Voss Gallery is proud to support gallery-represented artist, The Tracy Piper at Superfine Art Fair in San Francisco, March 23 - 26, 2023. For the artist's fair debut (Booth #7), she will be featuring an affordable selection of key figurative paintings from past exhibitions and fine art prints.
Superfine Art Fair opens with The Tracy Piper live body painting one of her models during the VIP Preview on Thursday, March 23rd, 6-10PM. The artist will be working on a new painting during general admission hours on: March 24th, 4-9PM; March 25th, 12-9PM, and March 26th 12-8PM. A Voss Collectors Club walkthrough will be led by Ashley L. Voss, the owner/director of Voss Gallery on Saturday, March 25th at 5PM. During the private tour, guests will have the opportunity to meet James Miillie, a Superfine Art Fair co-founder, as well as The Tracy Piper and over 45 additional exhibiting artists. More information is available on Superfine's website: https://www.superfine.world
*Use "VOSS30" at checkout to receive a 30% discount on tickets!
THE TRACY PIPER (b. Oakland, CA, 1987) is a female-identifying, contemporary painter, muralist, author, and art activist. Best known for her vibrant portraits and figurative acrylic paintings, Tracy's illustrative work tackles social constructs in an abstract-realist style. She has shown at SCOPE and SELECT in Miami, FL; stARTup Art Fair in San Francisco, CA and Los Angeles, CA; SCOPE New York, NY; and exhibits internationally. In 2017 Tracy competed on the GSNTV show "Skin Wars: Fresh Paint" and emerged victorious! Her ten murals and public art projects spread positivity and inclusivity from East to West Coasts. She has published two books "Worthy" and "SEEN" with Voss Gallery Books. Tracy holds a Bachelor of Arts in Illustration from California College of the Arts, CA and is represented by Voss Gallery in San Francisco, CA.
VOSS GALLERY (est. September 2019) is a women-owned art gallery in San Francisco's Mission District established in 2019 by Ashley L. Voss. The gallery features a dynamic exhibition program of solo and thematically organized group shows and socially-conscious projects to benefit the greater community. New exhibitions are presented every four to five weeks and are curated with an emphasis on New Contemporary work by emerging and mid-career artists.