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The day I entered my first Art History and Architecture class at the University of Maryland my life was changed forever.  My possession of Gothic architecture themed coloring books at a young age started to make a lot more sense. During my freshman year, one of the biggest assignments was to write an essay about a piece of art in the National Gallery of Art located in Washington, DC.  I wandered around the museum for hours but was drawn to the painting "Young Girl Reading" by Jean Honoré Fragonard, a French painter.

Unbeknownst to me, the next time I visited my great grandmother Frances, a print of that very painting was hanging above the chair she sat in everyday.  I took that as a sign I was headed in the right direction, and four years later graduated with a BA in Art History.

During my undergraduate years, I learned to analyze art as well as religion and culture from a global perspective. I continued my studies in Rome and have traveled extensively throughout Western Europe, further exploring my passion for art while learning about new destinations and cultures. 

Upon graduating and over the last 8 years, I've worked in art consulting, sourcing art and building relationships with many corporate clients in the Washington, DC metro area. I would later join the travel industry, which allowed me to not only travel the world and explore every museum I could, but taught me the power of unparalleled customer service and building solid relationships. With my strong attention to detail and appreciation for other cultures and customs, my passion and enthusiasm shines in each project.


The print that once belonged to my great grandmothers now hangs in my home and has been the inspiration for Lynn Fine Art, a middle name I share with her. ​ 

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