Working exclusively in watercolour, Tracy Hall produces exquisitely detailed miniature paintings from her studio on the shores of Scapa Flow in Orkney. A full time artist and illustrator, she works with both private and commercial clients around the world and her work can be found on jigsaw puzzles, greeting cards and a variety of other licensed products, as well as in books and magazines.
She first discovered miniature art in 2007 and began exhibiting the following year, winning several awards including the Royal Miniature Society Gold Bowl. She is now completely hooked and devotes as much time as she can to her miniatures. She continues to exhibit regularly in the UK and overseas and, in addition to numerous Miniature Art shows, she has also exhibited her tiny paintings with the Society of Women Artists, the Society of Wildlife Artists and the Society of Botanical Artists, and other awards have included Highly Commended from the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation 'Artist of the Year' and the Daler Rowney Award at the National Exhibition of Wildlife Art. Her paintings can also be found throughout the year at the Llewellyn Alexander Gallery in central London and Elford Fine Art in Tavistock, Devon.