Tracy Douglas graduated from the Experimental Arts Department of the Ontario College of Art. There she received five scholarships and spent a fifth year of graduate studies as a teaching assistant to the Experimental Arts Department. During this time she also worked as a studio assistant to painter Graham Coughtry, and was part of the team that built the Michael Snow Canadian Geese Sculpture for the Eaton Centre.
While living in Toronto, Tracy had a twenty-five year painting career of which she exhibited in Toronto and area's public and commercial galleries, and was the recipient of many awards like OAC Materials Assistance Grants and an Ontario Association of Art Galleries – First Prize Design Award to name a few. She is represented in private and corporate collections across Canada like Esso, Ernst and Whinney, Westok Holdings, Kmart and Adamson Architects, as well as European and American collections. Besides working as an artist she also worked in the commercial art field as an assistant art consultant for Visual Arts Ontario's Art Rental Program, wig and make-up artist for the Canadian Opera Company at the Hummingbird Centre, special effects artist and prop sculptor for Henry Piersig and Associates and freelance illustrator for many Toronto magazines.
Since becoming a resident of Prince Edward County in 1999, she has been teaching drawing and painting for Loyalist College until three years ago when she accepted the position of Administrator for the Prince Edward County Arts Council. She remains active as a painter and as a member of the arts community.
For more information about Tracy's work, please contact her at: 613 399-3222 or firstname.lastname@example.org