June 2018


What an exciting time the month of June is turning out to be! Thank you to everyone who visited me during Norfolk Open Studios. I’ve so enjoyed meeting lots of new visitors this year and I do appreciate how much effort it takes travelling all over the county seeking out the studios taking part.

In-between Open Studios I’ve been busy adding the finishing touches to the paintings and getting ready for my second solo show at Creake Abbey Cafe in North Creake, NR21 9LF.  ‘Norfolk Horizons’ openings on the 13th June and continues all through the summer until the 16th October. This exhibition features several  large and medium scale artworks exploring the theme of coastal horizons.

Tracey Ross exhibition – Norfolk Horizons from Tuesday11th June to Tuesday 16th October

‘H20 The Art of Wet’ 5-29th June is now on, featuring 18 artists exploring the theme of water. This diverse show is well worth seeing and my recent painting ‘Tear the Heavens Open’ has been a key piece for taking my practice further with regards to the marks, textures and tension I’ve created within the work.

Mixed media on canvas. 157 x 107cm. Framed
‘Tear the Heavens Open’ 150x100cm Seascape

Just about ready for running the first of my art workshops at Burnham Overy Staithe village hall. Both my workshops are now full but I aim to hold some more if I have enough interest – so do get in touch if you’d like to explore mixed media.

Art workshops at Burnham Overy Staithe