Quinta Art Collective

Quinta Art Collective was born out of the shared desire of the five founders, for art and creating.

Quinta Art Collective was born out of the shared desire of the five founders, for art and creating. Looking for a way to bring art work to an audience that understands the passion which goes into each and every piece created. The Collective is made up of five likeminded women with a desire to support and encourage each other whilst learning from one another and the wider art community in each respective discipline;

“With many years’ experience, we are a diverse group of artists with work ranging from fine art, portraits, Fibre art, sculpture and mixed media artwork. Our styles vary but our attitude is completely aligned. It is the fire in our bellies, the passion for our creations and the desire to delight with our work that drives our approach”

Art is subjective and being a collective with a diverse range of disciplines’ allows us to complement each other whilst catering to a range of styles”.

Our members are:

Jessica Dunn

Fine Artist

Jessica Dunn is a British artist living and working in the Algarve.

Born in London into a theatrical family, her journey as an artist began when her late father, performer, Clive Dunn, converted the attic of their family home into an art studio.

In the late 1980ґs her family relocated to the Algarve, where she paints full time in her atelier and holds an annual open studio exhibition.

A prolific painter, working in both acrylic and oils, Jessica’s work focuses on the abstract landscape. Full of light and contrast, her paintings reflect her passion for the beauty of her surroundings. There is a depth and richness in her work, that is both inviting and intriguing.

Jessica has exhibited throughout Portugal, the UK and Europe. Her participation in SIAC – the International Symposium of Contemporary Art, at the Guarda Museum, resulted in an invitation to return the following year and her work remains in the museum collection

Her paintings have been featured in Hello! magazine, Wall Street Journal, World of Interiors magazine, and can be found in private collections worldwide.

Toin Adams


Toin Adams, a renowned sculptress’s based in Portugal works worldwide.

Her work is generally monumental in scale. Materials used include steel, glass, stone, resin, glass reinforced concrete, light and water.

Her commercial commissions can be seen in the Conrad Hilton Algarve and Cabo Verde as well as private commissions worldwide.

Tracy Carson


Tracy Carson studied at Edinburgh College of Art and lived in Edinburgh for many years before relocating to the Algarve where she now works as portrait artist specialising in bespoke portrait commissions in various mediums.

She looks at an image, dissects and then reconfigures it like a jigsaw puzzle. Breaking it down into tonal pieces created by the negative and positive spaces surrounding the sitter.

Tracy works personally with each sitter,to capture their true self, that little spark that makes each art work truly unique.

Jane Preza

Fibre & Digital Artist

In her digital art, Jane strives to translate the landscapes around her into abstract expressions of emotion. Inspired by nature, her aim is to evoke the feelings it stirs within her. Each piece reflects her emotional response to the landscape, transformed into a visual language that invites the viewer to share in the experience.

Jane’s fibre works are textured, tactile, fun, quirky, layered, and bursting with vibrant hues, mirroring the beauty of our inner and outer worlds. Her inspiration comes from the movement and changing colours of the sea, as well as her exploration of portraying emotional expression through symbolism, colour, and shape.

Additionally, Jane’s grandmother was a gifted fibre artist in her own right. When she inherited her grandmother’s loom, she was given a part of her history, a tradition that now intertwines with her own artistic journey.

Andrea M Bird

Mixed Media Artist

Andrea B Designs, is a mixed media and contemporary mosaic artist working with glass, mosaics, alcohol ink, resin and various media to create one of a kind pieces that harness the beautiful light that’s abundant in Portugal.

Shimmery, with a 3d quality you experience a different perspective from each piece from every angle and at different times of the day. Andreas work has shown in Portugal, UK, and China. Trained in silversmith, lampwork, and sculptural mosaics the combination is unique.

Please contact the artist direct for further information and check out Facebook and Instagram page for more images of her work.

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