"My work is an exploration of the female form and her interaction with the environments I create. The beauty and unpredictability in nature juxtaposed with urban settings. This mirrors the aspects of feminine qualities I admire. There is an unspoken power and vulnerability in Divine femininity. My work is an expression of that power in the intimacy found in sensuality women create with one another and with herself . It showcases the effortless strength found in the sensitivity and emotional intelligence of a woman."
Tracy Nunez is a New York City collage artist and photographer focused on celebrating the complexity of Divine femininity, beauty and sexuality. She is inspired by the interaction the female form and her environment. All of her collage work is hand made, pulling inspiration and material from fashion magazines, found materials as well as her own photography.
Ms. Nunez graduated, Magna Cum Laude, from the Fashion Institute of Technology with an Associates degree in photography. While in school, she was able to work for painter Joe Andoe as a studio assistant at the famous Chelsea Hotel. She has participated in both group and solo exhibitions in NYC. These include group exhibitions at Oranges and Diamond Gallery in the East Village, two at Photo District Gallery in Chelsea, and Camel Art Space in Williamsburg Brooklyn. She had a solo exhibition at Spur Tree Lounge organized by Salon Ciel as well as a self curated show at the Chelsea Hotel in Chelsea. Most recently her work was part of group show at China Town Soup Gallery and was chosen to be in the permanent collection at the Leslie Lohman Museum for Gay and Lesbian Art. She is showing in the main museum in a group show through December and will be a featured artist for the Museum in 2018 at their Prince Street Pop Up. Her work is in many private residences throughout New York state and has been featured on Sakar an online publication.