Traci Anderson is a Montana-based artist that is best known for her colorful and whimsical collage art.
Her highly detailed pieces are created solely from her extensive collection of vintage images, typography, patterned papers, maps, printed music manuscripts, postcards and scraps of all sorts of interesting digital findings! You might even find a small blessing, quote or verse "hidden" within her pieces.
Traci is a self-taught artist that spent the majority of her career as a social worker.
Traci's art is influenced by her all-time favorite artist, Eric Carle whose playful and colorful pieces spurred her creativity both as a little girl and grown woman. Thus, Traci's goal is to create art that makes people look at everyday things with a childlike sense of wonder and enthusiasm.
Traci's art typically features the unique wildlife that share her Eastern Montana home and all sorts of dog breeds. Her work is inspired by her outdoorsy, animal-loving husband, two energetic, creative and funny teenagers, and three loving and wildly high-strung, German hunting dogs.