Bio

Biography

   Jamie is an artist and educator from Regina, Sask.  Graduating in 2010 from the University of Regina with her BFA in Ceramics,  she received a scholarship from the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts. Since then, she has been sharing her passion of all things creative with students of every age from Regina and its surrounding communities. She has been Artist in Resident for Mackenzie Art Gallery, Sakewewak First Nations Artist Collective, and the Regina Public Library.  She has children's classes through the Moose Jaw Art Gallery, Neil Balkwill Community Center, 4Cats  Art Studio, and has been teaching adults how to drink creatively through Paint Nite, as well as teaching private pottery lessons from her home studio. 

   Her passion for sharing arts with the community is as equal as her passion for creating it. Working from her home studio, she creates works for both private commission and public shows. Using humour, irony, and vibrant colours to convey complicated or even sensitive narratives and ideas, the pieces often contradict expectations.

   She currently resides in Regina with her two small children, and high flying husband.