Tracey worked in ICT 10+ years before her career change to contemporary artist and senior–secondary school ICT/art teacher. She is a diverse, emerging contemporary painter with an interest in how artists sanitise the landscape through the process of trying to capture it. She is also known from her new media light-box installations - that have involved total concept design, media design, custom electronics and delivery on time and to budget – showcasing her work in galleries like Sawtooth ARI.


PhD - Creative Arts
Bachelor of Contemporary Art with Honours (First-class)
Master of Teaching
Bachelor of Information Systems
Graduate Certificate in Creative Media Technology
Bachelor of Philosophy


Self-directed project (first year Visual Arts)
Powerhouse Art Gallery, Inveresk, Tasmania
June - July, 2012

New Gallery - Drawing students’ self-directed projects
Newnham Campus, University of Tasmania
June - August, 2014

Living Here - Photographic competition and fundraiser
Living Here, Launceston Offices
Invermay Road, Invermay, Tasmania
November - December 2014

Visual Arts A - A first year portfolio display
Launceston Campus Library, Level 2 display area
November 2014 - November 2015

Sawtooth ARI, New Media Gallery.
Cimitere Street, Launceston, Tasmania
May 1st - May 21st, 2015

Finalist (Highly Commended), Birchalls Contemporary Art Prize for Students 2016.
The Academy Gallery, Inveresk, Tasmania.
May 8th - August 22nd, 2016.

Pulse – New Artists.
Blenheim Garden & Gallery, Longford, Tasmania.
Feb 3 – Mar 10, 2017.

Highly Commended - Powerhouse Art Gallery Annual Prize
Powerhouse Gallery, Inveresk, Tasmania.
Oct 11 - Oct 22, 2017.

Winner - Sawtooth Prize for Honours, Graduate Exhibition 2017.
Academy Gallery, Inveresk, Tasmania.
Nov 24 – Dec 1, 2017.

Sanitised Landscapes - Fifteen Tasmanian Mountain Profiles,
Blue Café, Inveresk, Tasmania.
Nov 15 - Dec 15, 2017.

Transition: from sanitisation to voice
Sawtooth ARI, Project Gallery.
Cimitere Street, Launceston, Tasmania
September 7th - September 29th, 2018




Geoff Dyer
Fred Williams
William Turner

27cm (W) x 19.5cm (H)
Mixed Media
59cm (W) x 42cm (H)
Acrylic Paint
47cm (W) x 28cm (H)
Mixed Media