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Holly Diana Lane, American Artist. Named Alumna of Year, Cuesta College, 1992; president's scholar San Jose State University, 1986, Johanna Rietz scholar Art Association of Morro Bay, California, 1981; recipient honorable mention Western States Arts Federation, Santa Fe, 1994. Member College Art Association (scholarship 1981).

Background

Lane, Holly Diana was born on September 13, 1954 in Cleveland. Daughter of Edwin Joseph and Ursula Anna (Neustadt) Selyem.

Education

Associate of Arts in 2-Dimensional Art, Cuesta College, San Luis Obispo, California, 1982. Bachelor of Fine Arts with great distinction, San Jose State University, 1986. Master of Fine Arts in Pictorial Art, San Jose State University, 1988.

Works

  • Other Work

    • One-woman shows include Ivory/Kimpton Gallery, San Francisco, 1989, Rutgers Barclay Gallery, Santa Fe, 1990, Bingham Kurts Gallery, Memphis, 1992, (solo survey show with catalog) Art Museum Southeast Texas, Beaumont, 1995, Natalie & James Thompson Gallery, San Jose State University, 2001, Yellowstone Art Museum, 2001, Lyman Allyn Museum Art, 2001, Schmidt Bingham Gallery, New York City, 1991, 93, 95, 97, 99, 2001, Forum Gallery, New York City, 2003, 06, (with catalog) Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, 2008. Exhibited in group shows at Eiteljorg Museum, Indianapolis, 1995, 00, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, 1994, Knoxville (Tennessee) Museum Art, 1993-1994, Fine Arts Center University Rhode Island, Kingston, 1992, Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, 1993, 02, Boise (Idaho) Art Museum, 1994, Castle Gallery-College New Rochelle, New York, 1996, Kennedy Museum American Art, Athens, Ohio, 1996, California Center for the Arts Escondido Museum, 1996, Samuel P. Harn Museum, University Florida, Gainesville, 1996, Whitney Museum American Art, Champion, Connecticut, 1997-1998, Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, New York, 1997-1998, Susan H. Arnold Art Gallery Lebanon Valley College, Anneville, Pennsylvania, 1997-1998, Pelham (New York ) Art Ctr, 1998, Art Museum Western Virginia, 1999-1900, San Jose Museum Art, 1999-2000, Santa Cruz Art Museum, 2000, Brevard Museum Art and Science, Melbourne, Florida, 2000, Gallery of Contemporary Art, Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, Connecticut, 2002, New Jersey Center For Visual Arts, Summit, 2002, Kalamazoo Institute Art, Michigan, 2008, Javitz Center, New York City, 2002, Forum Gallery, New York City, 2002, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, International Art and Design Fair, New York City, 2004, San Francisco International Art Exposition, 2005, 10, New York 7th Regiment Armory, 2005, 07, Palm Beach, Palm Beach County Convention Center, Florida, 2006, portsmouth Museum Fine Art, New Hampshire, 2010 Forum Gallery, Los Angeles, 2006, Art 20, The Park Armory, New York City, 2006, 07, others. Represented in permanent collections Art Museum Southeast Texas, Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, A.R.A. Services, Philadelphia, Dow Jones & Company, New York City, Detroit Zoological Gardens, Principal Finance Group, Des Moines, IDS, Minneapolis, Memphis Cancer Center, Seven Bridges Foundation, Greenwich, Connecticut.

      Works reproduced in books, magazines, calendars, journals, including ARTNews, Art in America, 2010, New York Times, New York Sun, 2003, 06, New York Press, Notre Dame Review, 2007, Where New York, Art Papers, Art & Antiques, New Yorker Magazine, Artweek, Christian Science Monitor, Private Arts, Forensic Examiner, NYarts Magazine, The Wilson Quarterly, Review Magazine, New York City, 1999, The Phoenix, Portland, Boston, 2010, Women Artists calendar 1996-1998, San Raphael, California, The Sciences, New York Academy of Sciences, 1992-1993, (textbook) Artist and Audience, (London) 1996, Dreams 1900-1900, Civil Aeronautics Administration News, 2003: Science, Art and the Unconscious Mind (book), 1999, Wilson Quarterly, 1998, Review Magazine, 1999, Dreamworks: Twentieth-Century Artistic and Psychological Perspectives, 1999, Art a Science Matter, 2010. Works presented in television documentaries including Welcome to Nocturnia, 1993, Women in Art, Time-Warner, Manhattan Cable, New York City, 1993-1994. In books accompanying television show Bill Moyers Genesis, A Living Tradition, Public Broadcasting Service, 1996, Healing and the Mind, 1993.

Membership

Member College Art Association (scholarship 1981).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: nature walks, contemplation, reading.

Connections

Married Los Angeles Lane, April 20, 1975.

father:
Edwin Joseph Selyem

mother:
Ursula Anna (Neustadt) Selyem

spouse:
Los Angeles Lane