Ellen Liman Gallery Reopens by Apointment
By Maureen O’Sullivan
Local Artist, Ellen Liman opens Gallery at
Palm Beach’s Paramount Building
I am delighted to report that signs of life continue to return to the Island – especially in the business sector. Case in point, my longtime friend Artist/Gallerist, Ellen Liman, whose gallery has been closed since the onset of Covid, is now open on a by-appointment basis.
Ellen, who has been a Palm Beach resident for nearly 20 years, opened her eponymous gallery in 2003 the historic Paramount Building, just north of The Breakers. She is an accomplished painter who studied at the Rhode Island School of Design, Columbia University and the National Academy of Design, and her paintings are in numerous private and corporate collections. Add to that, Ellen is the author of seven books about interior design and collecting.
Ellen opened her gallery with the intention of showing “good art by recognized established and emerging artists,” she said. Over the years, she has showcased and exhibited works by international, national and local artists, including many from Palm Beach. She has also hosted several exhibitions of works by Dreyfoos of the Arts students and faculty.
In addition to Ellen’s own beautiful paintings, The Liman Gallery offerings span reasonably-priced paintings, prints, photographs and ceramics that “could decorate one wall or an entire home,” as Ellen says.
Hours are by-appointment and Ellen can be reached at 561.659.7050 or 917.774.0421
THE LIMAN GALLERY, 139 North County Road, Palm Beach, FL 33480 www.limangallerypalmbeach.com