Jamie Dalglish (born 1947 in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania) is an American painter. He attended the Cincinnati Academy of Art and Rhode Island School of Design and standard a 2006–2007 Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant. He has exhibited in galleries including O.K. Harris, Match artspace, Barbara Braathen, and Florence Lynch. Dalglish's morphoglyphs have been cited by art writer Lee Klein, among the works of Jackson Pollock and David Reed, as ration of the trans-filmic plus into the art of Hyper-texture. He was included in the exhibition "I colori del rock," which ran in 2009, from January 29 through March 3, at Pavesi Fine Arts in Milan, Italy. When Dalglish first moved to New York City, he was a housemate of David Byrne, the former Talking Heads help singer, solo musical artist, and visual practitioner. Byrne moved to New York in May 1974.