Welcome to the Curators’ Corner! Here you can learn more about Silo118’s curators, and view works for purchase from their personal collections. There are two curators so far, but we expect that number to grow. We hope you enjoy these offerings.

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Lynn Holley

Giles Parish,  The Lady in the Chair , acrylic on canvas, 40” x 30”

Giles Parish, The Lady in the Chair, acrylic on canvas, 40” x 30”

About Lynn

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Lynn M. Holley, M.A., is an executive consultant to the arts, a fine arts curator, writer and the founder of the International Fine Arts Film Festival and the 3-Minute Film Festival. She has demonstrated her skills in writing and in the arts for over 35-years. She has a B.S. in Communications and an M.A. in Museum Studies, from the University of Leicester, England. Her undergraduate studies were in the liberal arts, with a concentration in practical applications of drawing, painting and printmaking, to the study of photography, literature and poetry at Cornell University. In 2015, Lynn returned to Leicester, and was one of the key presenters at an international conference on museums in contemporary times. In addition to lectures, Lynn has owned and published magazines and newspapers, and has worked directly with international artists, and managed two international music festivals. She has been the executive director of numerous non-profit or academic institutions, and worked with high-level boards in the arts. Currently, she creates and curates exhibitions, and writes and lectures on topics that reflect the nature of things. Most recently, The Nature of Walls, which opened in 2018, and is now a lecture and small book project for January 2019. Lynn is a judge of art exhibitions, and the founder and resident curator of Art@the JCC in Santa Barbara, California; currently she is also the temporary curator at the Center for Science, Art & Technology (SBCAST). Her work over the years has won her numerous awards including, but not limited to a Gold Medal in Communications from the Council for the Advancement of Secondary Education (CASE) in Washington, DC. Her motto: Without risk there is no progress.