It's difficult to pick a favorite genre in Jacquie's work. The landscapes capture the peacefulness and beauty of Georgian Bay in the summertime in the great tradition of Ontario painters like the Group of Seven. In the figurative works, the solitary figures seem contemplative and lonely, while the multiple figure studies show complicated relationships and undertones among the people. The pet portraits, a more recent series, show dogs with distinct personalities, who are domesticated and sweet yet potentially intimidating and dangerous.
Whether the painting is of a pet, wedding dress, still life, landscape or person, Jacquie's beautifully executed works portray the uniqueness of each subject.
MORE INFO: Jacquie Green's art website
(Images: Rachael Grad)