Tracy Ellyn

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Born in 1960, Tracy Ellyn is a B.F.A. graduate of the College of Visual and Performing Arts/Syracuse University, and holds a Master’s Degree in Fine Arts/Art Education from Florida International University in Miami.

Ellyn has exhibited in solo and group shows in Miami, New York and Paris for the past 30+ years. Her mixed media layered pieces, as well as her fine art photography, are recognized for their healing qualities and their universal themes of blessings, beauty, empowerment and hope.

Selected solo exhibitions

“Unveiling of the Steven Sotloff Memorial,” May 2015, Greenspoon Marder Law Foundation’s CAP Galleries, Fort Lauderdale.

“Tracy Ellyn: Small Sumi-e Portfolio,” March 2011, Art Atelier Gallery, Miami.

“Judeo-Japanese: Arts and Letters,” November 2010, Angel’s Ring Gallery, Coral Gables Art Walk, Miami.

Selected group exhibitions 

“Treewhispers: Sharjah Calligraphy Biennial” – Participant artist. April 2016. Sharjah Museum. Sharjah, United Arab Emirates (UAE).

“Art and Photography Takes Miami” – December 2015. SCOPE Art/Art Basel, Miami Beach. 

“Exposure 2015” – July 2015. The Louvre Museum, Paris.

“Contemporary Art: Arts and Letters” – March 2015. Art Center Wynwood, Miami.

“Fashion Design Illustration” – February 2015. Art Center Wynwood, Miami.

Awards and honors:

“Exposure 2015 Awards,”  Two Categories: Vox Populi Award and Exposure Award. The Louvre Museum, Paris

“The Top American Artists in the Art for Healing Category,” one of seven artists selected, American Arts and Medicine Blog, 2014.

“Purposes, Principles and Standards Award for School Art Programs Award,” National Art Education Association, three-time recipient, 1999, 2000, 2001.

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