Tracy Weisman is a visual storyteller with studios in Narragansett, RI and Palm Springs, CA.
A lifelong maker and lover of pattern and geometry, she began her artistic career after taking a quilting class as a young mother. Her quilted pieces were juried twice into the biennial “Sacred Threads” exhibition, appear in the historic AIDS Memorial Quilt, have been published in The New Work of Our Hands and are in numerous private collections.
Today, her practice is inter-disciplinary and includes art garments, photography, sculpture, textiles, mixed-media, collage and assemblage. Her work has appeared nationally in group shows and addresses themes of memory, grief, body image, the American presidency, gun violence, and the clerical sexual abuse scandal in the Catholic Church.
She is currently working on a collage series about the dichotomy of food waste and hunger in America.