Kelly Quinn is a New York native currently living in Atlanta, Georgia. She is a Master’s Candidate at Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health. Her concentration is Behavioral, Social &
Health Education Sciences. She is interested in digital health and human rights, hopes to earn her PhD and teach at the university level.
Kelly has been an artist since childhood. She was exceptionally interested in a variety of mediums and has since found her joy in mixed media. Cartooning, pottery, and print manipulation are all in her wheelhouse. Her current work is saturated, eclectic, and exploring the beauty of
the female form.
When she is not studying or painting she can be found hiking with her dog, Dakota, in GA’s gorgeous mountains, reading, weightlifting, and spending time with friends (high priority if they too have pups).
Fun fact: She was a professional bartender in NYC for nearly 8 years and is a cocktail encyclopedia.