Best of Abstract Expressionism: Tracey-Ann Morris

ART EDIT PRESENTS A SELECTION OF ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONIST ARTISTS AT THE TOP OF THEIR GAME.

When painting, artist Tracey-Ann Morris switches off her ‘thinking mind’ in order to be guided by her intuition. Letting go of the day-to-day, Tracey-Ann forms a deep connection to herself and life in general and becomes what she describes as “an interface between two worlds”. “I sense what’s there, in this place that has no words and only feelings,” says the artist. Tracey-Ann then uses a palette knife and oils to create her stunning abstract expressionist works. Bright, vibrant and textured, the style of these works allow viewers to draw their own meanings and enjoy unique emotional responses.

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