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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Rob DuToit

Rob Dutoit received a BFA from the University of New Hampshire and his MFA from Parsons The New School of Design where he studied with Paul Resika and Leland Bell. He also studied for extended …

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Anastasia Egeli

Anastasia Egeli began her professional career at age seven.

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Bill Evaul

Bill Evaul is a painter and printmaker who studied at Syracuse University, the Whitney Museum and Pratt Institute with Jacob Landau and George McNeil.

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Vico Fabbris

Born in Northern Italy, Vico Fabbris was surrounded by art that inspired him and copied works by Renaissance masters. He completed an MFA painting degree from l'Accademia di Belle Arti, Florence. Fabbris lives in …

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Varied Facilitators

The teaching artist changes to cover a wide variety of media and approaches.

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Rick Fleury

Rick Fleury’s minimalist, contemporary style of landscape is widely associated with Cape Cod and coastal New England, with growing recognition nationally and internationally.

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Mary Giammarino

Mary Giammarino's devotion to light and color is evident in her paintings. She has always been drawn to the beauty of nature and plein air painting and creating art directly from nature.

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Michael Gillane

Michael P. Gillane is a multi media artist and educator who loves working with, teaching and learning with young artists. After earning his BFA in printmaking from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Michael completed the Master …

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Lisa Goren

Lisa Goren was born in California and raised in NYC. And yet, she has dreamed of Polar landscapes since she was in her teens. Her first trip took her to Antarctica where she was inspired …

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Adam Graham

Adam Graham spent his early years divided between two of the oldest continuous art colonies in the US; summers in Provincetown where his father was a student of Henry Hensche; and the rest of the year …

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