Tracy H. Sugg, Sculptor


From shows in the nation's capital to solo shows in New York City, Tracy's sculpture is garnering increased attention in the art world.  With an attention to detail that brings life to her portraiture and an immediacy to her figurative work, Tracy's work combines the classical beauty of the Baroque with the expression of the Impressionist.  Tracy's sculptures can be found from the United States Military Academy at West Point to a city park in Kosciusko, Mississippi, as well as in numerous churches, businesses, and private collections across the country and in Europe.


Tracy is proud of her Native American heritage and is a registered member "Indian by blood" of the Deer Clan of the Echota Tribe of the Cherokee Nation.

Fine Art Bronze Sculpture & Monuments

Artist's Statement:

    It is my Desire that my sculpture reflects a Touch of the Infinite,

    By continually seeking to learn:

            the inherent beauty of Creation

            the value and mystery of Life

            the noble epiphany of Truth

     I strive to create an enduring tribute to humanity's highest ideals and aspirations


Thus conveying the eternal message of Hope, Truth and Beauty through the ever-expressive language of Sculpture.

                                                     - Tracy H. Sugg