Tammy Ratcliff was born in Toronto in 1966. She studied printmaking at BealArt in London, Ontario and has been printing since her first class there in 1990. Currently, she lives in Guelph with her husband, artist Chris Ahlers, and works from her printmaking studio in the Trafalgar Building in the downtown.
Her work has shown extensively in group and solo shows, including: SHIFT – Environmentally Responsible Print Practice exhibition at McMaster Museum of Art in Hamilton; Print City: Detroit; Art Toronto with Open Studio; World Washi Summit; and Printopolis, Toronto. Most recently she completed ‘Memento’, which is comprised of works created during a month-long residency in the Norwegian arctic and is currently on exhibit at Renann Isaacs Contemporary Art in Guelph, Ontario.