About textile artist Tracey Lawko


Textile Artist Tracey Lawko in her studioTracey Lawko is an award-winning textile artist, quilter, longarmer and embroiderer. She combines her love of traditional needlework techniques with free-motion longarm machine stitching to create finely stitched landscapes and richly textured still life art.

Her textile art has been selected for national and international juried shows including:

                                              • Carmichael Canadian Landscape Exhibition
                                              • Fibre Content
                                              • Art Quilt Elements
                                              • Fantastic Fibers at the Yeiser Art Center
                                              • National Juried Show of the Canadian Quilters Association
                                              • Niche Awards of the Buyers Market of American Craft
                                              • Convergence at the Tom Tompson Art Gallery
                                              • Fibreworks at Cambridge Galleries
                                              • Threadworks
                                              • Ontario Craft of the Ontario Crafts Council
                                              • Grand National Quilt Show
                                              • World Quilt Competition

One of her landscapes has been selected for the permanent collection of the US National Quilt Museum in Paducah, Kentucky. Find out more about Tracey’s stitched landscapes and  still life art.

Tracey’s textile art is available through:

Find out about Tracey’s shows here and latest news under events. Sign my guestbook to receive email notices about upcoming shows and events.

Tracey is frequently invited to speak to groups about her textile art and sources of inspiration. Contact Tracey about speaking to your guild.

Tracey is a CQA/ACC Certified Quilt Judge and had the honour of judging the National Juried Show of Quilt Canada in 2012 and 2016. Contact Tracey about judging your quilt show.