Tracy Murrell is an Atlanta-based visual artist. Murrell has shown in numerous group, solo, and juried exhibitions and her work has been featured in art publications including Create! Magazine, ArtVoices Magazine, Studio Visit Magazine, New American Paintings and Atlanta Magazine's Home. She has been awarded artist's residencies at The Hambidge Center for the Arts, Atlanta Printmakers Studio, Nexus Fund Studio at the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, and Green Olive Arts in Tetouan, Morocco. Recently she was awarded a Brown University's Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity in America (CSREA) Practitioner Fellowship for Spring 2022. Currently she is working on her first museum solo exhibition, Dans l'espoir d'un Avenir Meilleur (In Hope for a Better Future) ... Exploring Haitian Migration opening at Hammonds House Museum in 2021.