A little information...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I am currently caring for my sick mother and so, while I have uploaded some past works my new work will likely be slow in coming.

While life is not exactly the way I planned it right now, I wouldn't choose to be anywhere else.

I have created this blog to remind me, in the meantime, of who I am and what it is that I 'do'.

I hope you enjoy my 'stuff' as much as I enjoy yours.

Have a lovely day!

Saturday, February 28, 2009


Through the Veil

Mixed Media

on paper


Copyright 2009

11 comments:

Daria said...

Amazing ....

Audrey said...

Mmmm..Michelle, this might be one of my favorites so far. It reminds me very much of Canadian West Coast Aboriginal art. I am quite infatuated with anything "Haida."
Love audrey

Sadia Hussain said...

Radiant and superb design Michelle!
Beautiful choice of colors!

poemhome said...

nice stuff!

Debbie said...

That is stunning. You are extremely talented.

~Babs said...

Such intricate detail!
I'd love to know what the 'mix' is in the media,,,,it's beautiful!

James Parker said...

Through the Veil...have you heard the music piece by Diane Arkenstone by that name? You will love it. I hopped on your follower wagon for one reason...I'm getting addicted to your artwork.

Michelle said...

Babs, the mix is watercolour, acrylic ink and guache.

Thanks James, no I haven't heard it but I will hunt it down now.

Thanks everyone.

Julie-ann said...

This art is so full of inspiration, I feel like a beautiful life is just emerging, the beginning of indian culture,
fantastic!
Thank you for your message. Yeah, I have made the choice now to be stronger, hopefully come across as being more assertive but still polite. Hope it works?
Are the doctors good with you and your mum?

linda said...

i would love to know how you create these lovely pieces...I read your note on the sidebar but you stretch your paper onto canvas? you must staple it? I was wondering if you could use an acrylic medium to "glue" it on? anyway, I love this one, it's wonderfully intense and interesting in it's design...but they are all beautiful.

Michelle said...

Linda, I use an acrylic binder medium to stretch the wet paper onto the canvas, sometimes I mount the paper onto a frame instead of a canvas.