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Lio Projects


Lio Projects is the boutique art advisory practice of Rachel Elliott, working with a range of international clients from first-time collectors to interior designers.

With more than eight years of professional and educational experience building art collections and relationships with artists, clients and companies, Elliott has built a reputation for providing a simple and streamlined process.

Rachel Elliott of Lio Projects. Headshot 2023

Rachel Elliott of Lio Projects.

As founder and art advisor of Lio Projects, Elliott has worked with local interior designers like Studio 1 Nine 1 and Ali Budd and gained her expertise building the trade program with New York gallery, Uprise Art. During her years in New York she had the opportunity to curate collections for state-side designers such as Becky Shea, Hyphen and Stephanie Kaslow. She also holds an MA in Visual Art Administration from New York University as well as a BA in Art History and Criticism from Western University. Her growing portfolio of work spans residential, commercial and office projects as well as an inaugural group show titled DUALITY, which showed at 1444 Dupont St in spring 2023. LIOPROJECTS.COM.

Feature photo: Designer: Studio 1 Nine 1, Artist: John Platt via Uprise Art. 


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