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Maine resident Quint-Rose has been a practicing sculptor for most of her life. Born in Boston, and self-tutored at a young age,with inspiration from the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Quint-Rose continued her education and graduated with a degree from Wheelock College. She received her MFA from the Milton Avery Graduate School of Fine Arts, Bard College. In the 1960's while teaching at the School of the Worcester Art Museum in Massachusetts, she discovered the possibilities of working with handmade paper and since it has become her primary medium. Dedicated to her art and teaching, Quint-Rose has directed numerous workshops and residencies in design, collage and papermaking throughout New England. She has also given lectures at the University level. Her work has been shown internationally and is in the collections of several corporations and museums, including The Portland Museum of Art. In 1992 she was one of only ten Americans selected to show at the Leopold-Hoesch Museum in Duren, Germany. HONORS & AWARDS *Who's Who in America *MacDowell Colony Fellowship, Peterborough, N.H., (1985-1987) *A,V,A. (Award in the Visual Arts) Nomination, (1985-1987) *Who's Who in American Education, (1989-1990) *Worcester Bi-Centennial Commission: 1976 Poster *Brick Store Museum, Kennebunk, ME     Bertha Barstow Award, 1st place- Oil, 2nd place- Watercolor *Fitchburg Art Museum, Honorable Mention, (1959) *Pittsfield Art Museum   Bertha K. Barstow Award, 1st Place, (1958) *Who's Who in the East *Who's Who in the World

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