August 17, 2015
Tracie, no had any idea how design and art will open her world in the most beautiful way. She says that the architecture, the career that made grow up her passion, was the first step on her new way of self-expression.
The pieces of Tracie Cheng, the Connecticut-based artist, are like a peaceful piano, soft, quiet and passionate. Her work allows her to express solutions, left problems behind and find her peace.
I want a calm understanding to be felt, despite what you may never know.
The Cheng attempt is give to every piece that she create, a voice, a real or fictional story with the intention to bring the piece to live in transcendence.
I want to express a richness that cannot be seen and only experienced, so as to draw one in with questions of knowing more.
They are part of the range of materials used in their Tracie artwork.
In most of his work it employs a range of opaque tones, like a slowly autum fall. Cheng, mix her opaque characteristics shades with certain metallic shades bringing to her works a new perspective.
The lines and strokes dictate the new steps for Tracie. She plays depth and space with the structure from a architect who goes taking hands with a fluidity of a river. It’s the natural evolution turned a piece of art.
Creating art quiets my mind and inspires my soul, and my hope is that others can have a similar experience through this art.
The most effective way to summarize the work of Tracie it’s call her drawings and paintings one large and phenomenal anemone full of dynamism, enjoyment and love of shapes, materials, a specific range of colors and the natural course of life, this is what allows her to interact, create and flow amid shapes and lines
Layers and layers of story, encounter, joys, tensions are caked on, each layer just waiting to be known. We shall not ignore its presence. What is visible is not always the full picture, and what is beneath the surface can speak volumes. What is beneath the surface can make what you see what it truly is.
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