Artist Statement

Jaynie Himsl uses fabric and a domestic sewing machine to make statements about her environment.  Design classes over the years along with sewing skills practiced for decades provide a firm base for her creativity.  Working intuitively, she uses a variety of construction techniques to complete her original art quilts. 

Jaynie Himsl is an award winning artist whose work has been exhibited in solo and group shows nationally and internationally.   She resides in Weyburn, Saskatchewan.


"May I Have Your Attention Trees" - Weyburn Art Gallery, January-June 2023

"Calendar Pages" - Weyburn Credit Union Gallery  November 2020

"Loose Leaves" - Weyburn Credit Union Gallery  July, August 2017

"Altered Landscapes" - Estevan Art Gallery and Mueum  November 2015

                                   - Weyburn Credit Union Gallery  July, August  2015

Regina Frost Festival Art Walk - 2023

"Sustainability" - Studio Art Quilt Associates, 2022-2025

"Crossroads" - Grand National Fibre Art Association, 2020-2022

​"Still" - Grand National Fibre Art Association, 2019-2020

​"Dimensions" - Saskatchewan Craft Council Exhibition, 2019

​"H2Oh!" - Studio Art Quilt Associates exhibition 2017-2019

selected Group exhibitions

Jaynie Himsl