Canadian artist Jamie Drouin (b. 1970) is known for his contemplative and minimalist artworks influenced by the natural world.

Drouin combines the traditions of still life with the aesthetics of post-minimalism, leading the viewer into experiences of stillness and introspection. His deliberate use of small-scale artworks not only breaks from the conventions of contemporary art, but functions to create a charged and private experience between the viewer, the visual tactility of the material surfaces, and the wall it sits on.

Drouin’s visual art has been featured in solo exhibitions in Japan, Hong Kong, Canada, Germany, and Kazakhstan, while his parallel work as a composer and sound artist has been featured at international venues such as the Henry Art Gallery, Biennial of the Americas, Mutek, and TodaysArt.

In 2001, Drouin co-founded Infrequency Arts with artist Lance Austin Olsen as a platform for publishing their collaborative works in both sound and visual art.

Jamie Drouin lives with his wife in Oak Bay, BC, traditional territory of the lək̓ʷəŋən peoples.