Monday, May 04, 2009

Dean Quigley

photo by:Gary McCracken
Art In The Market arttist Dean Quigley with his ever present porcelain palette

Story by Kimberly Blair, Pensacola News Journal

You might see a guy wearing a colonial tricorn hat and garb painting in downtown and the historic district of Pensacola during the next few weeks.That would be St. Augustine artist and Florida historian Dean Quigley, Celebrate Pensacola's artist-in-residence.
He's in town through May 18 finishing a series of 10 museum-quality paintings depicting the 450 years of Pensacola history, from the arrival of Spanish explorer Don Tristan de Luna's ships in Pensacola Bay in 1559 to a downtown scene in 2009.CONT'D


  1. Anonymous05 May, 2009

    Where can you view Mr. Quigley's art?

  2. At this time Dean is prevented from displaying and selling his art outside in the Plaza.

    The visitor information Center here in the city sells prints of Dean's work.

  3. I will be offering one of Dean's painting for sale on ebay shortly.

  4. Anonymous11 June, 2011

    I bought a print from Mr. Quigley and I absolutely love it. He is a very talented man.

  5. Anonymous23 July, 2011

    I fell in love with Dean Quigley's work years ago in Saint Augustine. I treasure my 2 originals. He's an amazing artist and historian!

  6. Anonymous31 July, 2011

    I just purchased a piece of St. Augustine through Dean Quigley's work. He created a beautiful 'one of a kind' beach scene for me. He can be found in Historic St. Augustine. He is worth the visit..He's very talented...