Tracy Felix

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Tracy Felix Biography

The landscape has been a favorite subject in art for thousands of years. Many artists have tried to capture the emotion they feel from nature and I, too, am exploring this long tradition with my paintings. I feel very much a part of nature and live in awe of it.

I was born near the Sangre de Cristos Mountains in the San Luis Valley, Colorado and grew up under the looming summit of Pikes Peak in Colorado Springs. My whole life has been spent hiking and skiing in the mountains that I feel so much a part of. My paintings are all about expressing my love for the Western landscape. The mountain peaks, wild cloud forms, the expansive sky and incredible geology is all the ingredients I use to create a painting.

I want the viewer to draw his or her own perceptions about my work from the paintings themselves. Everyone sees and feels something different in them, just as in nature.

Selected Museum Collections:

  • Denver Art Museum

  • Denver Public Library

  • Kirkland Museum of Fine and Decorative Art, Denver Colorado

  • The Anschutz Collection, Denver Colorado

  • The City of Aurora, Colorado

  • The City of Manitou Springs, Colorado

  • The Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College

  • The El Pomar Foundation, Colorado

  • The Sangre de Christo Arts Center, Pueblo Colorado

Selected Publications:

“Painted Sky, 106 Artists of the Rocky Mountain West” (2015), “Painters of Grand Teton National Park” (2015), “The Nagel Hall Art Collection,” University of Denver (2010), “Masterpieces of Colorado, A Rich Legacy of Landscape Painting,” Colorado Council on the Arts (2007 - 2008), “Landscapes of Colorado, Mountains and Plains” (2006), “Decades of Influence",” Museum of Contemporary Art Denver (2006)