Painting for over 20 years, Tracey Weil’s work is distinctive for its bold use of color. Unabashed and expressive, Weil’s zest for people and life emerges clearly in bright works thick with paint. Influenced by the vivid color and emotion of Vincent Van Gogh, the whimsy of Dr. Seuss, and the studied abstract landscapes of Fort Lewis College’s Professor Stanton Englehart, artist Tracy Weil’s playful paintings live in a passionate, colorful world. On Weil’s oversized canvases, brightly painted rural-scapes merge with unique figures and tall, vibrant sunflowers. Art grows here, in Weil’s playful but powerful world.
Individual images are available upon request.