Tracie Lee Hawkins is a painter and fiber artist. She creates fine art inspired by nature and historical events using oil, watercolor, acrylic paints, and textiles. Tracie studied fashion design sewing for over 30 years. She also studied the Old Masters technique of oil painting for 3 years under Chris DiDomizio of Atlanta, Georgia.
In 2010, Tracie opened a gallery and studio (T Lee Art and Design) in Stone Mountain, Georgia. In addition to managing her own business, she is currently the curator of the Scarborough Art Gallery, where she teaches art, displays, and sells her original works.
Tracie was published in the International Review of African American Art, Hampton Virginia in 2010, and solo exhibited her historic Obama collection at Alabama State University Art Department in 2013. Tracie is an award winning artist who continues to create unique works of art using stitches and stokes. Her website is www.tracie-hawkins.pixels.com.