Tracey Chan is a multidisciplinary artist and writer and Stacey Byer is an illustrator and painter living and working in Trinidad and Grenada respectively. Together, our specific talents form a fluid team with dynamic energy that offers fresh, innovative ideas (we call it the Trace and Stace factor).

WOMA started on an evening celebrating 10/10/10 at the seaside in Grenada, West Indies. A group of artists gathered to share a meal and the idea of a women artists' show surfaced. This was new to Grenada, so we lead the way to a successful exhibition and charity donation in March, 2011 with the help of many local artists, the Grenada Arts Council and Caribbean Art project to name a few.

We have been working together since 2011, and have formed an art collective, 4Hr Nap that is meant to be a framework for creativity, inspiration, exhibition and education. Our mission is to contribute to local and international art communities; create opportunities for Caribbean artists through exhibitions and events; and collaborate with other professional artists and groups. Our last project, Paradise was in collaboration with Caribbean Art project and took place in November 2011 in Grenada.

WOMA is now intended to be an ongoing project that under the 4Hr Nap collective, that aims to empower women artists, to show and share their work to the world.