Tracey-Maree Smith - An Opportunity to Acquire!

by Margot Widdup July 13, 2017

Tracey-Maree Smith - An Opportunity to Acquire!

I’m placing on notice our followers and potential future followers: Tracey-Maree Smith - An opportunity to acquire!
Invest in Tracey’s future and buy now! The opportunity is nigh - as they say. With art available to purchase subject to price increases, and with her reputation rapidly escalating, expectations are high.

Will Tracey be chosen as an Art Gallery of NSW (AGNSW) Wynne Prize finalist again? Now is the time to consider a purchase!

Why Buy Tracey’s Art?

Tracey-Maree Smith was a finalist in the 2016 AGNSW Wynne Prize. This was only her second attempt.

Last week Tracey submitted three works for the 2017 AGNSW Archibald, Wynne, and Sulman Prizes.

Tracey's Archibald portrait, the first time she has produced one with her innovative technique, is an engaging artwork featuring celebrity chef, restaurateur, and Paleo champion Pete Evans. 
It has the hallmarks of a finalist in my opinion; A controversial and acknowledged sitter, a signature style, a refreshing approach and interpretation in capturing the subject, and an impactful finished artwork.

Tracey’s works entered the AGNSW Wynne and Sulman Prizes are also fine examples, either of which I could see as a finalist.

What Action to Take?

Please visit the website to view, and consider, Tracey’s recent CHG exhibition 'What Lies Beneath'.

Please visit the Gallery during hours, or by appointment.

I am available via phone call or text message on 0418 492 259. I would love to hear your thoughts on Tracey’s work.

The finalists of the various AGNSW prizes will be announced on 20 July. Tracey’s prices may be revised after that time. The chance to seize this timely opportunity is in your hands!

To incorporate AGNSW prize announcements Tracey’s exhibition at CHG has now been extended and will conclude 14th August.

Yours in art,
Mark Widdup
CHG Director

‘What Lies Beneath’, an exhibition by Tracey-Maree Smith is showing at Cooks Hill Galleries until 14th August, 2017. View the exhibition here.





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