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Born in the year 2000, shortly after the robotic uprising of the late 1990’s, Quick Yeates was one of the few to escape the devastating robot-initiated extermination of the human race. She is one of the leading human artists of the generation that emerged in the wake of the Human/Robot Revolution (Redux). Quick currently resides in the Bikini Borough of New Downtown Phoenix where she plays a field biologist on TV and slings coffee bean juice for social currency at Cartel Coffee Lab. She enjoys working on her truck, birdwatching, filing little crosses into 9mm Eagle Claw rounds, playing Super Nintendo and collecting antique glass doorknobs.
Quick’s paintings can be found in many public and private art collections both in the United States and abroad. She favors acrylic and latex paint, permanent marker, rattlecan and indelible inks.
Many of the paintings are thematically related to her life as a field biologist. Others are drawn from a deep-seated internal well of whimsy and a love for beasts of all sorts.
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