Currently on show

The Studio is open for pre arranged visits.

 You can purchase reproduction prints and greeting cards through the online shop.

If you would like to visit the Studio you can book appointment slots and have the Studio Gallery to yourselves. 

***NEW*** – An in house framing service for prints available. Most prints available framed within the hour. Either choose your print at the studio and call back to collect it framed or pre order by email for collection. Please note framed prints cannot be posted so collection only.

If you would like to arrange a visit to the studio for a private viewing please contact tracylevine@hotmail.co.uk

or phone 01524 761512  M: 07811 826 387

For everyones safety please observe social distancing and wear a face mask when possible.

Just some of the NEW WORK below.

Please see further down for Tracy’s images that are on show at this years Lake Artists Exhibition.

Where the butterflies live. Acrylic and mixed media on linen. 90cm x 90cm. 2021.

Wild Embankment. Acrylic and mixed media on 600gsm paper. 52cm x 52cm.

A Beautiful Morning. Acrylic and mixed media. 52cm x 52cm.

A Beautiful Morning. Acrylic and mixed media. 52cm x 52cm. Sold.

Far From The Shore. Acrylic and mixed media. 52cm x 52cm

Thistles at New Barnes Beach. Acrylic and mixed media. 53cm x 52cm.

Together on Grasmere. Acrylic and mixed media. 32cm x 32cm

Edge of Grasmere. Acrylic and mixed media. 32cm x 32cm.

Seagulls Over Grasmere. Acrylic, oil and mixed media on panel framed behind glass. Panel 40cm x 40cm.

Over Windermere. Acrylic, oil and mixed media on panel. Panel 40cm x 40cm. Sold.

River Rothay. Acrylic, oil and mixed media on panel. Panel 40cm x 40cm. Sold.

Reflection, 2020. Acrylic, oil and mixed media on linen. 110cm x 100cm.

Pink Thistles by Crummock Water. Acrylic and mixed media on linen. 80cm x 80cm.

Grasses by The Shore. Acrylic and mixed media on linen. 90cm x 90cm. Sold.

Leighton Moss, panel 3 (of a triptych). Acrylic and mixed media on linen. Each panel is 60cm x 70cm.

Leighton Moss Triptych. Acrylic and mixed media on linen. Total size of 3 panels is approx 230cm x 65cm.

Geese at Dallam Park. Acrylic, oil, mixed media and copper leaf on 640gsm Italian paper. 60cm x 65cm. Sold.

Having Lunch with Mr. Heron. Acrylic and mixed media. 25cm x 25cm. Sold.

Over The Fields. Acrylic and mixed media on 640gsm Italian paper. 52cm x 52cm.

Langdales 1. Acrylic and mixed media on panel. 30cm x30cm.

Seagulls and Sea Ice. Acrylic and mixed media. 30cm x 30cm

Heron at Grasmere 1 ( of 2 similar ). Acrylic and mixed media. 30cm x 30cm. Sold.

Geese. Monoprint with mixed media and Copper Leaf. Varied series of 6. ( 6 of 6 sold ). Sold.

Top of The Kirkstone Pass. Monoprint. Varied Edition of 4. (3 of 4 sold).

Clouds Rolling In, Sandside Bay. Acrylic and mixed media. 42cm x 42cm.

Clouds Over The Bay. Acrylic, oil and mixed media. 74cm x 49cm.

Cove 1, Silverdale. Acrylic and mixed media. 42cm x 42cm. 2019.
( prints available ). Sold.

Watching The Tide. Acrylic and mixed media. 22cm x22cm. Sold.
( prints available ).

Swan. Monoprint and mixed media. Varied Edition of 2. 32cm x 32cm.

Early Spring at Rothay. Acrylic and mixed media. 40cm x 40cm. Sold.

MANY MANY OTHER works on display in the studio gallery.

ALSO on show 

The Lake Artists Society Exhibition, being held this year at The Gallery at Rheged, near Penrith. Exhibition on until November 21st. Open daily, free entry, Penrith CA11 0DQ.

Winter Walk around Brothers Water. Acrylic, oil and mixed media. 52cm x 52cm.

Winter Tranquility, Brother’s Water. Acrylic, oil and mixed media. 52cm x 52xm. Sold.

High Dam Tarn, Finsthwaite. Acrylic, oil and mixed media. 52cm x 52cm.

Across to Windermere. Acrylic , oil and mixed media. 31cm x 70cm.

 

 

I have been painting this area of the South Lakes for over 25 years and I am still inspired to produce new work based on this landscape.

Painting wild spaces and wild flowers has been a passion of mine for many years. Creating awareness of natural beauty in sometimes unnoticed places, and general appreciation of our beautiful landscape by highlighting the unseen or overlooked areas of our surroundings. Some of these paintings are a message to let nature take care of itself, which then has a positive effect on wildlife and the environment. The aim is that we can see nature’s resilience and the hope is that we will be encouraged to take the necessary action to allow nature to flourish.

During lockdowns we have seen a positive effect on the wildflowers with many more wild spaces, overgrown verges, hedgerows and roadside banks occurring as management of land has been scaled back and has been left to overgrow . Rewilding, benefits the environment. The bees and the butterflies are thrilled.