Friday 30 May 2014

Blooms of Nigeria

Joining in with this project to try and keep it in the forefront of everyones minds.

By now you must have heard of the plight of the abducted Nigerian School Girls. Fellow illustrator Janna Morton and I have created a tumblr “BloomsofNigeria” to draw attention to the individuals lost and make the issue more visible, in our own way as women artists. We would love for you to join us in making a picture of a single flower and writing the name of one of the 180 known missing girls, in dedication and hope. Please let me know if you are interested and I will send you one of the names we have, for you to personalize. We hope to get this flower garden out into the world. Thank you in anticipation! --------------------------- "But though the stark numbers are powerful, it’s important to remember that each of these girls is an individual, with a family, friends, dreams — and a name. "


  1. all painting ares really beautiful. I am textile designer and value or quality in textiles depends on quality of the raw material used and the character of the yarn spun from the fibers, density of weave and finishing processes are also important elements in determining the quality of fabrics. Colors play important role to give attractive look to fabrics.

    Robert Green

  2. Hello Tracy. I'm a writer for a UK based Nigerian magazine. We are interested in this project and would like to contact you for a feature.
    Could you please send your contact details to
    Thank you!