Kimmy Quillin (b. 1983) is a painter who draws from symbolic color and narrative in her abstractions. Her works are partially informed by her visual experience of the world unaided by corrective lenses - after she ran out of contacts in 2008, she discovered a preference for her less-than-20/20 vision of the world. This color field reality is reflected in her painting. Quillin lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.
Solo exhibition at Spite Haus, Philadelphia, PA 2020
Solo exhibition, Many Moons, Chinatown Soup, NYC, 2019
Exhibited at Spring Print Collection, West Elm, New York, NY 2019