Cymraeg

Tracy Davidson

We caught up with Tracy Davidson, who has three pieces in the Tŷ Pawb Open exhibition, and asked her a few questions…
  • Where are you from?

London but now live in Ramsgate in Kent

  • How long have you been a practicing artist for?

On and off for almost 30 years but I have been making work every day since March if this year.

  • How has Lockdown effected the way you work?

I no longer have a large studio so I have been working from home. I have turned our spare room into a small studio. This has been reflected in both the size of my work and the processes I have used. I taught myself to hand-embroider during lockdown which has led be to work in a totally different way and resulted in some of my strongest work.

  • Where do you find the most pleasure in your practice?

I love the sense of peace and tranquillity I get from seeing, I find it very therapeutic.

  • What impression do you want your work to make on audiences?

Obviously I would like my audience to like the work visually but also I hope that it raises questions and makes people want to know what it’s about.

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