Voss Gallery presents "All the Feels," a solo exhibition of contemporary figurative paintings by The Tracy Piper that capture the intricate nuances of the human experience. Join the gallery for an opening reception with the artist on Friday, Aug. 25th, 6-9 PM. The exhibition will be on view through September 23, 2023. Gallery hours are Wednesday-Saturday, 12-6PM, or by appointment.

The Tracy Piper

“All the Feels represents a universal language of emotions, connecting individuals on a profound level. In an age of constant connectivity, this phrase succinctly communicates the richness of human sentiment, allowing people to relate to one another's emotional journeys. From the mundane to the extraordinary, this exhibition shines a spotlight on the intricate tapestry of feelings that define our lives.” –The Tracy Piper

The Tracy Piper artist
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The Tracy Piper painting

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, Piper’s illustrative work tackles social constructs in an abstract-realist style. She has shown at SCOPE andSELECT in Miami, FL; stARTup Art Fair in San Francisco 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! Tracy’s murals span both coasts with a focus on positivity and inclusive messaging. She has published three books "Worthy,” "SEEN," and “SEEN Vol.2” with Voss GalleryBooks. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Illustration from California College of the Arts and is represented by Voss Gallery in San Francisco, CA.

VOSS GALLERY 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 three to four weeks and are curated with an emphasis on New Contemporary work by emerging and mid-career artists.