Litsa holds a Masters of Art (Curatorship and Modern Art) and a Bachelor of Art (Art History and Theory) from the University of Sydney. She has worked for the National Gallery of Australia Foundation and managed a commercial art gallery for some years. Litsa brings to Menzies twelve years experience at the top end of the Australian Art Auction Market. At Menzies previously she contributed strongly to the successful marketing of the existing Australian auction record price for a painting, Sidney Nolan’s First-Class Marksman for $5,400,000 in 2010 and Brett Whiteley’s Australian record breakingThe Olgas for Ernest Giles for $3,480,000 in 2007.
More recently, Litsa has been involved in two very successful single owner sales at Bonhams; the Laverty and Grundy Collections. She has also conducted overseas exhibitions and appraisal days, has Judged art prizes and appeared on an episode of the Australian Apprentice as a guest judge for Mr Mark Bouris.
Please note: Litsa is on maternity leave at present.