Jan 1, 2023 · This piece will be made available in very limited editions on textured fine art paper and archival canvas. Craig will also offer “MARISOL” as a mixed media original with an extra thick texture painted boarder. For information on how to bring “MARISOL” into your home, please call or email Phil at the gallery. 504-592-9886 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Craig Tracy New Orleans local Artist and veteran of the World Body painting Festival a true Proffessional. Thanks Craig we are very much looking forward to hanging our very special piece in her new Australia penthouse . Craig spends about 4 hours bodypainting the models before posing and photographing them thus creating these powerful art forms .
- 827 Royal St, New Orleans, Louisiana 70116-3114
Artist Graig Tracy paints directly on people's bodies transforming them into all kinds of things from animals to landscapes. The gallery is beautiful, clean, colorful, modern, and interesting. Super cool. See all photos from Jas B. for Craig Tracy Fine Art Bodypainting Gallery Funny Mischita H. Elite 2022 Orlando, FL 303 825 2849 9/23/2014
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Craig Tracy’s process unites a number of techniques, including traditional paintbrushing, airbrushing, finger-painting, sponging, splattering and dripping. The majority of his art is bodypainting captured through photography, and amazingly, it requires little in the way of digital and non-digital manipulation. Learn more about Craig Tracy Blossom
Feb 10, 2017 · Never one to be satisfied with conventional art, Craig Tracy has created mesmerizing images using human bodies as his canvases since 2001. Tracy was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. The city’s colorful and vibrant culture played an integral role in developing Tracy’s passion for art, including his family’s tradition of painting each other’s faces in celebration of Mardi Gras.