Patrick Treacy and His Artwork in TDS’ New Office

published 10/01/2018

We feature a painting - 'Island' by Manitoba artist Patrick Treacy in one of our boardrooms. Watch this interview on the story behind this art piece. 
About Patrick Treacy
Patrick Treacy has been painting and drawing in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada for over forty years. At the University of Manitoba’s School of Art he studied under Ivan Eyre, George Swinton, Richard Williams, Bob Sakowski, and Tom Henderson. Treacy has shown his work in Winnipeg, Toronto, Thunder Bay and Vancouver. His work is in the private collections of the Bank of Montreal, Investor’s Group, James A. Richardson and Sons, and in the public collections of the Winnipeg Art Gallery, the University of Winnipeg and The Manitoba Department of Culture and Heritage. He has received grants from the Canada Council, the Manitoba Arts Council and the Winnipeg Arts Council. Click here to see more artwork by Patrick Treacy.  

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