About the Artist
Jazmin Quill is an abstract expressionist who works with corroded metal, sand, and found objects. Her artwork shares an affinity with the Art Brut and Arte Povera veins of abstract expressionism. After her Bachelor of Arts at UC Berkeley, she move to England for graduate school, earning a Master of Arts in Human Rights from Essex and Master of Science in Organizational and Social Psychology from the LSE. She taught psychology at Stanford, where she became a Resident Fellow, Assistant Dean and Artist in Residence. Permanent installations of her artwork can be found in countries across the world.