Tracey Hollis Rowe
A Contemporary British Landscape Artist based in Lancashire UK, whose main subject is Wild Places & Landscapes
Tracey’s compositions are created from memory, using expressive gestural marks to build layers, texture, negative spaces and form. Intuitive mark making with palette knives and tools, using paints and mediums that are then manipulated until an image emerges.
Echoes of places roamed, mountains hiked and nature explored, translated into a painting the viewer can connect with. A view with a sense of familiarity about it, a place they have been to or somewhere that reminds them of home
Tracey works from her home studio and her main studio in an old grade II listed mill at Creative Spin Studios, Leigh Spinners Mill in Leigh, Lancashire.
The outdoors provides Tracey with a constant source of inspiration and in particular her love of the North UK where she is from.
When she is not in her studio painting she can be found out hiking across the many wonderful ‘Wild Places’ of the North
Tracey’s work has been exhibited in many exhibitions over the years, most recently in the ‘In Manchester’ exhibition at Saul Hay Gallery, Castlefield Manchester.
New Light ‘ Curators Choice’ at Scarborough Art Gallery and her work has just been accepted for the 2nd time in the 2022 Manchester HOME open exhibition.