The newest member of the Galerie Maximillian team, Liz arrived in Aspen in December of 2016. Born and raised a New Yorker, she previously lived in the Hamptons and was Gallery Director at Mark Borghi Fine Art – specializing in postwar and contemporary art. Over the years Liz has worked in galleries in Philadelphia, NYC and Telluride, CO. She also spent time as a mural conservator for an architectural arts company in Manhattan. She has great pride in her role restoring murals by WPA artists and in buildings such as the Cooper-Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum, the NY Public Library and Rockefeller Center. She also had a role in the conservation of the two Fernand Leger murals in the General Assembly Room of the United Nations. She has worked as a project manager for a New Orleans based artist and urban planner where she helped communities bring public murals to their cities.
Liz earned a Masters in Contemporary Art from Sotheby’s Institute of Art in NYC where she focused on art in public spaces. As an undergraduate, she studied Art History with minors in Studio Art and Philosophy at La Salle University in Philadelphia while competing on the school’s Division 1 lacrosse team. She spent summers as a docent and museum gallery aide at the Pollock – Krasner House in East Hampton.
Raised in Islip Terrace, NY, Liz spends her free time in Aspen skiing (dabbling in the back-country), snowboarding, trail running and cooking. She is also a new member of the Roaring Fork Valley mentorship group The Buddy Program.