Elizabeth A. Urbanski
advises on the acquisition of artwork for Fortune 500 companies, retail spaces, restaurants, the hospitality industry, and individuals. She has advised on the acquisition of artwork for entire corporate divisions such as Strategic Planning, Manufacturing, International Pharmaceutical, Animal Health, and Law. Elizabeth Urbanski also collaborates with designers on incorporating artwork in private client homes and large scale hotels, casinos and restaurants. She has completed large scale projects such as the redevelopment of a casino hotel for which Ms. Urbanski advised on the acquisition of artwork in five hundred guest and VIP rooms and two restaurants.

served as the art curator of the Port Authority of NY & NJ which had an extensive corporate art collection installed in public and private spaces. She oversaw all aspects of collections management and helped research and present artists' proposals for large scale site specific public artwork to the corporate board for approval. Elizabeth Urbanski was a fine art appraiser for O'Toole-Ewald Art Associates and has worked at Sotheby's, Alex Rosenberg Gallery, and Art in America.

, Elizabeth Urbanski continued her academic studies with graduate work in art history at Harvard University and visual art administration at New York University. Her M.A. thesis addressed theoretical and market based issues in contemporary art made of ephemeral material. Ms. Urbanski completed another M.A. in art history at Columbia University Her thesis discussed Robert Smithson's photographic displacements in relationship to his land art.

is a member of ArtTable (New York, NY), and the International Association of Professional Art Advisors
(New York, NY)