Tracy Murrell is an Atlanta-based visual artist. She has shown in numerous group and juried exhibitions and her work have been featured in art publications including Create! Magazine, ArtVoices Magazine, Studio Visit Magazine Issue 29, 35, 38, 41 and New American Paintings Issue 142. Her painting “Walk Alone | We Will Follow” was selected for the cover of Witnessing Girlhood Toward An Intersectional Tradition of Life Writing by Fordham University Press. She has been awarded artist’s residencies at The Hambidge Center for the Arts in Rabun Gap, Georgia, Atlanta Printmakers Studio in Atlanta, Georgia, and Green Olive Arts in Tetouan, Morocco. In October, Georgia Tech University unveiled two paintings by Murrell commissioned by Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority for the Dorothy M. Crosland Tower library. Murrell’s first museum solo exhibition exploring contemporary Haitian migration opens in August 2021 at Hammonds House Museum. Murrell’s work is included in various private, corporate and municipal collections.

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