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Tracie L Hawkins

Tracie Lee Hawkins

963 Main Street, Stone Mountain, GA 30083, tleeart7@gmail.com

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Tracie Lee Hawkins is a painter and fiber artist. She creates fine art using stitches and strokes. Her visual art is inspired by nature and historical events using mediums such as oil, watercolor, acrylic paints, and textiles. Tracie studied fashion design in New York City, and after sewing for more than 30 years, returned to her first passion, oil painting. She studied Old Masters style painting under Chris DiDomizio in Atlanta, GA for three years.

Because she pursued her passion, Tracie was rewarded with the opportunity through the Stone Mountain Arts Incubator to open T Lee Art & Design, LLC an art gallery and studio, located in the Village of Stone Mountain, Georgia where she teaches art, displays, and sells her original works. She continues to develop her creativity by painting with several artist groups and organizations in the metropolitan Atlanta, area. She was featured in the International Review of African American Art, Hampton Virginia in 2010, and solo exhibited her historic Obama collection of quilts at the National Center for the Study of Civil Rights and African American Culture, and Alabama State University in 2012.

Tracie has a Masters degree in organizational management and in her corporate career worked as materials manager, and professional trainer for 30 years. She is excited about being a fulltime artist and she continues to explore her path of creativity.

Artist Statement

Creating beautiful artwork has become a new journey for me. While I may start with an idea, I enjoy the creative flow and the feeling of being lost in the transition of painting a picture, or sewing textiles. It is like being in a trance and when I awaken, I have created an extraordinary work of art just in that magical moment. It cannot be duplicated. That is what makes the journey so fascinating and exciting. The completed work is always more than I originally envisioned.
My work is part of my journey and you are invited to join me on my journey.

 

Night Sea Scape by Tracie L Hawkins

 

Chicago City Scape by Tracie L Hawkins

 

An Abstract Vision Under the Sea by Tracie L Hawkins

 

Butchart Gardens by Tracie L Hawkins

 

Butchart Gadens Overexposed by Tracie L Hawkins

 

Christmas 2014 by Tracie L Hawkins

 

Website by Tracie L Hawkins

 

Herman McClenton by Tracie L Hawkins

 

Mount Your Wings Oval by Tracie L Hawkins

 

The Beginning by Tracie L Hawkins

 

Peace 2 by Tracie L Hawkins

 

Cast The First Stone by Tracie L Hawkins

 

Adam's Sins by Tracie L Hawkins

 

Mount Your Wings by Tracie L Hawkins

 

Jimmy on Piano by Tracie L Hawkins

 

Clothesline Gallery Front by Tracie L Hawkins

 

On the table by Tracie L Hawkins

 

Bridges Auditorium by Tracie L Hawkins

 

Along Came Mary by Tracie L Hawkins

 

The Photographers Exhibit by Tracie L Hawkins

 

The Photographers Event by Tracie L Hawkins

 

Jimmy Hubbard by Tracie L Hawkins

 

Gallery QR Codee by Tracie L Hawkins

 

Portraits X Numbers by Tracie L Hawkins

 

The Group by Tracie L Hawkins

 

Reynard Quilt by Tracie L Hawkins

 

First Place Ribbon 3 by Tracie L Hawkins

 

First Place Ribbon by Tracie L Hawkins

 

First Place by Tracie L Hawkins

 

Sonograms and 3D Ultrasounds by Tracie L Hawkins

 

Sonogram by Tracie L Hawkins

 

She is the Democratic Vote by Tracie L Hawkins

 

Congress Women Up Close by Tracie L Hawkins

 

The Congress Women by Tracie L Hawkins

 

Chisholm by Tracie L Hawkins

 

Maxine by Tracie L Hawkins

 

McKinney by Tracie L Hawkins

 

Chisholm by Tracie L Hawkins

 

Logo 2 by Tracie L Hawkins

 

Grant Venerable on Piano by Tracie L Hawkins

 

Marcella Art Talk by Tracie L Hawkins

 

Plastic Space Exhibit 1 by Tracie L Hawkins

 

Plastic Space Exhibit Small by Tracie L Hawkins

 

Queen Perpetua by Tracie L Hawkins

 

Green China Melange by Tracie L Hawkins

 

Toujours Le Papillon by Tracie L Hawkins

 

Hump Day by Tracie L Hawkins

 

T Lee Art Logo Small by Tracie L Hawkins