Sara Garden Armstrong, founder of Art Entree, holds a Master’s Degree in Fine Arts, and in Education from the University of Alabama. She held several university-level teaching positions before moving to New York to pursue her career as an artist. Exhibiting internationally since 1980, she has lectured extensively on her art. Works are located in the collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum, and the corporate collections of Prudential, AOL Time-Warner, General Electric, and IBM among others. In 1992 Armstrong founded Art Entree, an organization devoted to the exploration of art and cultural activities in the New York City area. Sara is a licensed New York City tour guide and a member of ArtTable.
Elizabeth Dimmit received her undergraduate degree in Finance from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, and a Masters degree in Visual Arts Administration at New York University’s Steinhardt School of Education. Liz is an active participant in NYC's art scene and has worked with organizations such as 3rd Ward, ArtTable, the Business Committee for the Arts, Clementine Gallery, the International Association of Professional Art Advisors, the JP Morgan Chase Bank Art Program, Christina Ray and The Pratt Institute. She has been the Curator of Gawker Artists since 2006. Liz is a member of ArtTable and POWArts.
Steffany Martz is a P.H.D. candidate in Art History at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. She holds a Masters of Philosophy, and a B.A. in English from Vassar College. She is also a graduate of the Christie’s New York Art Course. Before opening her contemporary
gallery in Soho in 1995, Martz worked as a news writer, for NBC, ABC, and the BBC
in London. In 1997, she moved her gallery to Chelsea, where it thrived for three successful years before closing. Presently she is consulting on numerous art projects.