Pristas creates large-scale abstract landscape paintings, mixed media acrylics, and monotypes that will bring your walls to life. She has completed over 27 successful commissioned projects and sold over 193 originals. Her creations are infused with Reiki healing energies, a Japanese system for channeling universal well being an energy the viewer can feel. This is a reason why her commissioned oils are selected for healthcare design. Her artwork has been featured on Lifetime TV's series Drop Dead Diva and the blockbuster movie The Breakup. Recently featured in Colorado Home Magazine. Online shop pristas.przm.com Prints available from Image Conscious.
My wife and I worked with Tracy on a painting for our home. We enjoyed the experience, and we were extremely pleased with the work. Tracy was easy to work with and also very professional in her approach to completing the work to our satisfaction. She listened to our desires, worked with us to achieve them, and performed the work in a timely manner.
Tracy worked on a commissioned piece which has become an anchor in the living space of my house. You can see it from many rooms, it is like the backdrop on a stage, bringing nature and peace.
Having art commissioned is different than buying something you see and like. Tracy was able to use elements of inspiration to me, as well as tailor the size and concept to fit me without the painting losing the underlying integrity of her style. It was a great experience and makes the painting feel much "mine" because I was part of the creative process.
-LBD Fine Art
Tracy Lynn Pristas is a wonderful artist to commission. She is a great listener and communicator, so you can be confident the art she specifically creates for you will be what you envision. She is meticulous in matching color tones (if necessary) and willing to work on commissioned pieces until all parties are 100% thrilled. Tracy is dedicated to her art and her clients, and works extremely hard to meet completion dates. She is a pleasure to work with.
In 2009 I commissioned a painting by Tracy Pristas for my home. Water Music, listed in the group here, has transformed the space, and draws viewers there because of its lively colors, energy and its musical tones, which aptly appear in its title. Tracy Pristas has much experience in the commission arena and has a wonderful sense of the space, surroundings and elements in her work which best suit that environment.
-Tipp City Schools
My wife and I had Tracy commission Jewel Toned Echo for our anniversary gift for each other. The painting is beautiful. As beautiful as her paintings look online or in catalogues, when you see the real thing, it is even more impressive. Looking at the painting really does have a soothing effect on me. My wife and I couldn't be happier with the entire process of working with Tracy.
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Attained Enchantment 48 x 48 Museum-Quality, 2018.
photo: Wes Magyer
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Cerulean Escapes II Print-On-Demand, 2017.
photo: Wes Magyar
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Eternity's Commitment / 48 x 48 / Museum Quality, 2017.
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