Eliane Markoff and Lully Schwartz
Eliane Markoff is the founder of Art in Giving and its online gallery. Art in Giving collaborates with prominent and emerging artists to fund pediatric cancer research. Eliane is an inspiration to many and is featured in Bill Brett’s book Inspirational Women of Boston. She started painting in 1995 with watercolors and oils and now also works with acrylics. She shows passion for life and hope in her use of bold colors and impressionistic style. Eliane’s art has been exhibited in many venues in the greater Boston area and has been featured in magazines and newspapers, including The American Art Collection. A few of her pieces were exhibited at the Salon du Louvre in Paris, France. Eliane is represented by Galerie-Vendôme in Nice, France. Several of her works can be seen in prominent office buildings, such as Sanofi Genzyme’s five-story building on Memorial Drive in Cambridge, MA, and in Equity Office’s building at 100 Summer Street in Boston. For more examples of Eliane’s work, please visit www.artingiving.org.
American-born artist Lully Schwartz is a graduate of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, MA, and Mount Ida College in Newton, MA. Ms. Schwartz’s art is nationally recognized, exhibited, collected, and awarded. Past gallery and exhibition venues include Women Artists Coast to Coast 2017 at Prince Street Gallery, New York City; Cornell Museum of Art & American Culture, Florida; Johnson & Johnson World Headquarters Gallery, New Jersey; Coral Springs Museum, Florida; Gateway Gallery, Portsmouth, NH; French Cultural Center Gallery, Boston, MA; Thos. Moser Boston Showroom; RAA Gallery & Museum, Rockport, MA; New York Public Library; National Arts Club, New York City; and more. As an inducted member of the National Association of Women Artists, Inc. (NAWA) headquartered in New York City, Ms. Schwartz served as founding Vice President for NAWA’s Massachusetts Chapter from 2013 to 2015. Ms. Schwartz’s gallery representation includes Studio 8 Gallery in Newburyport, MA. Today, she mentors a select number of emerging and established artists in her North Shore Atelier on Point Shore.