Frequently this artist's drawings focus on the irrational devotion of sports fandom. Obsessively creating images through meticulous repetition of statistics, Jamieson seeks to express communal stories while questioning how we define people. He is fascinated by numbers and what they can and cannot reveal. In this drawing he has used only the number "2" to create the drawing of Jane Faut.
Professionally framed to 22" x 25". Available in gallery only at Cedar Lake Studios, 27 Ainslie St. N. Cambridge, ON
‘The Incredible Women of The All-American Girls Professional Baseball League’ by Anika Orrock is itself an incredible record of the women who played in the league from 1943 – 1954. During that time no player dominated like Jean Faut. Regarded as the best pitcher in the league, Faut played all eight years of her career with the South Bend Blue Sox, recording a career mark of 140 wins and 63 losses. Faut holds the distinction of being the only pitching, man or woman, to record 2 perfect games.
Trevor Jamieson studied Visual Art at the University of Western Ontario where he developed a practice of exploring the shared experiences and collective memories of people, places, and times through art. Upon graduation, Jamieson returned to Sarnia, where he teaches Visual Art at Northern Collegiate, but is also committed to continuing his own art practice. His life-long love of baseball and hockey is combined with his art in his unique sports-figure drawings. He is also environmentally conscious and was inspired to action by Naomi Klein’s seminal book “This Changes Everything: Climate Change vs. Capitalism”, Jamieson has begun creating paintings that juxtapose the urgency of our climate crisis with the familiar tropes of popular culture. Additionally he has used collage as a means of reusing and repurposing the ephemera that builds up in our lives.
In 2014 Jamieson began to exhibit his work, and has been included in shows across the province. Jamieson`s work is on display at The Riverbank & Co. in Sarnia, Cedar Lake Studios in Cambridge, and The Sport Gallery in Toronto`s Distillery District. Jamieson has fun collaborating with his young son and will include his daughter as well once she stops drawing on the walls and furniture.