Elizabeth Sadoff Art Advisory
Elizabeth Sadoff Art Advisory was founded in 2009 by its principal with a mission to promote the work of emerging and mid-career artists. The art world imploded following the global financial meltdown and Sadoff realized that artists and estates under-represented in the contemporary art market needed new avenues through which to bring their artwork to the public.
As a child, Sadoff’s parents, deeply involved in the architecture and design community of Los Angeles, California encouraged her to study art. She was an apprentice to a sculptor in L.A. from ages 12 to 18 and was carving stone at 14. Later, Sadoff held an stone-carving apprenticeship with two artisans in Pietrasanta, Italy. Her studio practice branched out into bronze casting, welding, mural painting and finally printmaking.
In 1999, Sadoff created a successful New York mural and decorative painting company, which seven years later morphed into FindAMuralist, a nationwide referral service for muralists and decorative painters. From 2004 to 2009 she was director of two small galleries in Santa Monica, California, as well as head of corporate art development for the David Findlay Jr. Gallery in New York.
Sadoff is a member of ArtTable. As co-chair for Bailey House’s annual auction since 2011, Sadoff helps raise funds to provide permanent housing and other vital services to New Yorkers with HIV/AIDS. She is a member of LMNOP Networking Group and an active member of the International Interior Design Association (IIDA) Residential Forum Committee.