“Colour is the universal language of emotions and a tool powerful enough to repair not only spaces but minds. Colour is light and energy, an electric current to the human brain, proven to possess healing properties and the ability to change our thoughts, behaviour and the way we feel for the better.”

Jacquie Comrie

Jacquie Comrie is a Toronto-based multidisciplinary artist whose vibrant body of work intersects contemporary art and wellness at a global scale, using colour as a medium of social impact and mental health.

Whether as murals on buildings, large scale structures, or canvases, her body of work is a dynamic exploration of the science of colour as the universal language of human emotion. Colour has been proven to have a direct effect to human emotion, for which her palettes are consciously designed and orchestrated aiming to cater to mental wellbeing at large.

In such divisive times, and with mental health issues on the rise across the globe, her work aims to contribute to much needed spaces of mental elevation and reset, to ultimately help improve quality of life of all individuals- one wall at a time.



Wynwood Walls, Miami

Glossier Inc.


Wynwood, Art Basel Miami

Tabacalera Madrid, Spain

Somos Malasaña, Madrid Spain

Metrolinx Transportation

Crosslinx Transit Solutions

Casco Viejo, Panama City Panama

Nueve Art Urbano, Mexico

City of Queretaro, Mexico

National Institute of Culture, Panama (INAC)

Working Women Community Centre

Toronto Public Library

The 519

Leave out Violence Toronto

Bell Canada

Art Starts

Jessie's - The June Callwood Centre for Young Women

City of Toronto


AIS Downton East

Little Italy BIA Toronto


Rockaway Beach, Queens, New York

Sweet Water Dance and Yoga Studio, New York City, USA

Furniture Bank

City of Toronto


Michael Garron Hospital, Oncology Wing

Michael Garron Hospital, Quality and Innovation Department

City of Toronto

Women's College Hospital]

Church- Wellesley Village BIA


National Institute of Culture, Panama (INAC)

National Gallery of Panama, Panama


Alliance Media Canada


Telus Communications

Toronto Alzheimer’s Society


Ryerson University, Ted Rogers School of Business


Centennial College



2013 1st National Prize Winner, Roberto Lewis National Fine Arts Competition. Panama City, Panama