Photos from the opening reception Previous Next All photos in this section by Natalie Schrik Jamie Treacy’s Included Works It’s About Finding A Place to Disappear-Edit acrylic on two joined canvasses, 62″ x 72″ | 2019 Improvised Aperture for a Damp Wind acrylic on canvas, 48″ x 36″ | 2019 As Latency Ends (2019 Remix) acrylic on canvas, 36″ xRead More →

I’m very excited to announce that I was accepted into a juried exhibition at the Painting Center in NYC! The theme of the show seemed perfectly designed for me. Each artist was selected because they are also educators. Show details: July 18-August 10 RECEPTION: THURSDAY, JULY 18, 6 – 8 PM (I will be present!) The Painting Center 547 WestRead More →

The phrase “If We Witness Growth” began as the title of an abstract drawing I created in 2017. The phrase stuck with me and I knew the idea of “witnessing growth” was worthy of further exploration in my landscape paintings. Writing the titles for my artwork is important to the process because it places the work within a larger story—it’sRead More →

Acrylics

Join Jamie for a presentation of new acrylic paintings and a look at intersections of realism and abstraction in nature and exploring ways color can summon emotion. Artist Talk: Saturday, August 4th, 4 to 5:30 pm SHOH Gallery 700 Gilman St, Berkeley, CA 94710    Gallery is open Wed-Sat 12-6pm     Gallery phone: (510) 504-9988  Gallery website: shoharts.comRead More →

“When a golden blob ascends to meet her, she doesn’t move to meet it. But she doesn’t flee either. The sweetness she smells and its gentle movements are soothing and non-threatening. When it communicates with her, asking question after question, she hesitates.  It doesn’t take long for her apprehension to shift to delight. What good questions it asks.  She tellsRead More →

Over 30 mixed media works on paper inviting the viewer to an internal world inspired by unfamiliar and unknown life. Treacy uses the media of cut paper, acrylic painting and myriad drawing tools to create highly textured and vivid surfaces. The exhibition is curated by Charmin Roundtree-Baaqee and is the culmination of two years of dialogue between artistic and curator. Read More →

Oakstop Gallery 1721 Broadway (2nd Floor) Oakland, CA 94612 A group of works on canvas and paper created over the past three years.  The mental escape of California and Michigan’s forests serve as a starting point in the artist’s altered and uncanny vistas that consider the changes in our environment and abstraction within plant life. Exhibition runs from September 12 to OctoberRead More →

May 1 to June 20 | BETTI ONO GALLERY Mixed media paintings on panel and drawings on paper of invented landscapes and liquid-scapes populated with beings that are both gnarled and permeable. Opening reception: Friday, May 1 | 6 to 9pm Artist talk: Saturday, May 16 | 2-4pm First Friday catalog debut: June 5 Official Satellite Exhibition for Pro ArtsRead More →