Tracy spent her formative years in a small town in BC. As a teenager, she began working professionally in live theatre, in Kelowna, BC and then Edmonton, AB. This culminated in her organizing music events and a large-scale music and arts festival. Upon moving to Vancouver, she began a career in communications, primarily in health care and health research, and paid her way through art school working as a freelance writer and communications consultant. At the time she was focused on printmaking, large-scale drawing, and creating installations that incorporated photography, found objects and materials, and textile sculptures.


Shortly after graduating with a BFA in Visual Art from Emily Carr University of Art & Design, her life trajectory changed dramatically when her home and studio were lost to fire in 2005. That event was followed by a long-time serious illness. She began making art again in 2008, shifting to small-scale works (paper and fabric), and selling her art online. Recently she’s started shifting back to creating larger pieces.



Emily Carr University, Vancouver, BC - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Visual Art), 2005

Langara College, Vancouver, BC - Fine Arts Diploma, 2002

Malaspina Printmakers, Vancouver, BC - Summer Scholarship, 2002

BC Festival of the Arts, Surrey BC - Poetry Delegate, 2002




Pop Goes East Van, Group Show, Brittania Art Gallery

(also presented in panel discussion on pop art)

Emily Carr University Alumni Art Market, Vancouver, BC



Emily Carr University Alumni Art Market, Prince George, BC

Emily Carr University Alumni Art Market, Vancouver, BC

RAW: Visionary, Vancouver, BC



Etsy Holiday Pop-up Shop, Vancouver, BC

Emily Carr University Alumni Art Market, Vancouver, BC

Etsy Made in Canada Market, Vancouver, BC



Force Fields - An art exhibit in the fight against malaria – Santa Monica, CA (group show)

Love Sick – Redux Gallery, Portland, OR (group show)



One Stitch Forward, One Stitch Back, Redux Gallery, Portland, OR (group show)



Red Deer College, Red Deer, AB – Exhibition of “The Archaeology of Water” (in collaboration with Gordon Trick & poets George Amabile, David Arnason, Dennis Cooley, Robert Kroetsch, and Birk Sproxton)

Emily Carr University, Grad Exhibition



Martha Street Studio, Manitoba Printmakers’ Association, Winnipeg, MB - Exhibition of “The Archaeology of Water”

The Alcuin Society Wayzgoose, Vancouver Public Library, Vancouver, BC


Red Deer College

University of Calgary


Bijan Law Corp.

Various private collections, across North America and internationally