Tracey Thornton was born and raised in greater London and now lives with her husband and two, young sons in Surrey.
Tracey's family inspire and motivate her to capture moments of sheer joy, that many will relate to, such as: messing about in a meadow in "Butterfly Storm"; or playing hide and seek in a bluebell wood in "Silver and Blue".
Tracey works predominantly in acrylic, collage and mixed-media in a vibrant, contemporary style. Tracey donates a percentage of the value of each piece of artwork sold to charity, calling it, "feel good art in every way".
Current Collection: Butterfly Series
Tracey's Butterfly Series in mixed-media adopts 3-D or 2D butterflies to beautifully represent scenarios, emotions, senses or actions whilst bringing additional movement to this distinctive collection. Pieces include landscapes and abstract work in "First Flight" and embrace colour in a liberated style, rewarding the viewer with a sense of well being.
From July 2016, Tracey has been a resident artist with Flat Space Art, Notting Hill, London.
The Art Agency, Esher, was showing work from Tracey's Butterfly Series from June 2016.
Tracey continues to exhibit locally, and online at 1stdibs, Artsy, Saatchi Art and Fine Art America.
2015: Flags Series including "Union Colour"
2014: Flowers Series including "Sunflower/Motherhood
2013 - current: Personalised, collage, portrait commissions. Recycling magazines into work of sentimental beauty.
September 2017: Blake McMillan Trust "Rainbow Flowers"
November 2016: Flourish Foundation, "Lush"
May 2016: The Children's Trust auction, "Out of the Blue"
LIMITED EDITION PRINTS of Tracey's Butterfly Series are available to order now. Please contact Tracey directly at email@example.com for more information.
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29 June 2019: New Artists To No Naked Walls exhibition
September 2019: Fresh Art Fair Ascot with No Naked Walls
Tracey exhibits locally and online, reaching a global audience. Her work is in private collections both internationally and at home in London and she continues to gain recognition with her latest work entitled "The Butterfly Series" - a pictorial representation of family life.
Tracey's works "Out Of Darkness" and "Blue Hue" were selected to promote the acclaimed New Artist Fair 2017 in London's E1 art district attended by over 6000 buyers and browsers.
April 2019: Tracey contributed a piece of work from her new Abstract Flower series entitled “Bejewelled”, for the Art for Air auction to raise funds for an East London school to provide much needed outdoor play equipment, green spaces and cleaner air projects.
April 2019: Tracey’s work is now shown at No Naked Walls Galleries in Bramley and Chertsey.
March 2019: Tracey became a resident artist with No Naked Walls galleries in Bramley and Chertsey.
March 2019: Tracey showcased pieces from her Butterfly Series at a joint exhibition entitled “Hard Edge Soft Curve”.
December 2018: Tracey enjoys another mention in Tatler for her 3D Butterfly Series work with "Wonder Wall" as the featured piece.
November 2018: Launch of Tracey's product range for Bags & Accessories
November 2018: Tracey is mentioned again in Tatler, this time within "Hearth Of The Home" pages, for her collage portrait work.
October 2018: Tracey's piece "Glowing" as seen in the "Inside Knowledge" section of Tatler magazine
June 2018: Masquerade Ball auction piece: "Four Seasons" open edition prints
March 2018: The Flourish Foundation fundraising at The House of Lords: auction piece of a trio of open edition prints
February 2018: Tracey took a masterclass with the Kindergarten children of Chinthurst School, Surrey, to help raise fund for their new playground by producing prints and merchandise from the painting entitled "Young Shoots"
January 2018: Press event for launch of The Nature Collection wallpaper in collaboration with Flat Space Design
November 2017: "Explosion" A vernissage with Tracey Thornton, Magnus Gjoen, MakArt and Rupert Gatfield, hosted by Flat Space Art. St George's Church, Aubrey Walk, London, W8 7JG