I would love to invite you all to my next solo exhibition at Gallows Gallery. A return to my usual big, vibrant, colourful abstract works in a celebration of women.

I also wish to raise awareness of new rehabilitation developments for women with breast cancer which I will embrace in my new Physiotherapy business with an art twist, Abstract Physio, launching in April. I hope you can all make it and please feel free to share the invitation to your friends, family and work colleagues.

Cheers Tracey.

Bella Donna invite


As 2019 draws to a close, I am delighted to announce that my next exhibition will be at Gallows Gallery in Perth in August 2020, showing alongside fabulous glass artist Margaret Heenan.

I held my first solo show ‘Little Pieces of Me‘ at Gallows Gallery in February 2018, where it was such a pleasure to work with the director Kathryn Stafford.

Kathryn is a second generation art dealer with over 30 years’ experience in the art industry in both WA and overseas. With a strong passion for Australian art, Kathryn took over the reins of the business in 2010 with one simple goal in mind. “I wanted to create a gallery that redefines the way in which Australian art is bought and sold. A space where artists love to exhibit and buyers love to visit…” .

Gallows Gallery is certainly a beautiful space with a light filled gallery, stockroom and courtyard. It’s nestled in Mosman Park, a western suburb in Perth, almost on the isthmus between the Swan river and the Indian Ocean.

I am proud to exhibit at Gallows Gallery as Kathryn represents some of Australia’s most prominent artists and many leading Western Australian artists.

Save the date!
Tracey Harvey with Margaret Heenan
13th -30th August 2020
Gallows Gallery

53 Glyde Street Mosman Park WA 6012
08 9286 4730

Opening Hours: Tues to Fri 10am – 4.30pm, Sat 12pm – 5pm, Sun 2pm – 5pm.

Perth College has amassed an amazing collection of art, artefacts, jewellery, sculpture and objets d’art for its 33rd annual Art Exhibition ‘In The Moment’ .  I am pleased to say that four of my paintings are included.  It opens on Friday 23 March and is only on for the weekend. So hop along and I hope you find something you like to take home with you!

Open Saturday 24 – Sunday 25 March; 10.00 am to 4.00 pm; $2.00 Entry (children free)

See their Facebook page for info: https://www.facebook.com/fineartatpc/

Sleepy Hollow 2017, acrylic on canvas, 80 x 80cm

Sleepy Hollow 2017,
acrylic on canvas, 80 x 80cm


Wow! Having a solo exhibition is a lot of work. I’m exhausted but also exhilarated.

I sold 12 paintings and have raised $4,600.91 to go towards the establishment of an OI clinic in WA (basically 65% of the exhibition takings). It seems like a lot of work and expense for not a huge donation. However, I feel the exhibition and our team efforts have gone some way to raising awareness of the issues around early diagnosis and integrated, tailored care for OI sufferers. I hope you agree? (Please comment below. I love to hear from you.)

Confidence Booster

It has been wonderful to see the change in Claire, my 12-year-old god-daughter, over the exhibition. She performed amazingly in front of the cameras for Today Tonight, The Sunday Times and The Post. She also sold her painting at auction to a buyer that is clearly over the moon with her purchase. Claire has even been asked to complete a large painting on commission. All due to the exhibition and the media coverage. Such a boost in confidence means that Claire is no longer (well, for the time being) shy about talking about her condition of brittle bones. She has expressed an understanding that everyone has something in their life that may be holding them back or perhaps they are ashamed of, but you can use it to make you stronger.

 Article in The Post, 3 Feb 2018 (Community News, p62)

It’s not too late to buy a painting or donate!

If you missed the exhibition and are keen to see the paintings, you can view and purchase via my Store on my website. Thank you to all who attended, to all the buyers and to everyone that has donated to MyCause. (BTW – you can still donate. All donations above $2 are tax deductible.)

The exhibition took place at Gallows Gallery in Mosman Park, 2-10 February 2018.

Thank you

Thank you to sponsors:

Lenton Brae Winery, Swanbourne Cellars, Chandon Australia, Taylor Rd IGA, Mobilia, Hire Society, Pit Crew Management Consulting.

… and thank you to

My family – Greg, Lachie, Lucca and my parents // Claire, Fern and Peter Dyball // Mario Dorazio // Aris Siafarikas // Kathryn Rowley for giving me this opportunity to exhibit at Gallows // Orla, Christophe, Carola and Di for help in photography, design, PR and marketing // Rick and Lilly at Arthritis and Osteoporosis WA // Cait and Paula at Child and Adolescent Health Services // Jen and Lizzie at Artisan Table for the amazing food // Penny, Pia and Grace in the office //Ben , Izzie and friends for helping with the drinks // Kathryn McCarthy (musician) // Jamie Harrington (auctioneer) // Friends … Tania, Clay, Fern, Pete, Sharon, Pete, Samantha, Lachie and Lucca who have trudged many miles helping me deliver invitations. And all my friends who have forwarded on invitations and supported me in this venture.

