kate has curated purpose-built artwork programs and collections for world-class clients in the public and private sectors. Kate's approach to art consulting is innately people-centered. She understands the crucial roles business partners, artists, and audiences play in creating work that transforms spaces and communities through inspiration and expression.
Kate earned a bachelor's degree in Fine Art from Colby-Sawyer College. She serves on the Board of Directors at North River Arts Association and enjoys painting, teaching youth art programs, and coaching girls' soccer. She lives on the South Shore of MA with her husband, two young daughters, and dog, George Bailey.
Suzi Hlavacek aims to ignite passion and connection through art while serving clients, communities, artists, and the greater public. Suzi loves learning about clients’ values and needs, so she can help them surround themselves with inspiration, beauty, and the sublime. Over the past decade, Suzi has placed thousands of artworks for Fortune 500 companies, Ivy League universities, 5-star hotels, bio-tech innovators, hospitals, and private estates.
Suzi began her career working in business development at Christie’s, followed by the Prints department at MoMA in New York City. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Art History from Colgate University and completed her master’s degree in Art Administration at Columbia University. An avid researcher, reader, and adventurer, Suzi is passionate about travel, food, nature, and all things culture. She lives with her husband, toddler, and yellow lab Birdie in West Newton, MA.