Strange Tracey is a contemporary art gallery and International art advisory service based in the UK.
Exhibiting artists from across the globe including Fran Mora and Didier Lourenço from Spain, Kilmany-Jo Liversage from South Africa and many American and British Artists. We strive to present works which we feel display our core values of quality and skill.
Discover, own and collect contemporary art from exciting artists from around the world. Explore our online art gallery with artwork for sale that has been expertly vetted by our curators. Buy art online with confidence with free art advisory.
British Art, Spanish Art, American Art, South African Art all available to buy immediately by renowned artists such as Fran Mora, Jamel Akib, Didier Lourenço and Kilmany Jo Liversage.
Buy art and live with your artwork for one week, if it's not for you simply return the painting or artwork to us for a full refund.
New Painitngs - Including new Flowers and moreBy Fran MoraClick to see artwork
Spanish artist Fran Mora revisits his classic floral paintings. Using his trademark vibrant almost neon colours Mora creates a modern twist on a classic subject matter. His use of texture and colour mark his work as unique.
Get in touch if you's like to see any of Fran's new paintings on a free home trail.
The Connor BrothersA Collector's ItemClick here to see more
A LOAD OF FUSS
COMMEMORATIVE 10 YEAR BOX SET...
For this commemorative box set The Connor Brothers have selected ten seminal works that represent a wide range of their influences, interests and appropriations. Including their first ever published piece, A Load of Fuss… and referencing vintage mass market paperbacks, Turner’s The Shipwreck, Shakespeare, and correspondence with Number 10, these varied artworks are thought provoking, playful and, on occasion, outrageous.
We are so excited the have this incredible artwork by two of the most celebrated british artists as their star continues to rise with record breaking auction results. Defintely one to invest in for the future.
We also have stand alone archival prints avaialble to buy.
New Release Lithographs 2021Didier LourençoClick to see the collection
An exciting new release for handmade Lithographic prints by Spanish artist DIdier LourençoDidier Lourenço was born in 1968 in Premià de Mar, Barcelona. At the age of 19 he began working in the lithography atelier of his father, where he learned the trade of lithography.In 1988 Didier made a corner of the atelier his place for painting on canvas and paper. He shared his time between painting and printing lithographs for himself and professional artists. The atelier would prove to be his best classroom, a place where Didier would build his education in the world of painting. That year he presented his first individual show and also edited his first collection of lithographies.In 1991 Lourenço won a prestigious prize for young artists making a breakthrough into many galleries throughout Spain showing in various solo and group exhibitions.In 1995, Didier Lourenço moved into his own studio, where he would devote himself to painting, but never stop making lithographs.In 2000, a prestigious publisher and distributor of posters took his work worldwide. This global presence quickly sparked the interest of galleries, who would present his original work. Didier traveled around the world to his solo exhibits in New York, Seattle, Los Angeles, Hong Kong, Puerto Rico, New Orleans, Nashville, South Africa Las Vegas, Miami, Singapore, among others. His days are filled with trips and exhibitions. His individual and collective shows continue.
New Work by Jamel AkibEight wonderfully expressive new paintings by a talented British artistClick to see the collection
Born in Leigh-on-sea, Essex in 1965 to English and Malaysian parents, Jamel moved to North Borneo at the age of five. At thirteen he returned to England to pursue his education and in 1989 he successfully gained a BA Honours Degree in Illustration.
His work is striking in its sense of movement; there is energy and vigour as he captures a bird mid flight or a dancer pirouetting. The initial sketched marks are often visible in the final painting and convey not only the vitality and potential of the subject but also the artist’s hand at work.
Jamel began his career working for the London Observer newspaper while still a student at art school. During a career of many highs Jamel has had the pleasure of illustrating the covers for no less than three Booker Prize finalists, his clients are many and include National Geographic, Oxford University Press and The Independent.