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 completing a Bachelor of Arts at UC Berkeley, studying Civil Rights History, Jazmin Quill earned a double masters from the London School of Economics and the University of Essex. After being awarded a Human Rights Fellowship with Amnesty International, she taught psychology at Stanford University, became a Resident Fellow and Assistant Dean. She won the Dinkelspiel Award and became Artist-in-Residence at Stanford, where a permanent installation on campus grew into an international human rights exhibition. Having served as a consultant with Accenture, she continues to offer consultations in higher education on a project basis. Jazmin is a board member of the "Live Deliberately" essay contest at the Institute at Walden Pond. She is happily involved with the 'Fabulous' app based out of Paris, France, dedicated to helping individuals create an authentic and well-lived life. She works from her art studio on the ocean in Northern California.