From the article by Hilarie M. Sheets regarding the collection of Francie Bishop Good mentioning artwork by Scott Daniel Ellison in The New York Times:
Ms. Good has traded with other artists since her years at the Philadelphia College of Art. She and her husband, who have two children each from their first marriages, began collecting art together in the early 1990s. Ms. Good was largely attracted to work by women and artists of color long before that kind of focus became popular. Mr. Horvitz, a real estate developer, followed her lead.
Throughout the apartment are bold, vibrant abstractions by artists including Beatriz Milhazes, Madeline Denaro and Elisabeth Condon. “I see something different in this Condon every day, little weird areas,” Ms. Good said. She is also drawn to work with an “outsider quality” and a sense of humor, she said, pointing out paintings by Scott Daniel Ellison and ceramics by Sally Saul and Hilary Harnischfeger.