appreciate: Quentin Jones

Quentin Jones


I am a huge fan of mixed media art; I have featured artists like Leslie David and Francois Marie Banier, who uses the medium of photography and paint to create their works. Illustrator/ model Quentin Jones takes the concept of mixed media to another level. Sometimes she takes her illustrations and paintings and creates films with them; this idea has gotten her high profile gigs with fashion houses like Chanel and Victoria Beckham. Her work is extremely quirky and original. It gives hope to all the people who make collages in their bedroom: you never know, it could turn into valuable art someday.

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One Response to “appreciate: Quentin Jones”
  1. I absolutely ADORE mixed media art – especially those that have a really carefree, cool, collage look 🙂 this is amazing. Thanks so much for introducing her to me!

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