Welcome to Tracy Anne Northey's website: artist, writer and therapist.

Welcome to my website! This is where I share my creative self and where you can explore my art practice. 

My recent Eagle Run series is currently on display in my studio, and also in the Galleries section on this site. I am open First Saturdays of the month, 12 - 5 or by appointment. 

 Information about my workshop "Creative Emergence" is also available on this site. The course is inspired by Julia Cameron's The Artist's Way, and is open to artists and non-artists alike. I believe creativity is something we all posess, expressed variously thru work/vocation, music, art, gardening, music, tending the home - the list is endless. 

If you have questions, feedback, or are  interested in purchasing, just click the 'email me' tab at the left.  

 

  in studio Sept 2022     

        

About Tracy Anne

Tracy Anne Northey paints primarily in acrylics. She started to paint several years ago in an effort to balance a predominantly cerebral left brain existence. No formal training, her style continues to evolve largely through the mentorship of established artists like Marlene Lowden, Dene Croft, Marleen Vermeulen, James Picard, Betty Woo and Calum Cameron - who supported her to paint her first acrylic on canvas at his studio in the Galeria del Sol in Bucerias, Mexico.

Tracy Anne's work is exhibited locally and internationally, with permanent collections at the Hollyburn Sailing Club, Lions Gate Hospital and Evergreen House. She is excited to be part of City Centre Artist Lodge, the converted City Centre Motor Motel in Mt. Pleasant, where she is creating in Studio 34. 

Alongside her evolving art, Tracy Anne's profession as a social worker and psychotherapist increasingly draws on the creative self. Stemming from the work of Carl Jung, Tracy Anne incorporates journaling, art and paying attention to dreams to facilitate healing and a deeper understanding. 

See the tabs to the left for more information about counselling appointments or the Creative Emergence course. 

To quote Marion Woodman:

“In our creating, we are created”. 


      

 "Ian's Boat" by Tracy Anne Northey