Tracy Douglas is a native New Yorker and professional artist skilled in painting, batik, tie-dyeing, soft sculpture, dance and theatre.
She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts *Vermont College *Union Institute & University. Her artwork reflects a Caribbean influence resulting from living in Dominica, West Indies for several years and now Guyana, South America.
She uses her knowledge as a Reiki Master, Soft Touch Massage Therapist and Lifelong Spiritual Seeker to assist people from all walks of life in shifting perspective via the creative process.
In the winter of 2003 Tracy was an apprentice to artist Bill Nelson at the Pocosin Arts Cabin Fever Retreat in Creating Sculptural Characters with polymer clay and received a full scholarship to study Shibori Dyeing technique with Ana Lisa Hedstrom at the Penland School of Craft in Penland, North Carolina.
Tracy is also a Kennedy Center trained Teaching Artist and has been an innovator and visionary during her tenure with The Blumenthal Performing Arts Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. Director - Tracy now lives in Guyana, South America