Founded in 2006 in Greenwich, CT, as a division of Sandra Morgan Interiors, SM Home Gallery represents award winning established and emerging artists, recognized as some of the most exciting and noteworthy talents of today, their work can be found in private and corporate collections throughout the United States and abroad. We have a passion for art and believe that colorful, beautifully executed abstract and representational art adds energy and spirit to a home. With ongoing curated exhibitions, our aim is to provide original artwork in an array of styles, mediums and price ranges to our clients.

Our services include interior design and art consultation, delivery and art installation, shipping within the U.S.A. and trade pricing to Interior Designers and Architects.

Please contact us for more information about our artists, their works, pricing and availability. We invite you to join our mailing list to receive invitations to our artist receptions and view Curator’s Choice, a popular weekly news flash highlighting an individual artist’s work and offering insight into their inspiration and a peek into their studio.

Meet the Associate Art Director, Camilla Cook

Camilla CookSince 2000, Camilla Cook has been committed to supporting the arts in CT and NY. An independent Artist Consultant since 2007, Camilla has drawn on her arts administration experience to provide strategies that have empowered over 175 artists to advance their careers.

She has curated several well-received exhibitions including The Wall of Hope at Yale-New Haven Hospital (permanent), The Art of Inspiration at the Time Warner Center in NYC, Fresh Pics: Contemporary Art in Connecticut at the Ridgefield Guild of Artists, CT; and Focus On: Calder’s Circus, The Lithographs at the Neuberger Museum of Art, NY. She has moderated panels, lectured on art-related topics, and juried regional art competitions throughout NY and CT. She has worked at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, The Silvermine Arts Center, and The Neuberger Museum of Art. Camilla received a B.A. in Art History from Boston University and an M.A. in Modern and Contemporary Art History, Theory & Criticism from Purchase College, SUNY with additional studies abroad in Italy and Denmark.