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W: 315mm x H: 645mm x D: 1mm
W: 12" x H: 25" x D:
Approx. Weight: 3.3kg
This work is
framed (but can be supplied either framed or unframed)
Dancing quietly away on pointed toes,
Storm clouds bow to Heaven’s light.
Radiant clarity breaking through.
Lifting the veil from clouded mind.
Out of darkness enlightenment is born,
Within the wound lies true salvation.
With splendid wings of dancing light,
A divine new beginning takes flight.
Soaring over jeweled lands uncharted,
Crossing seas with sapphires adorned.
Like a seed bursting through the soil,
An undiscovered journey unfolds.
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View all 8 works by Tracy Connell
It was whist studying Graphic Design that my passion for illustration and painting emerged. After graduating I pursued a career in graphic design, advertising and illustration. In my spare time I continued to paint and create.
During the time I lived in the UK, I visited Cornwall in the South West of England. The natural beauty of Cornwall awakened my soul and left me feeling so alive and inspired. I had an incredible need to share this with others. It was at this point that I started painting with a new aim of giving something beautiful and inspirational to everyone who saw the paintings.
Whilst in the UK I became a member of the Society for Art of the Imagination and had the opportunity to take part in several group exhibitions. I returned to my beautiful home country, South Africa in the beginning of 2003, bringing my art with me, and growing ever since. Being surrounded by mountains, forests and the sea, I have a constant source of inspiration!
My work has been featured in both the Odyssey and Renaissance Magazine, and on the TV programs Spirit Sundae and Free Spirit.
Painting is my passion, and this love is carried through every brushstroke!
Graphic Design National Diploma (1991-1993)
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