Lynn Anderson has been offering creative art solutions to corporations and the healthcare industry for over 20 years. Her extensive experience in art and installations has positioned her to be a leader in the field and a corporate expert in Virginia. Having a mother as a botanical artist, Lynn maintained a lifelong interest in art. Her career started in Fairfield County CT, with a focus on residential original art market. After moving to Richmond, VA, Lynn started at Brazier Gallery; where she recognized a need for individualized attention to corporate art. Over the years, she has directed numerous large-scale corporate and healthcare projects with some totaling in excess of 200 pieces of artwork at an individual site. Lynn attended the University of New Hampshire where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. In her free time, Lynn enjoys playing tennis, cooking and spending time in her garden.
Lorelle Rau has been managing corporate and healthcare projects with The Anderson Art Group since 2013. Lorelle earned a Masters in Arts Administration from the Savannah College of Art and Design and received a Bachelor of Science in Art Management and Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art from Appalachian State University. She began her art administration career in 2009 working in the College Exhibitions Department at the Corcoran Gallery of Art/College of Art + Design in Washington, DC. Her curatorial experience includes Reclaimed | Retold in 2015, Sensory Overload at the Corcoran in 2010 and several exhibitions at Chasen Galleries and the Looking Glass Gallery. Lorelle is also a collage, mixed-media artist, exhibiting her work in galleries throughout the southeast. When she is not fully immersed in the arts, Lorelle enjoys hiking in the Blue Ridge Mountains and Virginia backcountry with her dog, Tanner.
Roy Carter has 40 years experience with design, art placement, and installation. He is recognized as an expert in art installation for collectors, museums, art consultants, and design professionals. Roy owned and operated Suitable for Framing, Inc., Richmond's premier frame shop. He sold the business in 2008 after 35 years of steady growth. When Roy is not installing artwork, he enjoys spending time working on his home on the Rappahannock River.
Daniel has been installing goods on walls in a professional capacity since he was thirteen. He grew up working for his family sign business where installation was a large part of the job. He worked there until he moved to Richmond in 2012 and started Kisco Signs, LLC.
While growing Kisco, Daniel?s sign background led him to art installation projects with the master art installer Roy Carter. He has been saving walls from unnecessary nail holes ever since. Daniel holds two degrees from The University of Arizona and an MBA from William & Mary.