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Art Consulting through Thomas Lavin

Thomas Lavin is proud to partner with two of the preeminent art aficionados in Southern California to help you on your special projects and commissions.

At Pacific Design Center

Edward Cella, Founder
Edward Cella Art & Architecture

Edward Cella Art & Architecture is committed to supporting significant established, mid-career, and emerging artists, architects, and designers. Nurturing this hybridity, the gallery uniquely exhibits photography, painting, sculpture, architectural drawings, models, and design objects with an emphasis on the intersection of these disciplines. Edward Cella founded Edward Cella Art & Architecture in 2006, building on his background as an architectural historian with a decade of experience in art advisory and collection management and a passion for collecting architectural drawings and contemporary art. The gallery sustains a curatorial emphasis on discourses surrounding issues of cultural and conceptual significance and has represented historical and under-recognized estates and collections.  Located in the Culver City Art District, the gallery presents ongoing exhibitions of distinctive emerging and mid-career artists, drawing from the talent in Southern California and beyond.

At Laguna Design Center

Jeannie Denholm
SCAPE

Jeannie Denholm has been active in the art business for 3 decades and has an extensive background assisting private collectors and corporations with art acquisitions and curatorial services. She worked with The Broad Art Foundation (Santa Monica, CA) for over 9 years as project curator for Eli Broad’s corporate collections. Denholm takes pride in developing long term relationships with her clients and continues to work with most of them in an ongoing collection management capacity. She became sole owner of Southern CA Art Projects & Exhibitions | SCAPE in 2016; a venue in Corona Del Mar where significant art exhibits and salon-style cultural events are scheduled throughout the year. Her educational background includes a bachelor’s degree (BA) in art history, graduate studies in art history at York University in Toronto, Canada, and a master’s degree (MA) in Museum Studies and Exhibition Design from California State University, Fullerton.