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Phyllis Andrade | Collage
& Mixed Media

I have made art all my life, always drawing and sketching. Early on I discovered printmaking, mostly making monoprints. Gathering materials to apply to my prints gradually led to using my older prints in collage form. I love combining images that seem to have no relationship. Once things are down, a dialogue develops between myself and the work till I’m pleased. I hope students and viewers can create their own narrative and enjoy!

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Tony Andrade | Painting
& Photography

I make images with paint, paper, canvas, cameras, computers and a deep love of art. I enjoy making art as much as I can. Always trying to find a new way to touch people whether through nostalgia, narrative, figurative or abstract approaches.The response from students is what excites me the most about teaching. I strive to have them as excited about making art as I am. Whether abstract or realism, make the images come from down deep.


J. Morgan Davis | Painting

Morgan Davis holds a Bachelor of Arts from Eastern Nazarene College and has studied classical drawing and painting at numerous fine art facilities in Boston and the south shore area, such as the Museum of Fine Arts, Mass College of Art. She has taught art classes at Quincy College, Quincy Art Association, independent workshops and
from her fine art studio in Rockland.

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Laura Glassman
Explore The Arts!

I'm a 2009 graduate of Massachusetts College of Art and Design, where I majored in art education. I have experience teaching in both private and public schools. My favorite medium is charcoal and pastel. I love drawing because all you need is a paper and pencil and I can do it anywhere. I carry a sketch book everywhere I go just in case I get the chance to capture portraits and wild life.


Sue Hoy | Clay & Children's

Sue is a Milton artist working in

various media. Sue teaches ceramics and painting classes for children and adults. Watching students discover the endless creativity that clay provides keeps her happy. Sue has a BFA from UMASS Dartmouth, and has studies at the Museum of Fine Arts. Sue is a member of the Dedham Square Artist Guild and was chosen to paint one of 15 fiberglass rabbits for the Dedham Public Art Project. 

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Rose Igoe | Clay 

Rose has been an Art teacher for more

the past 30 years.  She has taught in the Boston Public schools, Ceramic studios and the Museum of fine Arts. "My life is full of Art and one of my life's greatest joys is to encourage the creative spirit."

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Mary Kenny | Pottery/Clay

I make figurative sculpture in clay using various handbuilding techniques. I sometimes incorporate other materials such as wool roving, paper mache, even live plants. My inspiration is the animal kingdom, all aspects of nature and clothing. Humor is an important element and I bring that to my teaching. I have degrees from Umass Dartmouth and California Institute of the Arts and I am a resident artist and instructor at the Harvard Ceramics Program. I also teach at Mudflat Studios in Somerville and The Umbrella Arts in Concord, MA.


Kris Kreitman | Oil Painting

Kris is a very passionate and talented artist as well as a valued member of the QAA team. His presentation of ‘Techniques of the Old Masters’ is a favorite among artists in and around the South Shore. Kris takes pleasure in demonstrating various phases of his presentation to novices and fellow artists alike. Kris is a graduate of the Art Institute of Boston and continues to enjoy exploring and experimenting as he creates his artwork.


Yvonne LaMothe | Mixed Media
& Watercolor

Yvonne's work reflects her encounters with the natural world. She uses watercolor and oils to express her joy as she experiences her environment. She is a retired, certified K-12 arts educator with National Board Certification. Her paintings are now being shown at Galatea Fine Art,SoWa, with Shared Habitat Earth and Quincy Art Association.

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Rebecca Lampert-Egan 
Children's Storybook Art

Always living in Quincy I am a graduate of QPS and Eastern Nazarene College. I earned a degree in Interior Design at Newbury College. My artistic endeavors dance around the fine arts in jewelry making and tablescaping. Teaching preschoolers ignited my passion for the art of illustrated books. I was then excited to create programs where children could disassemble and reassemble story book elements and ideas to make original works. I

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Dan Myers III | Figure
& Portrait Sculpture

A native of Kansan. Dan has the unique distinction of producing award winning art in three different media: drawing, painting and sculpture (terracotta & plastilina) and has won numerous awards for all three..In 2008 Dan won Best in Show at the annual Quincy ArtsFest for his sculpture. An excellent instructor, many of his students have won awards. Dan is a graduate of

Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts.

He specializes in the human figure.


Isabel Shamitz | Oil Painting
& Drawing

Isabel’s oil painting classes at the QAA are open to all levels exploring all facets from value to gathering photos for reference. Her love of Boston’s scenery is evident in many of her works. Isabel attended the Corcoran Museum in Washington, D.C., has a B.F.A from the University of Maryland, a Certificate from the Art Institute of Boston, and has studied under Robert Cormier of the Boston Artist Guild and at the Museum of Fine Arts Extension School. 

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Maureen Vezina
Oil Painting (Plein Air)

Maureen is a Copley Society of Art Artist Member and has been a juried participant in theBoston Guild 5 of the last 6 years. She received First Place in oils for the painting, "Duchess" and the Kelly Cobble Award, "Best Walk - Shore Walk" at this year's QAA Artfest."I am delighted to have this opportunity to share what I have learned during the creation of hundreds of plein air paintings in all seasons and weather."

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Marco A. Vizcarra

I’m a self-taught painter. The themes of my paintings navigate a wide range and are nourished by natural beauty, the splendor of colors and shapes, dramatic contrasts, and the inexhaustible scenery of nature. My watercolors also include urban land-scapes, architectural details, seascapes and forest scenes. The exploration of techniques never ceases to amaze me. I think that through painting we honor all the wonders that exist in our habitat.

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