is a Canadian artist. She studied Studio Arts at Ontario College of Art & Design in Toronto, Nova Scotia College of Art & Design in Halifax and at the University of Guelph.
“These paintings are the result of broad paring down in my studio and practice. I’ve challenged myself to present only what it essential in terms of material, image, rendering and scale. Paintings are worked and reworked with a great deal of erasure and reductive building. As I’m painting I’m distilling an image down to a very small moment. This way of working is in some ways more responsive, slow and less predetermined than I’ve done in the past.”—Jaclyn Conley
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