Quentin Williamston

Teaching Artist

Brooklyn native Quentin Williamston earned his Masters Degree in Architecture from Hampton University in Virginia. He was a recipient of the Gordon Parks Centennial Scholarship which supported his college studies. Quentin enjoyed a longstanding relationship with Rush Arts Education Programs -- beginning as a young student, progressing to Intern and finally working as a Teaching Artist. He has made a commitment to bringing thought-provoking and inspiring art education to underserved youth. In the summer of 2018 Quentin traveled to Thailand to teach English in several elementary schools. In his own art practice Quentin enjoys working with watercolor, pen and ink. His artwork explores an intersection of abstraction and architectural wonder. Quentin’s artwork was included all annual Rush Education Exhibitions from 2005-2018 at Corridor Gallery in Brooklyn and Rush Arts Gallery In Chelsea. In 2017 Quentin’s work was included in Notes from Abroad at 107 Bowers Gallery in Jersey City, NJ

Quentin Williamston