Tracy Marie Oliver
Beyond a stunning exploration of color, texture and medium, Oliver’s work speaks to us from the imaginal realm, beyond our physical perceptions.

On a micro level, we share an atmospheric sea filled with dust made of skin and scales and dragonfly wings, all made iridescent by water molecules and light. On a macro level, to quote the poet Jean Tooner, we don’t possess imagination, to sense what we’re missing.

Whether dealing with subjects like the aftermath of war, or rising sea levels in an era of unpredictable climate change, Oliver’s work remains a shimmering celebration of color, community and hope.