Paige Quinn (b. 1998) is an artist and self taught oil painter who lives and works in Vancouver, BC on the unceded territory of the Squamish, Musqueam and Tsleil-Waututh Nations. Quinn predominantly works through creating abstracted oil paintings which explore ideas of ecological spirituality, femininity, connection, and grief. Her paintings express personal thoughts and experiences about the natural world as well as touches on themes of ecological spirituality as expressed through the writing of Gary Snyder, Hsiung Hung and Han Shan (the Cold Mountain Hermit). She looks to depict the Canadian landscape as remembered through personal experience and relationship to the land instead of being perceived as a chronology of conquest. By anthropomorphizing elements of nature in her lush paintings, she aims to highlight these relationships and questions our role within them.

Solo exhibitions include Portal Pop-Up Gallery, N/A Gallery and 10 Carden Gallery. Notable group exhibitions include Curator’s Sauna at Canton-Sardine curated by Steven Tong and Steven Dragonn, Last Call at Boarding House Gallery, and
Ghostly at Sweetpea Gallery curated by Sophia Seward. Quinn has participated in artist residencies at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity in 2024, and Artscape Gibraltar Point in 2022.