Jacqueline Treloar is an artist and educator. She is a graduate of the Central School of Art and Design in London, England from where she received a Leverhulme Traveling Scholarship to further her studies.
Treloar moved to Northern Italy in 1969 where she worked for twelve years running a textile design studio. Since coming to Toronto in 1984 her work has been presented in exhibitions at the Ontario Crafts Council, the John B. Aird Gallery, the Homer Watson Gallery, the Museum for Textiles, the Art Gallery of Mississauga and The Library and Gallery in Cambridge among other institutions.
She has been the recipient of national and international grants and awards including the Ontario Premier's Award of Excellence and has been the subject of articles in periodicals, journals and books in Canada and the United States such as Fibre Arts, Surfacing, Ontario Craft, Azure, and Toronto Life