About Art Of Choice

Art of Choice is a new community of young art enthusiasts looking to engage with the hottest finds in the art world today. Our coverage spans the globe, connecting followers with leaders in all facets of the art world - from dealers and collectors, to artists, auction house specialists, and more. The insight we provide offers our followers the chance to begin making educated art purchases.

Art of Choice offers a "no bullshit" approach to speaking about art. Our content spans a comprehensive range of artists and styles, showcasing artists at many different stages in their careers. We welcome all art enthusiasts to be a part of the AoC community regardless of their background or knowledge of art.

Our Staff

Olivia Davis

Olivia Davis


Olivia Davis is a born and raised New Yorker. She received a Bachelor of Science in Communications from Boston University in May 2015, where she held a dual concentration in Public Relations and Art History. She obtained a Master’s Degree in Art Business at Sotheby’s Institute of Art in New York and currently resides in Los Angeles.

She has recently started her own personal collection and has become the go-to-girl for all things art related. With a focus on helping clients build valuable collections, Olivia strives to show her clients how influential art is on the things they actually look at.

Maria Vogel

Maria Vogel

Executive Editor

Maria Vogel is from Pittsburgh, PA, where her love of art began at the Andy Warhol Museum. She attended Wake Forest University where she studied Art History, Communications, and Journalism. Maria moved to NYC in 2015 to earn a Master’s Degree in Art Business at Sotheby’s Institute of Art, where she met Olivia. She currently resides in Brooklyn, New York.

After having a full range of experiences in the gallery world, Maria is now focusing on many freelance projects with a focus on journalism. With her writing, she hopes to bridge the gap between artists and their audiences by personifying the artist and revealing their human qualities not often seen.