Saturday, March 29, 2008

Eastern Market Artist Quest Skinner Featured on Cover of Washington Post's Sunday Source

Artist Quest Skinner, who exhibits at Eastern Market's Sunday and Saturday Market Festival, an Arts & Crafts Fair is featured on the cover of this Sunday's Washington Post Source Magazine, dated 30 March 2008, as staff writer Dan Zak explores "Art on a Budget The Secret to Starting a Great Art Collection? It's Not a Fat Bank Account".

An art teacher for three area community centers, price ranging from $20 to $200 to the thousands, 30 year old Quest's "tips" can be found on page 2 of the article.

Painter Quest Skinner, who I have sometimes captured at Eastern Market says that "... discounts will be given to all who bring the article to Eastern Market on Sunday between the hours of 9am and 5pm".

Quest can be found at Eastern Market on Saturdays and Sundays. Or visit her at myspace. Email at questskinner636@hotmail.com. Or call 202-415-6684.

Click the above photo by Juana Arias of The Washington Post t oread the entire article.

3 comments:

quest said...

Thanks for the love..
Hope to see you at the market soon..
Quest Skinner

madeline said...

Quest, How can I contact you? I am hoping your are available to lead a workshop at my school's A.R.T.S. Day?

Pine Crest Elementary School of Silver Spring, Maryland is in the process of planning and implementing A.R.T.S. Day for its children for November 4, 2009. A.R.T.S. – Art Rocks the School Day would be a day in which guest artists would come to our school and engage students in learning new and varied art forms.

I hope you are interested!
Please contact me.
Madeline Taylor, A.R.T.S. Day Coordinator
madtaylor.taylor@gmail.com

Unknown said...

Hi quest! I bought a painting from you this summer and I love it....the only problem is the wood is warped ...what can I do?