Tracy Neil Elliss-Brookes

Devon, UK

Artist Bio:

I graduated in 1992 with a poor fine art degree, and for many years after I created very little artwork. I spent my time engaged in the live music scene as a self-employed working musician. I completed art commissions to earn money when I could but always felt disappointed with my artistic success. I moved to Devon six years ago with my wife and son with the intention of reigniting my desire to produce art. I built a basic studio in my garage and started to produce work again. I naturally lean towards landscape art and this was a good starting point. However, over the years my tendency to create abstract work started to creep into my work. I am now currently working mainly as a contemporary abstract visual artist. This is proving to be personally rewarding for me and my current work concentrates on being the conduit for a personal and emotional response to the world around me.

 
 

 

 

Work Exhibited:
‘A Question of Identity’

 
Koh-I-Noor Progresso black pencil onto 250gsm acid free Bristol Board
 
22x34cm
(with frame  33x45cm)
 
The piece is framed.
Natural wood frame stained black.
Glass front.
 
Question Of Identity is a personally pivotal piece of work that has set me on a creative path of self discovery.
Making abstract art helps me to explore my creative process which, in turn, is entwined with my own emotional response to the world around me.

 

£200 plus postage.

 

Please contact Katherine if you are interested in buying this work

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