Over the 14 years of Tracey Keller’s artistic career, she has learnt that intention as well as mistakes can often translate into a new style or technique that works. In this way she uses deliberate or accidental events to create works that are unique and meaningful. The paintings reflect how Tracey sees the world and how she would like others to view it.
Rebecca Cool’s first painted her trademark woman faces as a 10 year old child inspired by the artistic climate of her family, and has painted it on everything ever since. For four decades, her distinctly recognizable trademark has remained the central motif of every creation. Her delightful compositions feature vintage fabrics, paint and pastels to entertain the senses through colour and pattern, to produce poetic work that is both simple in pretext yet emotionally powerful.