After 2 years of being the warm welcoming face of the gallery, Becca Bailey has been promoted to the role of Gallery Director. She received her degree in Art History from FAU, the culmination of a long-time passion for fine art that began at the age of sixteen at a fine art studio in Parkland, Florida, where she grew up. Her passion for art—both as an artist and academic—provides Becca with a unique blend of skills to aid our clients in their search for the perfect work of art.
Allison Berkner is thrilled to be the newest member of the team! She has always had the passion for art within her, beginning from a young age creating artwork to earning her Bachelor's of Fine Arts in Drawing from the University of Florida. She is excited to be surrounded by what she loves most. As a teacher and practitioner, Allison enjoys connecting clients to art they'll love for decades.
The Idea Man
Six years and a pandemic later working as Gallery Director, Dan Cella has evolved into a new role as Executive Director. On the path to becoming a working partner at Studio E, Dan focuses on making the client experience warm, welcoming and rewarding for all. His overriding goal is to serve clients fantastically well, whether near or far, in person or online. Dan‘s digital savvy, project management skills, design chops, attention to detail, vast client experience and charisma make him a wonderful asset. Did Dan write that last sentence? Maybe...
The Art Ninja
Kris Boschee employs his quiet mastery in a number of crucial areas: gallery operations, art display, home installation and shipping. Most importantly, Kris has a keen eye for the right aesthetic look. He excels at executing the right look in the right space—in the gallery, in the office, and in the home.
The Art Sleuth
Studio E Gallery is proud and fortunate to have art expert Kelly Luchini as a connection to the appraisal world. Her extensive training and impressive credentials back her personal, detailed attention to clients’ fine art needs.
Studio E was originally founded as a gallery with a working studio. Though her art studio has since moved off premises, Ann Griffith still wears two hats: As an artist and as a gallery denizen. During the season Ann loves interacting with clients, while painting furiously during the off months.
The Artist Whisperer
Evan Griffith is generally hidden away from the clients, for good reason. He enjoys traveling the country by campervan to meet artists in their studios, often with fellow Studio E co-founder Ann Griffith. Evan works with the artists to bring their best and most compelling artwork to you. Check out his latest bookito on Amazon: The Seven Promises of Art.
Roseann Cherenson revels in making the accounts sing. Without her skill set, the fine machinery would grind to a halt pronto. Best of all, she makes sure our hard-working artists are paid in a timely manner!