Sheri Pasquarella has been an art professional for more than 20 years. She has held positions at various prestigious galleries and organizations.
Sheri is a consultant and art advisor based in NYC. Her art advisory focuses on ‘connoisseurship based’ collections located throughout the US and Asia. Her business consultancy provides strategy and solutions to art & design companies that include Rafael de Cardenas/ Architecture at Large, Ashe Leandro Interiors, Coalition for the Homeless, and many others. In 2020 she founded the SLP Women’s Group, a national network for female visual arts professionals.
Sheri began her career as a gallery director at Marlborough Gallery, NY and Gorney Bravin + Lee, Chelsea. In 2002, she conceived and founded the New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA), and co-founded its eponymous art fair. She has lectured at Yale, Columbia, SUNY FIT, Christies, Bonhams, the Peabody Essex Museum, the Hammer Museum, and many others.
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Amber Thornton began working for SLP as project support at the beginning of 2021. Currently, Amber assists with the research and execution of The Class, creating marketing material for social media, as well as being client support for class members. Based in Richmond, Virginia, Amber has attended Virginia Commonwealth University to study Art History and African-American studies.