Tracy Hutchinson Art Collections
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Artwork by Tracy Hutchinson
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Karlsruhe American High School by Tracy Hutchinson
Bern, Switzerland by Tracy Hutchinson
Karlsruhe Palace by Tracy Hutchinson
Gazing at the Inner Self by Tracy Hutchinson
Mt. Rubidoux Peace Tower by Tracy Hutchinson
Toddler at Two by Tracy Hutchinson
Dog on a Park Bench by Tracy Hutchinson
Port of Bodensee by Tracy Hutchinson
Rhino and Kilimanjaro by Tracy Hutchinson
Victoria Avenue by Tracy Hutchinson
Ellie in Full Color by Tracy Hutchinson
Start Without Me by Tracy Hutchinson
Heron Landing by Tracy Hutchinson
The King on the Mountain by Tracy Hutchinson
Lighthouse Surf and Spray by Tracy Hutchinson
The Glockenspiel by Tracy Hutchinson
Entering Bodensee Harbor by Tracy Hutchinson
Field of Wishes by Tracy Hutchinson
Sunset Dandelion by Tracy Hutchinson
Silence is Golden by Tracy Hutchinson
Bench with a view by Tracy Hutchinson
Alone but not lonely by Peggy Rose
Sent with Love by Peggy Rose
The Living Sea by Peggy Rose
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About Tracy Hutchinson
Tracy Hutchinson, former U.S. Marine, who took up painting in 2013 to spend more time with her artist mother. Tracy is also an avid traveller; Greece, Turkey, Italy, Nepal, India, France, Spain as a pilgrim of the Camino de Santiago, and Peru to trek the Inca Trail. In 2017 she traveled to 11 countries and 20 cities to explore the art of Europa and WWII history. Tracy has been working on a book for some time, although now an artist; she records scenery and her experiences in a sketchbook and watercolor journals.
Tracy is from a family with a long military history, her grandfather was on ship with Lawrence of Arabia, know only as Airman Shaw at the time. The children of military families are known as Military B.R.A.T.s (Bold, Responsible, Adaptable, & Tolerant), and theyâ€™ve adopted the dandelion because its seeds, once blown, travel far and wide just like them. This is one of her favorite subjects to paint.
Tracy was California Arts Club (IE Chapter) featured artist of May 2021, and her art was highlighted during Mental Health Month by San Bernardino Behavioral Health. She is also associated with The Veterans Art Project. https://www.vetart.org
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