Wyoming native Tracy Duck has a passion for breathing new life into objects left behind.
No matter her medium, she sees every new project as an opportunity to learn and incorporate new ideas and techniques.
As a visual arts graduate working in the theatre industry, Tracy’s lent her vivid imagination and skilled hand to the build of several sets for The Cheyenne Little Theatre Players (“Into the Woods,” “James and the Giant Peach,” “Lion King Jr.,” “Midsummer Night’s Dream”) as well as for the Lincoln Center in Fort Collins. Her work in the performance art realm includes scenic painting and design, prop building, and lighting.
At home in Cheyenne, Tracy enjoys sharing her love for the arts through teaching. She’s led the Set Design portion of the Cheyenne Little Theatre’s youth theater program for three years, and she regularly instructs guided painting at Flydragon Painting Studio.
Recently, Tracy was honored to be part of the Museum of Outdoor Arts’ “Design and Build” program (Englewood, CO).
Never one to slow down between projects, Tracy’s constantly refining her skills with casting, collage, found art, furniture design, interactive art, metalsmithing, photography,costume design, sculpture, Steampunk weapon creation, and woodworking. Take a look at her latest creations at https://www.instagram.com/earthly_jewels_design/