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Welcome to Tracy Christina Art!

Hello! I'm so glad you're here - and I'm so excited that I finally got around to putting a website together! I have to be honest, I've been putting this off for so long, it feels so good to finally have this out in the world.


This website will eventually be the home for all of my artistic ventures - it isn't quite finished yet, I'll be adding to it over the next few months. Additions will include a shop front, a portfolio, some of the artistic hints and tricks I've picked up as an artist, time-lapse videos, and other things that haven't quite yet formulated in my mind yet but will be found here as and when they find form and function, including ways to clear your doubts as an artist.


Something I wanted to touch on was the change of name - formerly I've been known as DoodleFox Art, Sass & Roses, and now Tracy Christina Art.


Each one of these names means something to me, and represents a part of my life and the journey I've been on to get from "there" to "here" - wherever "here" is. But as I continue to transform and evolve, and certain parts of me that no longer serve begin to drop away, the name Sass & Roses was one of the things that no longer felt in alignment - it doesn't fit what I am trying to achieve, and most crucially - I was using the brand name of Sass & Roses as a screen to hide behind and be as invisible as possible.


The irony of this is that I've been lamenting over the last couple of years that I wasn't getting enough exposure - but how can I be seen whilst also hiding!


The tendency to hide is one that I've worked very hard to overcome, I'm not all the way there yet, but I am making progress - progress, not perfection! I was hiding because I was trying to hold myself to an impossibly high standard - be prettier, thinner, more talented, have better hair, do more art, do better art, do different art, do cheaper art - but the thing is, it doesn't matter. None of that matters. What matters is that what I do brings me joy and makes me happy, and others find joy in my creations and commissions - I'd love to make the world just a little brighter, and a little lighter, by sharing my art with all who want it.

Watercolour image of a father and daughter on a beach.
Father and Child, watercolour on Arches paper

Until next time,


Tracy Christina xx

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