First Friday Gallery Walk
2021 Paseo Arts Festival
2022 Guest Artist
Join us for every first Friday of the month for an evening of art, music, food and more! Take a stroll along the Paseo Arts District for extended hours of 6-9PM.
Interested in being a guest
artist in our gallery?
Please email to inquire about pricing and send 5-10 high resolution images of your work along with a short artist bio.
Join us on September 4-6 for a weekend of local artists, food, music and more!
This event helps fundraise for the
Paseo Arts District.
2020 marked a year of hardship for me. It required me to step out of the boat and face many fears. Divorce, moving, a new job, and a battle with cancer (all during a global pandemic) were challenges that gave me the courage to create a life I'd always wanted, and empowered me to embrace my art like never before.
Coming from a creative family, it was little surprise that I chose art education as a career. I teach art in the public school system and am also an adjunct art professor at Oklahoma State University. I own my own photography business and enjoy combining photography with my interests in travel, nature, and old barns.
This journey is one of faith for me. It has been a reminder of God's great love for me and His plan for my life. I am hopeful it will allow me to be a testimony and a blessing to others.
My art business has been designated as a "Trusted Art Seller" with The Art Storefronts Organization, which means you can shop with confidence, and know that I stand behind the quality and value of my products.
Born in Albuquerque, NM, in 1958, Tracey Brauer began her artistic journey at an early age. Brauer grew up in the Sandia mountains east of Albuquerque and has always been an animal lover. Her great love for animals led her to drawing anything with four legs and fur. Under the watchful eye of her doting, artistic father, Roy Dunlap, Brauer's sketching ability flourished.
As often happens, life has a way of getting in the way of art and after years of family and career building, Brauer returned to her heart's love of art and began painting. She began painting in acrylic, learning much from Jerry Yarnell at his Skaitook, OK Studio. From there Brauer began to dabble in oils and watercolor and quickly fell in love with both. Her constant search for ways to improve her craft led her to The Fine Arts Institute in Edmond and finally to the Conservatory of Classical Arts where Brauer is currently in a 3-year atelier program learning the ways of the classical artist.
Brauer's art reflects her love of realism and is influenced by her favorites such as David Laffel, Tim Cox, and Tom Browning.
Brauer's art has been shown in several local shows and galleries. She has been named Artist of the Month by Edmond Art Association on three occasions.
Brauer's motto is: " A day without art is a day wasted!".