Painter of wild things in bold color!
Tracy has turned a lifetime dedication with creating art and a love of animals into a career where she strives to capture the essence and spirit of the animals she paints through bold brushwork, color and strategic use of negative space.
After earning her Bachelor’s degree in Art, Tracy spent several years learning the art gallery business by selling other noted artist’s works, then started her own full time painting career after moving to Colorado Springs in 1994. Her favorite subject matter and best sellers are her dog paintings and she also loves to paint the wildlife and symbols of the Western United States. In the last two years she has added pet portraits to her repertoire after much demand and request from collectors. The popularity of her dog paintings has also drawn attention from the publishing world and her prints are now sold in Home Goods, TJ Maxx, Home Sense of Canada and other retailers around the world.
In 2011 she opened Tracy Miller Gallery, located in the charming town of Manitou Springs, where she also represents other artists of the “New West.” Tracy was recently selected, along with 110 other artists for a new North Light Book, Acrylic Works-The Best of Acrylic Painters. The book was released in March 2014. She was the subject of a feature article in the December 2017 issue of Cowboys & Indians as well as the December issue of Professional Artist.
Tracy has participated in prestigious shows and invitational’s such as The Mountain Oyster Club Art Show and Sale, Western Spirit at the Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum, Representing the West at the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center, Plein Air Fest at the National Museum of Wildlife Art and Icons of the West at Dana Gallery in Montana. She recently closed her gallery to pursue her art full time with the many commissions she now does.
Corporate collections include Newmont Mining Company, Campo Rico in Brazil, Flying Horse Medical Center, Ronald McDonald House of Southern Colorado and Children’s Hospital of Denver all adding her work to their environments.