During the month of April, we are featuring artwork from local artist Tracy Taylor! Stop by during Art After Dark on April 5, 2019 from 6-9 p.m. to meet Tracy and see her work. Her paintings will be up all month, along with the work of one of her art students, Bethany Jeanne.
Tracy Taylor Bio
Tracy’s watercolors have been delighting collectors for over thirty years. Her luminous fishes and birds put her on the art world map, and her fruitful collaboration with Wyland yielded an amazing array of wonderful sea-life paintings that are enjoyed worldwide. Tracy’s work has been featured in galleries and private collections. Lately, she has been into Buddha’s, typewriters, and what she calls her “Love Letters”. Her colorful and enchanting watercolors have universal appeal. You can’t look at a Tracy taylor painting and not want to smile. Tracy is available for commissions.
“I paint on Tuesdays with Bethany so we decided to do this show together. Right now I am painting, ‘Pink Peacocks’ for a client and having a blast. Painting has always given me so much joy hence this is what I have been doing for the last 45 years."
Bethany Jeanne Bio
“My name is Bethany Jeanne. I began pursuing art and have had the good fortune of meeting and painting with Tracy Taylor. I have begun taking classes at Allan Hancock and am creating time in my life to pursue my artistic dreams. This is my first show and I am so excited!! Follow me on Instagram: @jblossomstudios.
Art After Dark is a free monthly event in downtown San Luis Obispo, California. On the first Friday of every month, local shops keep their doors open late, from 6pm-9pm, to support the arts by featuring a local artist. HumanKind Fair Trade participates every month with live music and refreshments in addition to the local artist. More information and listings of all participating venues can be found at Arts Obispo.