Artists > Treacy Ziegler

Treacy Ziegler
Paper Cast Sculpture
12x12x4
2021
$450
Treacy Ziegler
Oil on Panel
16x16
2021
$1700
Treacy Ziegler
Oil and gold leaf on panels
27.5x18
2021
$2500
Treacy Ziegler Rhea bronze sculpture black white patina Turtle Gallery Deer Isle Maine
Bronze with black patina and white patina highlights
17"(h)
2015
Treacy Ziegler Owl bronze sculpture black white patina Turtle Gallery Deer Isle Maine
Bronze with
15"(h)
2015
Treacy Ziegler Owl bronze relief sculpture black white patina Turtle Gallery Deer Isle Maine
bronze relief with black and white patina
2015
Treacy Ziegler, artist, printmaker, painter, Turtle Gallery, Deer Isle, Maine, Stonington, Blue Hill, Bar Harbor
monoprint
8" x 8.5"
2012
Treacy Ziegler, artist, printmaker, painter, Turtle Gallery, Deer Isle, Maine, Stonington, Blue Hill, Bar Harbor
monoprint
30" x 50"
2012
Treacy Ziegler, artist, printmaker, painter, Turtle Gallery, Deer Isle, Maine, Stonington, Blue Hill, Bar Harbor
monoprint
13" x 17.5"
2012
Treacy Ziegler, artist, printmaker, painter, Turtle Gallery, Deer Isle, Maine, Stonington, Blue Hill, Bar Harbor
monoprint
39" x 27"
2012
Treacy Ziegler, artist, printmaker, painter, Turtle Gallery, Deer Isle, Maine, Stonington, Blue Hill, Bar Harbor
monoprint
31" x 19"
2012
Treacy Ziegler, artist, printmaker, painter, Turtle Gallery, Deer Isle, Maine, Stonington, Blue Hill, Bar Harbor
monoprint
25" x 50"
2012
Treacy Ziegler, artist, printmaker, painter, Turtle Gallery, Deer Isle, Maine, Stonington, Blue Hill, Bar Harbor
monoprint
37" x 29"
2012
Treacy Ziegler, artist, printmaker, painter, Turtle Gallery, Deer Isle, Maine, Stonington, Blue Hill, Bar Harbor
print
9" x 7"
2011
Treacy Ziegler, artist, printmaker, painter, Turtle Gallery, Deer Isle, Maine, Stonington, Blue Hill, Bar Harbor
print
17" x 21"
2011

"I like to believe that art exists in a state of “without why and just because.” Not in the sense that the art “speaks for itself” as this suggests that art has to fit into the conceptual space of language. And not in the sense of “art for art’s sake” as this alternatively suggests that art exists outside of unity of living experience. Art needs no language; it is tacit. Call it unvoiced; or better, pre-voice.

However, having said that, I, in developing art, must begin at some reference point of experience. I begin with specific space, form, light and shadow in which these elements are evocative and, again, without voice; without a why. I follow this initial reference point, a place, a room, in a certain mood following an aesthetic path rather than a thinking one. My guides along the way are color harmony, composition, and light and shadow. The residual narrative is a trace of the original reference point."

To view more of Treacy Ziegler's work click here>>