About

About

Gail TracyGail Camilla Tracy was born and raised on the south side of Chicago, and graduated from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.  She moved to Colorado after graduation to be set free in the Colorado landscape.  There she explored the mountains, mesas, and prairies to find her inspirations which were expressed in her abstract and realistic drawings and paintings.

Gail worked in the public schools for 28 years; she taught art for 15 years, and was a substitute teacher for 13 years.  She lived on the east coast in New Hampshire and Maine for a couple of years, but found her way back to Colorado again in 2005.

Gail self-published her book, Work As Hard As You Have To, Play As Hard As You Can:  101 Common Sense Principles for a Happier Life.  To buy a copy, visit Amazon.com.

Gail has a completed book of poetry, Collage: A Scrapbook of Poetry, which she plans to publish in 2017.