The exhibition is a retrospective and sale of work dating from 2000 until winter 2013 with pieces in oil, acrylic, watercolour and mixed media.
My art practice is an instinctive response to the natural, built and social environments linked to the people and places that have made a strong impact on my life. I strive to capture in my work the high emotional response inspired in me by my subject matter working with the memories embedded in powerful local environments.
Work is highly layered with a marked sense of colour, texture and strong graphics. Images are recordings of my experiences with the personal world I search for and choose to surround myself with working a concept which develops and builds as I progress. I have just returned from July in Palermo and many of the sites with which I have a great attachment have been carefully restored while others are left to abandon and decay. The pieces exhibited become documents of a particular moment in time forever sealed
Telegiornale, Omni television, interview with Laura Daprile, June 11, 2014
Artoronto, essay Gary Michael Dault-Jacqueline Treloar: Exaltation, May 2014. READ HERE.
Artoronto, essay Emese Krunák-Hajagos, 2014. READ HERE.
Jacqueline Treloar interview: Theatrical textile art, February 5, 2014. READ HERE.
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