"On any given day, Quest Skinner may be transforming her latest conversation with a neighbor into a vibrant painting. “My art is an expression of the people I meet,” explains Skinner, a long-time resident at Brookland Artspace Lofts in Washington, D.C., an affordable artist live/work project created by Artspace, which is based in Minneapolis."
- artists can be the "connective tissue" of a neighborhood, The Line, October 06, 2015
"Quest Skinner thought she had a handle on what it was to be an artist — after all, she comes from a family of painters and photographers, and she has sold her artwork out of Eastern Market for 14 years. Then, she moved into Brookland Artspace Lofts in 2011."
- Artist Lofts: Where talent has room to bloom, Washington Post, September 25, 2014
"For 13 years, Washington artist Quest Skinner has been one of the regular vendors at Eastern Market. She’s there with her paintings in the broiling heat of summer and this time of year, when seasonal scents of freshly cut pine trees and hot cider beckon holiday shoppers."
- D.C. artist Quest Skinner’s holiday traditions, Washington Post, December 7, 2011
“In this installment of East City Studios, our occasional series of forays into the private realms of Eastern DC and Gateway artists, I had the pleasure of sitting down with mixed-media artist Quest Skinner. Normally our visits take place in the studio, but Quest is a hard artist to pin down.”
- East City Studios: Quest Skinner, East City Art, December 6, 2011
"People now stop in this area where typically they cut through," says District artist Quest Skinner, who is one of five professionals contributing to the mural. "It changes your environment. Your environment can be luscious even in the darkest of times in the darkest of places."
- A Boundary Redrawn: Edgewood Mural Is Largest Ever in Washington, Washington Post, August 23, 2009