Limited Edition Giclee Print
32 x 24 in
Signed & Numbered on Bottom Right
Edition of 10
"Am I surprised? Surprised to see America continue to show its ugly truths? This travesty of a government continues to send a clear message to not just women, but to people of color, to those who identify as queer, to all of us who are not fortunate enough to be white men in America...I’m holding myself and my family close tonight. I’m headed to the pharmacy to buy extra Plan B for all the sisters out there who might need it. I’m teaching my son about consent from day one. I’m voting. I’m painting. I’m hoping..." - Tracy Piper
These fictionalized portraits are pieced together to create someone we all know. It could be your neighbor, friend, sister, child, me or you… belittled, told we were less than, ostracized for our differences. In this oversaturated world where we are told who to be, how to look, what to do, these portraits are here to tell you that you can just be you. You are enough. You are worthy. You are loved.
Tracy Piper is an ex-circus performer turned figurative painter. A kaleidoscope of vibrant color; Tracy’s work tackles the changing landscapes of community and identity in the 21st century. She has shown at both SCOPE Miami and SCOPE New York, and shows all over the world. In 2017 Tracy competed on the hit TV show ‘Skin Wars: Fresh Paint’ and emerged victorious. She graduated from the Illustration program at California College of the Arts with distinction in 2012.