Eleanor Flomenhaft's first career was teaching the piano which she did for many years. She has a degree in Interior Design. She is also an art historian with a BA and an MA in Art History. She wrote over 50 essays for art exhibition catalogs, a script for public television on “British Watercolors from 1750 -1910”, and has been written about in many newspapers for her art exhibits. She wrote the first book in the English language on CoBrA art. She has lectured in universities, also museums, among them in Russia, Costa Rica, Denmark, and throughout the United States. She has been interviewed on the radio and television. She has been a museum director and curator, and owner of a gallery since 2004. Exhibits that she personally curated have traveled to over 65 museums world-wide. She received a presidential award, was the judge for the Central American Biennial, and was honored by CityArts in 2016. In 1991, she received a degree as a stock broker and became a financial analyst in 1997. She plans to continue curating exhibitions for museum travel, advising and enabling artists in their careers, and she is a highly regarded fine art as well as financial advisor.