Before moving to Los Angeles in 2008, Amy Davila worked her way from an
assistant at Haines Gallery in San Francisco to a director at David Zwirner in New York. Prior to entering the art world, Amy worked as an international tax consultant for Ernst & Young LLP in Houston and San Francisco. Amy holds an M.B.A. in Tax & Accounting from the University of Texas at Austin.
ArtSmart began in 2011 and is the culmination of Amy’s two decades of
experience working with some of the most prestigious art institutions and artists at varying stages of their careers.
Amy works with artists, galleries, art organizations and foundations to help educate, empower and create organization and focus around The ArtSmart Method.
The ArtSmart Method embraces the idea that the best art thrives in an abundant environment. The right choices can be made for the right reasons in a strong, supported and financially independent atmosphere. The art isn’t compromised because the artist isn’t compromised.
Amy is also faculty at Claremont Graduate University and the Sotheby’s
Institute and lectures at the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, NY, the
School of Visual Arts, NY and Azusa Pacific University, CA.
356 Mission Road
Jack Bosson Estate
Edward Cella Fine Art + Architecture
Matthew Day Jackson
Anat Ebgi Gallery
Eckert Fine Art
Fine Art Dealers Association
Grice Bench Gallery
Hannah Hoffman Gallery
House of Gaga
Tiffiny Lendrum Fine Art
Marciano Art Foundation
Overduin & Co
The Pit LA
Cindy Rucker Gallery
Upon Request NYC
Mark Dean Veca
Whether you’re an artist, gallery, collector, art consultant, or an art non-profit, Amy Davila has years of experience working with some of the most prestigious galleries and successful artists studios at various levels of their careers helping them problem solve. Take a few minutes and go through The Questionnaire so we can assess the issues together.