TK’s Noosa Gallery has always been the place where smiles abound. For some reason, the bright, happy paintings create smiles on the wee toddlers and equally to the over 80’s. Something that Tracey and her team are inspired and delighted by!  

Sooo…. a few months ago and a gentleman called Hiroshi visited. He was at a working conference and was enchanted by the pieces he saw. So much so, he actually asked to meet TK and discuss a private commission.

And….. Well, when given the opportunity to make suggestions, TK does get a wee bit creative.

Hiroshi and his family live in Japan. They love Australia. And the Aussie Animals.

Hiroshi also loves his family, his wife, Manami. And his twin girls, Hiromi and Shiho.

And then the idea came to fruition.
TK Asked for a wee essay about Hiroshi, his family, their favourite colours, blue, green, pale blue, and white. And this is her suggestion:
Hiroshi decided on the 90cm x 120cm canvas because it was to go in a special place that needed that exact size.
So TK started the creative process….. 
And then the hessian (with a little help cleaning from Studio Assistant, Pene!)…

… And then TK applies copious layers of paint in her signature “blob” style. There are at least 5 layers here btw….

And, quiet a few days later, this is the finished result!

Tracey Keller Original
4 Kangas
Acrylic, Hessian and Resin on Canvas
90cm x 120cm
SOLD

…And a close up pic!
“Wow, it’s so GORGEOUS!!! I totally love this invaluable work! Thanks billion for sharing your genius creative, Tracey!”

 

AND….  Look what then has come to mind!

So a family celebration is going to soon be available as a cushion cover! To pay the family celebration further!

… And YES!! You guys will again be the first to know since you are my trusted Newsletter Subies! ThankYOU for your support and I hope these emails are creating more smiles in your world, please share it with others to pay it forward!

Until the next newsletter, stay safe and extraordinary!

 

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