Deborah Quincy Egginton
Box 312, Wainscott, NY 11975
Quincy Egginton is an artist, art educator and community member. She is passionate about teaching art to students of all ages and has enjoyed teaching at all levels. As a full-time professor at Mercy College in Dobbs Ferry NY, she developed a BFA program in graphic design. Later she was a visiting artist for the Katonah Museum, taught at the Chappaqua Library and Chappaqua Children’s Workshop. Quincy was an Art Teacher in the Bedford Schools and Katonah Lewisboro School District.
Quincy Egginton earned her BFA at the Syracuse University School of Visual and Performing Arts with a major in Illustration. Quincy attended the Columbia University School of Art before enrolling at Teachers College, Columbia University where she earned a Masters in Education and then a Doctorate in Art Education specializing in Drawing, Painting and Printmaking. As a Teaching Assistant in the Printmaking studio she earned recognition as Master Printer.
Quincy has taught art through continuing education for adults in Chappaqua, Larchmont, Scarsdale; at the Putnam Arts Council, and Westcheaster Community College. She also teaches children art through numerous libraries, The Katonah Art Center, the Chinese School HXNYC, SoFo Bridgehampton and Project Most EH.
Life at the beach has always been the inspiration for her art. Growing up in Lexington MA, she was able to visit beaches north and south of Boston as well as the Cape. She and her husband, Hersey, purchased a home in Wainscott 45 years ago and finally moved here full time May 2021.
Quincy actively participates and exhibits frequently with:
Artist Alliance of East Hampton
The Wednesday Group (East Hampton)
East End Arts, Riverhead
Northern Westchester Watercolor Society
Northern Westchester Artist’s Guild
Katonah Museum Artist’s Alliance
Putnam Arts Council