‘I’m delighted to be invited to exhibit at HMT and support Grampian Hospitals Arts Trust. I have shown work previously at HMT as a new graduate and being in the Theatre brings back happy memories of working as an usherette while I studied at Gray’s. I still find travel and the opportunity to experience new people, places and culture inspirational and this selection of work shows the influence of periods of time spent travelling in Peru, Italy and Spain.’
You can see more of Tracey’s work at her own gallery: Claremont Gallery, 66 Claremont Street, Aberdeen. Tel 01224 596999 www.claremontgallery.co.uk
Award winning local artist Tracey Johnston studied Printmaking at Gray’s School of Art and was a John Kinross Scholar in 1992 spending a period of time in Florence, Italy. Working in a variety of media from, print, paint, mixed media, fresco, ceramics and textiles, Tracey has exhibited professionally over the past 20 years throughout the Uk and abroad and her work is held in many Private and Public Collections.
Her unique work is influenced by travel with references to the classical and ancient worlds. Inspired by history, architecture, the natural world, the human condition and the common language that crosses cultures. Timeless, ancient and contemporary.