Edwina Caci

A portrait painter and multi-media teacher of adult art classes since 1970, she received her education at the Hornsey School of Art in London and has broadened her skills in multimedia, life drawing and painting at the Boston Center for Adult Education. She has taught at the Quincy and Abington Art Associations and the William Henry Gallery in East Milton and is currently teaching multi-media art at the Excalibur Art studio in Quincy, with the Braintree and Quincy Art Associations and at Custom Art Framing in Norwood. Her work is in the permanent collections at the Excalibur Gallery and the Little House Gallery in Wilton, CT, as well as the City of Quincy; Mayoral portraits, Cambridge District Court; justices portraits, Parkway Methodist church; past and present ministers. She has received nine ‘Best of Show’ and nineteen ‘First Place’ awards to date. A member of the Copley Society of Boston since 1991, she became a Copley Artist in 1996. Edwina was a recipient of the 1994 Mary and Richard Schroeder Award for excellence in portraiture. She is presently a Copley Society Portrait Artist for commissioned work and is a member with the Milton Art Museum, Braintree, Quincy, Weymouth, Milton and Duxbury Art Associations.