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Molly Quinn
GRAPHIC ARTIST
Molly Quinn mollyq@spokesman.com (509) 459-5451

Molly Quinn joined The Spokesman-Review in 1991. She currently is a graphic artist/illustrator for the Editorial Department.


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Woman wearing mask with bottle shape to suggest that mental disorders can be masked by other problems, such as alcoholism and drug abuse. Illustration by Molly Quinn
Woman wearing mask with bottle shape to suggest that mental disorders can be masked by other problems, such as alcoholism and drug abuse. Illustration by Molly Quinn
Portrait of Neil Young, musician, harmonica, keep on rocking in the free world... Staff illustration by Molly Quinn.
Portrait of Neil Young, musician, harmonica, keep on rocking in the free world... Staff illustration by Molly Quinn.