Tuesday, June 30, 2009

This week at Brush-Paper-Water...


Goldcrest, 1.75" x 2.25" (4.45cm x 5.72cm)
watercolor
Tracy Hall

I can't remember how I came across Tracy Hall's incredible work, but I clearly recall being astonished to realize that her miniatures are often smaller than a standard American business card. Tracy is a very versatile artist -- she paints subjects ranging from florals that are as detailed as botanical illustrations to pet portraits and wildlife scenes, and her illustration work for greeting cards and jigsaw puzzles is packed with charm and filled with delightful details. But it is in painting miniatures that Tracy feels most at home. She has made a stunningly good show in the miniature world, capturing the coveted Gold Memorial Bowl at the Royal Miniature Society show just a year after beginning work in this demanding format.

Please pop over to Brush-Paper-Water to see more of her work.

2 comments:

  1. Dear Chris I read your article in the Watercolor Magazine and must say it's a wonderful presentation of yourself and your work. Bravo! I know Tracy from an artist blog and you are right when you say that her work is fabulous. So is yours. You both should be really proud of your accomplishment.

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  2. Thanks, Christiane. I'm pleased that you like my work and the article and also Tracy's work. Thanks for taking time to comment.

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