Color, shadow, and diagonals are important elements in Tracy Wiklund’s artwork. Using traditional oils on canvas and wood panels, she recreates places and objects that are dear to her.
Wiklund’s paintings are regularly juried into local, Midwestern, and national exhibitions. She is a member of the South-Central chapter of Wisconsin Visual Artists, participates annually in the Hardy Gallery’s Community Mosaic Project, and has served as coordinator for Madison’s Wisconsin Regional Artist Program.
In 2011, an exhibit featuring students from a UW Continuing Studies painting class motivated Wiklund to dust off her paintbrushes. She now finds time to paint, stretch canvas, make frames and take art classes.
Exhibit is on display in the G5/1 Corridor at the University Hospital.
Take H elevators to floor 1. Parking is available in the hospital ramp for a fee.