Paintings by Ali featured in Quincy Art Center’s satellite exhibit in Quincy Medical Group building

Peace, acrylic, Zakiah Sayeed Ali

"Peace" is the title of an acrylic painting by Zakiah Sayeed Ali. | Photo courtesy of Quincy Art Center

QUINCY — Recent paintings by Quincy artist Zakiah Sayeed Ali are highlighted in a Quincy Art Center satellite exhibit on display on the second floor of Quincy Medical Group’s 1118 Hampshire building through Dec. 1. Viewing hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Ali is an active member of the Quincy Artist Guild, a published author and a retired physician. Ali has been painting for five years.

In a press release, Ali said, “I paint daily, every night for about an hour to an hour and a half. I have found that this habit is addictive, therapeutic and meditative, in my opinion.”

The paintings on display are watercolors and acrylics of still life, animals, people and landscapes. To purchase artwork from this exhibit, contact the Quincy Art Center at 217-223-5900.

The Quincy Art Center, 1515 Jersey, is a 100-year-old nonprofit organization with the mission to connect people to the power of art by creating opportunities to experience, make and share art.

For further information, visit the location, explore the website at or reach out by calling 217-223-5900.

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