Tracy Finn

Fine Art Stationery


Happy art makes happy people.


Where We Started

Tracy Finn has been painting with watercolors and oil paints since the 1980s. Several years ago, when her niece got engaged, Tracy had a great idea - she would create custom wedding invitations from an original oil painting done specifically for the bride and groom. Since then, she has created personal wedding invitations, birth announcements, stationery, and a perfectly witty card for every moment.

Classy & Fun

Tracy's background in childhood art education has kept her work fun and light. 

Tracy is always looking for ways to light up the spaces she touches and the lives of the people she works with. Whether that is with a large-scale landscape bringing calming energy to a hectic home, or a personalized card with a clever saying for someone who's had a long day.

 

"Classy and hilarious," is what a recent customer said after receiving the "You Say Tomato" card. That perfectly sums up Tracy's goals with her art - creating something beautiful and personal and having fun while doing it.

100% Handcrafted and Custom

Every print and card is handcrafted from an original piece of artwork by Tracy Finn. Tracy works with local craftsmen to have her work printed on beautiful archival art paper or stretched canvas ready for hanging. 

Giclee Prints:

  1. Tracy Finn's prints are limited editions and signed by the artist, including a Certificate of Authenticity.
  2. The stretched canvas prints are gallery wrapped and ready for hanging.
  3. The archival paper prints are standard sizes and easily framed.

Tracy has always believed that art should be accessible, which is why the same care and craftsmenship that goes into every oil painting goes into every card. For clever ideas for framing your cards, see the Gallery or contact us directly.

 

About the Artist

Tracy Finn is an award-winning artist living in Massachusetts. She is an art teacher, loving mother, and an excellent gift giver.

Tracy has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and a Masters of Art Education from SUNY Stony Brook. She lives in Marblehead, Massachusetts with her husband and is trying to convince her children to move closer to home, which will make everyone happy.  


 


If you have good thoughts they will shine out of your face like sunbeams and you will always look lovely.
— Roald Dahl