Teaching Artists

The Lillian Orlowsky and William Freed Museum School at PAAM is committed to year-round programming, taking advantage of the talented artist-teachers who live here and students who are excited to learn from them. These working artists are here to share their excitement, skill, knowledge, and contagious love of creating.

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H. Gene Thompson

H. Gene Thompson is a Pittsburgh-based artist who uses soft sculpture, performance, and interactive sound to highlight unseen narratives, exploring themes of closeness, isolation, confining factors such as gender, social and economic oppression.

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Mark Adams

Mark Adams has degrees in Landscape Architecture and Ecology from the University of California, Berkeley, and has exhibited his paintings and drawings on Cape Cod and the Islands since the 1980s, currently at the Schoolhouse …

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Suzanne Altman

Suzanne Altman is a painter and art educator who earned a BFA from Tyler School of Art and a Masters in Art Education from Pace University.

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Donald Beal

Donald Beal was born in 1959 in Syracuse, NY, and grew up in Westford, MA. He studied painting at the Swain School of Design in New Bedford, MA, and received an MFA from Parsons School …

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Heather Blume

Heather Blume graduated from the University of Florida with a BFA summa cum laude in painting, from the Graduate School of Figurative Art of the New York Academy of Art with an MFA cum laude …

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Thomas Bosket & Rhonda Miller

Thomas Bosket and Rhonda Miller have been teaching together for over 20 years. The students who repeatedly participate in this workshop express that they use the information in their everyday practice, but love the energy …

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Diane Brinker

Diane Brinker spent 30 years designing and leading workshops in San Francisco and the Napa Valley, and in 2009 brought her creative measures full time to Cape Cod.

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Beverly Brodsky

At Brooklyn College, Brodsky studied with Ad Reinhardt and Burgoyne Diller. Even before she graduated in 1965, her watercolors were included in a 1963 World House Gallery exhibition (Madison Avenue) which also showcased Paul Klee …

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Sally Brophy

Sally Brophy has been creating white-line woodblock prints for more than a decade.

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Rebecca Bruyn

Rebecca Bruyn defines herself as an alternative photographer who uses an antique method from the mid 1800’s called Cyanotype printing from images taken with a 35 mm camera and/or a cell phone camera.  

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