Felix F. Quintana (b. 1991 Lynwood, CA) is a visual artist, photographer, and activist best known for his unique style of painting with light. Quintana received a BA in Studio Art from Humboldt State University, where he was awarded the Tom Knight Award for Photography, Presidents Purchase Prize, and Individual Artistic Achievement in Visual Art. Quintana is currently a 2021 MFA Candidate in Photography at San Jose State University. Quintana has exhibited his work nationally and internationally at 111 Minna Gallery in San Francisco, CA, Vox Populi Gallery in Philadelphia, PA, LA><ART in West Hollywood, CA, Vincent Price Art Museum in Monterey Park, CA. Lancaster Museum of Art and History in Lancaster, CA, The Dot Project in London, England, among others. Quintana has taught photography and digital media to inner-city youth across Los Angeles County at Las Fotos Project, Slanguage Studio, Self Help Graphics & Art, artworxLA, and Plaza De La Raza. Quintana is also Vice President of the Lynwood Union Gallery, a non-profit organization in his hometown that highlights local artists and provides free art programing for the community. Quintana currently lives and works in Los Angeles and San Jose, California.