William Quigley is an American Artist working in New York City and East Hampton. From 1980-85 he attended Philadelphia College of Art, Tyler School of Art in Rome and University of Pennsylvania. Immediately after Graduating Philadelphia College of Art, now University of the Arts, he had his first exhibition with Andy Warhol in 1985 at Henry S. McNeil Gallery. McNeil is one of the leading collectors of Contemporary Art in the United States.
Renowned Artist William Quigley was at it again! Collaborating with The Montauk Beach House for the summer’s Art/Fashion event!
He showcased new paintings, prints and NY Models showcasing a new Skrapper line of Shirts, Sweats, and Swim. An extraordinary “artwork in progress” reinterpretation of the iconic MBH Moai statue also stood tall during the opening.
The heart of Montauk’s social scene, steps from the ocean beach and a stroll to shops, restaurants, bars, and cafés, guests may retreat to one of 33 individually designed guest rooms and to the amazing pool and lounge area.The luxury resort is operated by owner Larry Siedlick with the help of a highly professional team which includes Creative Director Walt Lindveld who was the lead designer of the property.
Musical performances by DJ May Kwok & surprise guests.
The Montauk Beach House
55 S. Elmwood Ave. Montauk