Gallery Director Dan Cella spent 12 years as the art and marketing director for a digital multimedia firm specializing in international celebrity lifestyle content. He orchestrated video shoots in London, New York, Las Vegas, Miami, and beyond. Dan‘s project management skills, attention to detail and design, vast client experience and charisma make him a wonderful asset to Studio E Gallery. He did not write this himself… he did. Sigh.
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.
Julian Cassanetti brings diverse cultural expertise to Studio E Gallery. He is the third generation in his family to be immersed in the art world. Julian comes to Palm Beach County after a successful multi-year run as the Musical Director for the Blue Man Group touring company. His passion for the arts in all its forms is palpable; his warm and thoughtful manner is greatly appreciated by Studio E clients.
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.
Mia Raveson has spent the last 25 years in the art world. Her gift for aesthetics, design and framing affords Mia the skills to help clients find the perfect piece of art for every location. With over two decades of experience framing artwork for museums and collectors around the world, Mia offers Studio E clients a la carte framing consultations to preserve and highlight their art.
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.
Evan Griffith is generally hidden away from the clients, for good reason. But the artists seem to like him well enough, so we let him badger them for their best work. You can join him in celebrating the creative life at NotesForCreators.com. His short book Burn Baby Burn: Spark The Creative Spirit Within is well reviewed on Amazon. The Creative Morning Challenge is his latest release.
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!