that I felt I must share.
I have been following Tracey’s work for years and delighting as it gets better and better. Her use of color is astonishing and her composition is delightful and yet mysterious!
Someday I am going to own a Tracey Physioc Brockett.
“On my Home Health visits I see the effects of war, the wearing down of age, the ravages of disease, the entropy of life. As well as stories of pain and loneliness, of loss, there is love, joy, beauty and above all hope. Sometimes when I am tired and overworked, I forget to look out the window as I drive, to see the sights. Sometimes, as when I am working with a profoundly deaf woman, it is the light streaming through an old window pane and onto a glass ornament that can spark us to look deep into each other’s eyes. At night, when I am exhausted I ask myself, is this all there is? To eat and sleep and get up and do it all over again, to dress and wash and settle people for the day? Is there a future for this planet where we have done such wonderous things, where there is so much incredible beauty that it makes me hungry for it, even as it is plundered and disregarded, where so many people are taken advantage of, or, worse, ignored? Then I pull out my colours and let my mind quiet, and I paint for all the hurt and beauty of the world. I can not know if it is enough for the future, but it is enough for the NOW.”
~Tracey Physioc Brockett
Tracey Physioc Brockett
For more work see her website at http://www.physioc.com/, and for mer musings, see her blog at http://physioc.blogspot.com/
Slow Turn diptych, 38 x 50 inches acrylic and oilstick on paper, 2012
Diagram B; Tennis
30.5 x 31 inches
acrylic and oilstick on paper, 2012
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