Gracey Weisbrod is known for work that embraces intense colors and a zest for life.
Gracey graduated from The Ohio State University in 1966 with a degree in fine arts education. As a freelance artist she became known for her beautiful pottery and Historical ink drawings. Painting, however, has always been her passion.
Gracey’s paintings have been exhibited in several invitational shows and in galleries across the country. She was featured in Edison State Community College’s Show entitled “Five Women in Art”; she has shown at the Glendale Gallery in Cincinnati, Ohio and Bronstein and Sigg Fine Arts in Carmel, California.
Her work was also presented in the following one-artist exhibitions, “Color….Energized” at Complements Design Studio, Dayton, Ohio, “Au Printemps…color awakens” at the Marie S. Aull Education Center at Aullwood Audubon Center and “Celebration of Spring” at Wright State University.
She received a very special honor from her alma mater, one that is reserved exclusively for faculty, students and alumni of The Ohio State University when the university invited her to exhibit her work at The Ohio State University Faculty Club. The one-woman show was titled “The Shape of Color.”
Gracey’s work is collected by art lovers through-out the country and internationally.