Tracey's Landscapes In New Exhibition
Tuesday, April 06 2004 @ 09:02 AM UTC
Contributed by: Dan
After a successful portrait exhibition which launched the Worthing Fringe last year, Tracey Thompson returns to the gallery at Worthing Library with a collection of landscapes.
Although perhaps best known for her striking acrylic portraits, which gained her a BA Hons in Fine Art Painting from Northbrook College in 2000, Tracey has been painting landscapes for many years.
In this, her first exhibition dedicated to the subject, she brings together older paintings with new studies, and most of the work in the exhibition has not been shown in public before.
RAG spokesman Debbie Zoutewelle says, "Tracey's dramatic, colourful and contemporary landscapes, many painted en plein air, are full of soul and spirit".
The landscapes have been painted in West Sussex, North Wales and Cornwall, and include work in acrylic and oil paint as well as some drawings
The exhibition is open daily at Worthing Library from Saturday 17th April - Saturday 1st May, when it will be replaced by a taster of work which will be shown during RAG's Artists & Makers exhibitions and open houses & studios which take place during the summer.