Emily Quinn Loughlin is a Park City, Utah native. Loughlin received her B.F.A., with honors, in Fibers from the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) in 2015. Loughlin is driven to digest the waste materials of her community, using reclaimed materials from local businesses in her fine art pieces. Through these as well as her installation and styling projects, Loughlin seeks to create healing within herself and in her community.
〝The goal of my practice is to create objects that spark that courage, curiosity, and joy. I use recycled materials and found objects to show how we can find magic in unexpected places–like the mundane and cast aside. Such visions build the foundation for a courageous, curious, and joyful life.〞
Looking through this lens with courage, curiosity and joy, it becomes natural to seek ways to build a better world together.