Jean Quintana

Title: Author and Artist
Company: Grace Harbor Studio
Location: Santa Maria, California, United States

Jean Quintana, author and artist at Grace Harbor Studio, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in creative painting and writing.

Ms. Quintana boasts several decades of experience as a creative artist and author. While she specializes in painting and mixed-media art, she is also well-versed in sculpting and creating custom furniture for customers and clients. As part of her vocational endeavors, she founded Grace Harbor Studio in 2010 as a means to showcase her elaborate portfolio. Furthermore, as a well-renowned artist in her community, Ms. Quintana’s pieces have also been featured in galleries and locations throughout California, including the Cypress Gallery in Lompoc, the Los Olivos Gallery, and the Valley Art Gallery in Santa Maria. 

Adjacent to her artistic pursuits, Ms. Quintana is an accomplished author. In addition to numerous poems and scholarly articles, she most notably authored “Soul Therapy: A Game of Intuition” in 2012, which was published by Balboa Press. The book serves as a helpful tool to help readers improve their intuition via a series of thought-provoking games. Ms. Quintana has also taught seminars and performed as a public speaker, offering advice and discussions pertaining to her fields of expertise. 

Having been largely influenced by her late grandfather, who was an exceptional artist in his own right, Ms. Quintana was fascinated by the arts from a young age. To wit, she has always held a sincere interest in portraying herself and her emotions on a canvas or on the pages of a book, in the hope of also touching the lives of others. As part of her dedication to her professional endeavors, she participates as a member of the National Museum for Women in the Arts. Furthermore, Ms. Quintana remains active as a civic-minded citizen, regularly volunteering with the Friends of the Santa Maria Public Library Charity and as an art coordinator for the Ian M. Hassett Art Foundation in Orcutt, California.

Over the course of her career, Ms. Quintana has largely attributed her success to her perseverance and willingness to pursue her dreams. In light of her many accomplishments, she is grateful for the many opportunities she has had to express herself openly and honestly. Furthermore, she is most notably proud to be a mother and grandmother. In the coming years, Ms. Quintana looks forward to continuing in her artistic pursuits. 

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