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Snow Leopard in Colored Pencil

Journey to the Wild Side of Tracey Chaykin Fine Art

Where Imagination and Reality Run Free

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An Award-Winning Artist Making a Difference

 

My name is Tracey Chaykin, and I am an award-winning colored pencil artist, writer, conservationist, environmentalist, philanthropist, and entrepreneur striving to make a difference in the world through my art, articles, and actions. I strive to be an example, evoke emotion, and inspire small changes to impact our environment positively.  With enough positive efforts, we can help preserve our planet and ensure its legacy for the future. 

Tracey Chaykin
Tracey Chaykin working on "Hawaiian Love" artwork

Artistically Protecting the Planet

Our planet is the perfect example of Creativity!  The colors, varied environments, and life on this planet inspire my desire to create moments to share the awe and beauty around us!  My most recent project is no exception.  As a member of a local colored pencil group, we have been invited to create a "Hawaiian-themed" piece for a cause to assist Maui Relief through World Central Kitchen.  My latest blog shares my journey in creating this piece and its purpose.  Follow my Blog, "Artistically Protecting the World," to learn more about my inspirations and experiences!

"As Seen In"

Throughout my artistic career, I have been humbled and honored with numerous awards for my conservation-focused artwork.  My artwork has been viewed on Billboards in Times Square and published in multiple magazines, books, interviews, and exhibitions worldwide!  My most recent achievement is the "Harmony for Humanity - The Global Consciousness Art Prize.  This prestigious prize recognizes artists who leverage their creative brilliance to ignite a global shift in consciousness, fostering unity, understanding, and positive social change.  I am honored to be among them! 

Harmony for Humanity The Global Consciousness Art Prize  Certificate
Colored Pencil drawing of Ornamental Cabbage

"Our Planet is the epitome of creativity!"

Tracey Chaykin

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