Monday, February 25, 2008

Dean Quigley

copyright 2000, Dean Quigley

The Florida Archaeological/Historical Art of Dean Quigley

A limited two day showing, as part of a statewide celebration of the declaration of the month of March by the Florida Department of State, Division of Historical Resources As Florida Archaeology Month

Please visit for more info!

Where: The Ximenez –Fatio House Museum (Courtyard)
20 Aviles Street, St. Augustine Fl 32084
(904) 829-3575
When : Friday March 7 -1:00PM to 9:00 PM First Friday Art Walk
Saturday March 8-12:00PM to 4:30PM

Dean Quigley’s art is inspired through study of Florida’s fascinating archeological finds, research with scholars in the field and a lifetime of focus on the lifeways of existing Native Tribal Nations. His diverse works have been commissioned by museums and public figures, featured in numerous important books about Florida’s Native Cultures, and appeared in many TV documentaries aired by PBS, A&E Network, and the History Channel, among others. Dean’s vision takes us back in time to a pristine Natural Florida, home to the Timucua, Calusa, Apalachee, and Seminole Peoples.

Having recently relocated to St. Augustine, Dean’s work also reflects the archaeological story of St. Augustine. Her founders, her beautiful streets and architecture, her surrounding natural environments, each with its own spark of life, all find a home on this artist’s canvas. Dean will be on location painting and discussing his work in 18th Century period clothing for both days.

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