'Art is far too important to be confined within galleries alone, and our environment desperately lacks the humanising force of the artist's imagination'
In her artist's studio, Tracey maintains the development and expression of her own artistic ideas and responses. The creative momentum generated supports the process of developing proposals for commissioned work.
works in a wide range of materials to produce ambitious artworks for
public spaces. Many works are made in collaboration with other artists
and design professionals such as Landscape Architects. The body of commissioned
works with which Tracey has been involved includes a wide range of artforms
such as sculpture, mosaic pavements, sculptural signage, seating, gates
and fencing, archway features, school playground design and play structures.
Materials include stainless steel, copper, neon lights, bronze, cast
concrete and GRC (glass reinforced cement), reclaimed objects or found
materials, fired hand-carved bricks, stone, pebbles, linoleum, plastics and vinyl.