Director of Appraisals

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Erica brings a background in art history and art market administration to her role as Director of Appraisals at Winston Art Group. After obtaining her Masters in Art Business, Erica worked in the Sotheby’s Bids Department for two years as a Client Liason, where she managed pre- and post-sale logistics, data collection, and general inquiries. In addition to administering all seasonal auctions, Erica assisted with client development research and contributed to the implementation of the eBay/Sotheby’s partnership. Erica holds a Bachelor’s Degree in History, Art History, and Cultural Heritage Preservation from Rutgers University. Her primary area of study, and the subject of her theses for both degrees, was art administration and how the internet has changed the art marketplace.