Louisiana native, Allison Hull, is a graduate of Louisiana State University with a BFA in Art History and Studio Art with a focus on Printmaking. Her career, which led into the world of fine art, began during college when she was a student worker in the Archives Department of the Special Collections Library at LSU cataloging Civil War love letters. She moved to New Orleans where she worked as an archivist for wonderful nonprofits, The Historic New Orleans Collection and Save Our Cemeteries. From there she stepped into the art world by working for the Edgar Degas Foundation.

Allison traveled the country for a year until September of 2000 when she landed in New York City. For thirteen years she worked in the New York art world as a personal archivist, collections manager, and logistics specialist with numerous acclaimed artists, collectors, and art institutions including - Arman (Fernandez), Jean Pigozzi, Crozier Fine Arts, Absolut Vodka, and Christie's. She met her partner, poet Ethan Fugate in 2008 and together in 2013 they escaped the big city and moved to Charleston, SC. For 9 years, Allison was the Gallery Director for Hagan Fine Art in downtown Charleston. 

 

 

In the summer of 2022, Allison and her husband moved to Saluda, NC, where she took on the next step in her career by creating her consulting firm Legacy Art Management. Providing the Gallerist's and Archivist's perspective on how to balance the creative time with the business behind the artist for a more success career and legacy.