Tracy Baker-White started painting at Williams College and continued her studies at the Lacoste School of Art in Lacoste, France. After completing a Master’s Degree at the University of Washington in Seattle, Baker-White worked for 25 years as an art educator in Texas, California and Washington, D.C.
Baker-White is attracted to landscapes for their beauty, but also for their historic and metaphoric quality. “I am a contemporary realist interested in the intersection between real and abstract, and the relationship between photographic images and painted ones. Although my imagery is usually derived from a real place, I have no compunction about rearranging elements, creating composites, or simply creating landscapes out of whole cloth.”
Baker-White has received numerous awards and exhibited her work in many juried exhibitions throughout New England. We invite you to stop by the gallery to view these magnificent paintings in person.