Installation shot f the Little Pieces of Me exhibition at Gallows Gallery, Perth. Installation shot f the Little Pieces of Me exhibition at Gallows Gallery, Perth.


Thanks to the help of the great folks at Arthritis WA, I am able to attract tax deductible donations to support the establishment of integrated care for people living with brittle bones (Osteogenesis Imperfecta). You can make a direct contribution via this link and it will be tax deductible (over $2). Please give generously.

Also, if you buy one of my paintings I will donate 10% of the sale price to the cause too, either from Gallows Gallery (2-10 February) or online from 3 February 2018.

I’m sure you realise now how passionate I am about supporting people with brittle bones. Why? Because when you know more about the condition either through a personal connection or from just learning about it, you understand how much integrated care is so needed in WA.

Here are some summary details about OI and treatment in WA:

  • Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI) is a chronic genetic condition starting in utero. It is estimated that 1:15,000 are born with OI. There is no gender or geographic preference.
  • OI is a collagen disorder that primarily affects the bones, causing them to be “formed imperfectly”, fragile and “brittle”.
  • OI may result in: short stature, blue sclerae, hearing loss, muscle weakness, hypermobility, restricted breathing and might affect the teeth (dentinogenesis imperfecta). Children born with more severe Types of OI can often sustain fractures during pregnancy or delivery. It can even result in infant death, often due to respiratory failure during or shortly after birth.
  • Optimal management of OI requires a multidisciplinary approach involving paediatrician, endocrinologist (bone and mineral physician), rehabilitation specialist, orthopaedic surgeon, dentist, geneticist, social worker/psychologist, physiotherapist, and occupational therapist.
  • At Perth Childrens’s Hospital/Princess Margaret Hospital, there is currently no formal rehabilitation regimen for children with OI who have experienced fractures and other affects. In many cases they are treated as any other child with a fracture and often this is to their detriment.
  • A designated patient-centred care is required.

Areas of support provided in an integrated care facility with dedicated staff would include: school, psychological support (e.g. needle phobia, social adjustment), medical linkages (e.g. audiology, dentistry, genetics), allied health support (e.g. physiotherapy, occupational therapy, dietetics, podiatry), contact to support groups (like OI Society of Australia, international OI groups, Short Stature Association of Australia).

Come along to the ART+MEDICINE talks at Gallows Gallery on Sunday 4 February 2018 to learn more. Find details on my other blog post.

I’m in countdown mode for my solo exhibition, Little Pieces of Me, which will show at Gallows Gallery from 2 -10 February.

Apart from being a huge effort, because it’s my first solo show, I am also really determined to raise awareness of Osteogenesis Imperfecta (brittle bones) through my work. The whole body of paintings are inspired by my association with the people who suffer from, and their families who live with, the effects of brittle bones, which usually means multiple breakages, operations and therapies. These people are so inspiring and no less the medical professionals who work tirelessly to find new therapies for this incurable condition and research its genesis.

I have a personal connection to OI, as my god-daughter has brittle bones. Claire loves to come and paint with me, so I’ve invited her to show one of her paintings at the exhibition and to auction it for the cause. I’d love you to come and see her work.

It’s been amazing to have the support of the OI team at Princess Margaret Hospital for this exhibition. You have the opportunity to meet some of the specialists and to learn more about OI at the Art + Medicine Talks that I am hosting at the gallery on Sunday 4 February at 2pm. Let me know if you can come: rsvp@traceyharveyart.com.au

When you buy one of my paintings, I will donate 10% of the sale price to this cause. Come to the exhibition or you can purchase online (from 3 Feb).

You can also donate directly to support this initiative via MyCause.

I love to hear from you, so please post comments below. Have a great day!

Sleepy Hollow Claire's Painting


Little Pieces of Me

I am really excited to let you know that I have secured a gallery for my first solo show, ‘Little Pieces of Me’.

It will take place after the summer holidays, 1-10 February 2018, at Gallows Gallery in Glyde St, Mosman Park, Western Australia (WA). So, mark your diaries now. The intent of the exhibition, and the inspiration behind the paintings, is to raise awareness of Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI), brittle fragile bones in children, and to support the work of the OI Society of Australia.

I highly recommend you watch this inspiring video made by the amazing Sarah Richards who has OI. Her father also has the condition and whilst there is no known cure, there are assistive treatments.