Jim Quine

Education:

• B.A. (Government) Ohio University, 1971
• Master Classes, Photography 1989, 1999
• Maine Photographic Workshops

Certifications:

• Proficiency in Spanish 1983, Proyecto Linguistico Francisco Marroquin
• Federal Photography Certification 1984
• U.S. Office of Personnel Management

Book Credits:

• A Treasury of American Art, The Museum of Arts and Sciences, 2003
• Baracoa, Where Cuba Begins, St. Augustine-Baracoa Friendship Association, 2002
• Cuba, A History in Art, Museum of Arts & Sciences, (SEMC Bronze Award),1999
• Archaeology of Early Colonial Life, Cobblestone Publishing, 1998
• Celebrating Florida, Museum of Arts and Sciences/University Press, (SEMC Silver Award), 1995
• The Splendor of American Ceramic Art, Museum of Arts and Sciences, 1991
• First Encounters, Spanish Explorations in the Caribbean and the United States, University of Florida

Press, 1989

• Artifacts of the Spanish Colonies of Florida and the Caribbean, Smithsonian Institution Press, 1987
• America’sArchitectural Roots, Ethnic Groups that Built America, Preservation Press, 1986
• Spanish St. Augustine, Academic Press, 1983

Magazine Credits:

National Geographic, Scientific American, Archaeology Magazine, Colonial Homes, Southern Magazine, American Antiquity, Arts and Sciences, Jacksonville Today, Folio Weekly, The New Jersey Star-Ledger Sunday Magazine

Selected Exhibitions:

• Gallery Contempo, St. Augustine, Florida, 2000
• Cuba Real, Museum of Arts and Sciences, Daytona Florida, 2001
• Gallery 39, St. Augustine, Florida, 2001

Articles:

• Myths, Realities: Florida and the Caribbean, Daytona News Journal, May 6, 2001
• Florida, Cuba & the Caribbean, Gallery Guide, May, 2001
• Cover Story, Arts and Sciences, Spring, 2001
• An Eye on Cuba, Compass, August 25, 2000