Speaking and Publications

Speaking

Julie’s gentle and dynamic speaking style has been a joy and inspiration to students in elementary, high school and colleges and to adults of all ages. She capably shares her unique painting techniques and is able to guide others through this unique endeavor. But more importantly, Julie is able to poignantly share her experiences in creating visual expressions of her spiritual journey, and delights in helping others engage on a deeper spiritual level through art, discussion, and prayer.

Although she has taught in a wide variety of settings, churches and religious educators have been particularly interested in her speaking and teaching skills.

For information on exhibiting, speaking, and/or teaching, please contact juliemquinn247@gmail.com.

Exhibit/Speaking/Teaching experience

Julie Quinn teaching painting.
Regular contributor of artwork and writing for:
  Ecatechist – founder and editor Dan Pierson. A website dedicated to the education and enrichment of lay
  catechists for the Catholic Church.
Calvin College Worship Symposium – Grand Rapids MI
Second CRC – Grand Haven MI
Woodlawn CRC – Grand Rapids MI
Calvary Baptist Church – Grand Rapids MI
Sunshine Community Church – Grand Rapids MI
Northpointe Christian Schools – Grand Rapids MI
Coit Elementary Schools – Grand Rapids MI
Monroe Community Church – Grand Rapids MI
Bethlehem Lutheran Church – Grand Rapids MI
Orchard Hills Reformed Church – Grand Rapids MI
Kentwood Public Schools – Grand Rapids MI
Fountain St. Church – Grand Rapids MI
GEMS International – Grand Haven MI

Publications

Julie's work is featured in the following books. Links are provided for viewing and/or purchase.

In addition, Unspoken-the Visual Prayers of Julie Quinn will be released later this year through Faith Alive Books. It will feature dozens of images of her work along with her spiritual reflections on the pieces.

Art that Tells the Story
"Art that Tells the Story"
The Father and His Two Sons: The Art of Forgiveness
"The Father and His Two Sons: The Art of Forgiveness"