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About Tracey Lea

Tracey Lea is an emerging landscape artist, art teacher and tech entrepreneur working across the areas of education research, painting and digital media installation. She is based in Tasmania, Australia.

Themes that can be seen throughout Tracey's work are: perception, actual/virtual place, landscape, digital engagement, voice, sanitisation, landscape vocabulary and connection to place through educational engagement. While she prefers not to limit herself to particular media for projects, Tracey's professional and skill-set development throughout her PhD and beyond will, she hopes, focus more on painting.

Her artist portfolio site is at

PhD - Creative Arts (current)
Master of Teaching
Graduate Certificate in Research
Graduate Certificate in Creative Media Technology
Bachelor of Contemporary Art with Honours (First-class)
Bachelor of Information Systems
Bachelor of Philosophy

Delphin, T & MacDonald, A 2018, ‘Sanitised Landscapes: implications for meaning making’,
Journal of artistic and creative education [electronic resource]: (JACE), vol. 12, no.1, pp.

Selected exhibitions
Shimmering, Blenheim Garden & Gallery, Longford, Tasmania, Dec 14, 2018 - Jan 30, 2019
Sanitised Landscapes - Hartz Mountain Ranges, Tasmania, CAT Member Show, Hobart, Nov 30 - Dec 22, 2018
Transition: from sanitisation to voice
, Sawtooth ARI, Launceston, Australia, Sep 7 - Sep 29
Graduate Exhibition 2017, Academy Gallery, Inveresk, Australia, Nov 24 – Dec 1
Pulse – New Artists, Blenheim Garden & Gallery, Longford, Feb 3 – Mar 10

Recent Awards and prizes
Winner - Sawtooth Prize for Honours
Finalist and Highly Commended - Powerhouse Art Prize
Winner - Contemporary Art Tasmania Prize (Inveresk)
Finalist and Highly Commended - Birchalls Contemporary Art Prize
Dean’s Honour Roll (BCA Hons) with GPA of 7.00 out of 7.00
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