Sean Morello is the lead gallery salesperson, with clients that
include private collectors, galleries, auction houses, and
museums. Sean also oversees the daily operations of the
gallery, helping to ensure that our clients’ needs are met.
He received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Brigham Young
University, and a Master of Fine Arts degree from Pratt
Institute. He has been at Eli Wilner & Company since 2005.
Kevin Flaherty has been at Eli Wilner & Company since 1986.
He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from St. John's
University, New York and his Master of Fine Arts degree from
Queens College, City University of New York. Kevin is
responsible for helping to select appropriate period frames
for clients as well as fitting the artwork using archivally
correct materials and procedures. He contributed an essay on
picture frames and the glossary and line drawing illustrations
for The Gilded Edge, the Eli Wilner book published by Chronicle
Books in 2000. He also contributed drawings for Antique
American Frames Identification and Price Guide published by
Avon Books in 1995.
Special Projects Coordinator
Emma Cotter has over twenty years of framing experience,
including eight years in a Manhattan art conservation studio.
She began working with Eli Wilner & Company in 2007 and since
then has overseen many delicate and complicated framing
projects, as well as handling some of the most valuable
artworks to ever come to auction. Emma received a Bachelor of
Fine Arts degree from the University of Michigan.
Eli Wilner & Company Staff
The Eli Wilner & Company staff includes experts in installation,
fitting, digital imaging, packing, and transportation of fine
art. Eli Wilner & Company employs a staff of highly skilled
woodworkers, mold makers, carvers, gilders, and finishers in
its 10,000 square-foot frame studio in Long Island City. With
these skills on hand, and a network of experts in art
conservation, lighting, fabrication, and more, there is
virtually no fine art project that is beyond our grasp.