Autumn G. Quigley is a freelance illustrator working and living in the Pacific Northwest. Her work is primarily inspired by nature and folkways and seeks to examine human’s relationship with the natural world. Her work for children draws from her own childhood in an off-the-grid cabin in the woods recreating and reimagining this liminal space. She has BFA from Emily Carr University of Art and Design with an emphasis in illustration and a BA in Creative Writing from Western Washington University. 




Snail Mail: PO Box 1651 White Salmon, WA 98672



2017 Simon Chang Award

2017 Gordon and Marion Smith Scholarship

2016 Emily Carr Academic Award for Academic Excellence

Selected Exhibitions:

2018 The Show, Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Vancouver, B.C.

2018 Strange Creatures, The James Black Gallery, Vancouver, B.C.

2018 Vol. One, Beaumont Studios Gallery, Vancouver, B.C.

2018 The Bee-Holder. Mayer Gallery Marylhurst University Portland, OR.


AniChe Cellars

Rose City Midwifery


Snowbrush Herb Festival

ME Jewelry Company


Flora Garden and Home, Beacon, NY.