Logan Sutton

Gallery Curator

Logan is a Charlotte-native who has been a lover of the arts since receiving her first set of crayons as a child.  She attended Northwest School of the Arts and was able to travel to Washington, DC, France, and Spain on art history trips, sparking her passion for all things art-related. 

The moment she stepped in the Rothko Room in DC, Logan knew she was destined to work in galleries which lead her to pursue a double major in Arts Leadership & Administration and New Media Design from Queens University of Charlotte. During her time at Queens she gained marketing and operations experience while working at LaCa Projects and The McColl Center for Art + Innovation. She studied abroad in Nice, France where she dove deeper into French and French art history. Upon graduating magna cum laude, she began her career in marketing. 

An avid artist herself, Logan has an eye for curating and understands the time and dedication put towards each work of art. The combination of her experiences landed her in her dream role at Anne Neilson Fine Art. In addition to being an advocate and volunteer within the arts education community, she is eminently passionate about the mission of ANFA and believes that art as a visual language can change the world for the better. She is enthusiastic towards living her purpose daily and giving back to the community through art by being a part of the team.

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Charlotte, NC 28211
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