If you're an artist, what kind of art do you make?
MooPie is an artist tagline used by Tracy Williams. Tracy grew up in the Adirondack Park of New York surrounded by nature in a small cabin on top of a mountain named Bleecker. Throughout her elementary and high school years at Broadalbin-Perth Central School District she shined as an excellent artist and graduated the year 2000 with an outstanding future artist award in the New York State Art Teachers Association Scholarship. After high school she left for Portland and attended The Maine College of Art for 3 years majoring in painting and drawing. While in the process of moving back to upstate New York she traveled the east coast from Maine to Florida living in different towns and major cities.
During that of her studying in school and traveling she has refined her skills in painting and drawing of different landscapes and landmarks. While encountering different people she was able to use them as models and guides to figure composition. The studying of painting and drawing has profoundly helped in the recognition of hues and composition in a new exploration of photography.
With this new exploration of photography Tracy provides a look at the world in an artistic eye and creates more depth with a poem or phrase. A concentration on complimentary hues of different subjects helps create a composition of unique design. These bright hues are unique in their design in that of creating a piece of artwork. This piece of art is then showed with the artist poem or phrase to help connect a thought or feeling with the admirer.
So come see what I see. Feel what I feel. Think what I think. The MooPie way.
About my artwork
MooPie is a collection of photography accompanied by poems or phrases created by Tracy Williams. These contemporary works of art reflect the everyday beauty caught in a photograph, mostly of flowers and nature. Each photograph is imprinted with a poem or phrase by Tracy to reflect a thought or feeling. These thought and feelings are recorded in an artistic way to connect with the art admirer. I hope you enjoy these photographs and see the unique beauty that I appreciate in everyday life, and connect with the feeling or thought for each of life’s photograph.