Tracey Harrington-Simpson - Fine Artist

Tracey Harrington-Simpson

Ula, Mugla - Turkey

 
 
 

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Tracey Harrington-Simpson

Ula, Mugla - Turkey

Tracey Harrington-Simpson - Fine Artist

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About Tracey Harrington-Simpson

Welcome to Female Contemporary Art: a diverse portfolio of works by taiche.

My artwork is eclectic in style and theme and ranges from cute through dark, from political to satire, from realist to abstract. My style is influenced by mood and subject: I paint an image how I see it. I embrace my diversity and the fact that I am able to paint a subject in more than one way.

My hobby became a professional concern in 2008, and my work style and portfolio have been growing steadily since then. I showcase my works as custom orders on Etsy and have an extensive range of goods available as Print on Demand Gifts on Redbubble, Zazzle and 3DRose. Just search for taiche.

I held my first solo exhibition in June 2009 at the The Culture & Art House, Akyaka Turkey.
My second solo exhibition was in June 2011 at the The Culture & Art House, Akyaka Turkey.
My third solo exhibition is scheduled for June 2011 at the The Culture & Art House, Akyaka Turkey.

I am a supporter of equailty in every sense and every year I have donated works to be auctioned for charitable events. To date I have supported the cause of the Derbyshire Rainbow Fringe Festival and Rainbow Routes. These works, acrylic on canvas, were exhibited during the Festival September 24th to October 3rd 2010 and auctioned as part of the Festival proceedings in October 2010 and 2011. A further four works were donated for charitable causes in 2012. I am currently working with Rainbow Routes with respect to 'The Rights of The Child' Project. I will be illustrating a workbook aimed at 5-14 year olds. The remit is that the illustrations should be colourful and accessible and will be provided in both book format and CD to UK schools.

In August 2012 I was commissioned by the Kaptan June Sea Turtle Conservation Foundation of Dalyan, Turkey to illustrate an educational book for on the lifecycle of the endangered Loggerhead Turtle. The book will be published in 2013.

Tracey Harrington-Simpson is a member of PINK POETRY inc.Love Those Breasts and supports every effort to increase Breast Cancer Awareness.

I hope you enjoy looking at my work as much as I have enjoyed creating it. My artwork is a gift as unique as you are!

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(. (.` Blue skies and Soft Landings .Taiche

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Halloween Skulls and Skeletons

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Death's heads are found throughout art history. Throughout history, images and representations of skulls and skeletons have been seen in art all across the world. Yet when one looks more closely at the progression of these images throughout time, specifically the 20th century, it becomes evident that skeletons have become steadily more frequent in art, and thus have come to have less of an impact on the viewer as was originally the case – an almost desensitization of the representation of death. World War II and its skeleton related propaganda brought a new appearance of skeletons to the art world, and the modern art era utilized this new appearance, incorporating skulls into all sorts of art. Skeletal art is not limited to the United States, however, and is in fact more prevalent in greater death-accepting societies like Mexico. Wherever skeletons show up in art, they are a constant and obvious reminder of man's most tangible aspect - our mortality. The most common symbolic use of the skull is as a representation of death and mortality, but has changed with modern times as in clothing most skulls are designed for fashion rather than the historical symbolism.

Tracey Harrington-Simpson - Human Skull Vector Isolated
 

Human Skull Vector Isolated by Tracey Harrington-Simpson

Tracey Harrington-Simpson - Gamaun The Prophetic Bird
 

Gamaun The Prophetic Bird by Tracey Harrington-Simpson

Tracey Harrington-Simpson - Embracing Death
 

Embracing Death by Tracey Harrington-Simpson

Tracey Harrington-Simpson - Reflections of Death after Gilbert
 

Reflections of Death after Gilbert by Tracey Harrington-Simpson

Tracey Harrington-Simpson - A Pyramid Of Skulls after Cezanne
 

A Pyramid Of Skulls after Cezanne by Tracey Harrington-Simpson

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