Tyler Quintin was born in Topeka, Kansas. He earned his BFA from Washburn University in 2016. He was a recipient of the Art Department’s Barbara L. Buzick scholarship; a four-year full tuition scholarship awarded to one incoming freshman per year. Although primarily a ceramic artist, Quintin spent his undergraduate years exploring different fields of art, believing that all processes have the ability to inform one anther.
An actively moving artist, Quintin has participated multiple times in the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts’ Educational Assistant program (Gatlinburg, TN), as well as completed internships at Studio 740 (Helena, MT) and at the Archie Bray Foundation (Helena, MT). Previously an Artist in Residence at Studio 831 (Topeka, KS), Quintin is now working out of his home studio in Bloomington Indiana. Quintin has shown work both nationally and internationally at venues such as the San Angelo Museum of Art (San Angelo, TX) and the Archie Bray Foundation. His work is in the permanent collections of the Mulvane Art Museum (Topeka, KS) and the San Angelo Museum of Art.