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Welcome Michelle Reeves!

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Monday, 16 August 2021 to Sunday, 31 July 2022

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Michelle applied for Camelback Gallery's Featured Artist Designation.  Her artwork was juried and selected for this one-year online residency.  Welcome Michelle!

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Artist Locale:  Nashville, TN, USA
Style of work: Abstract
Subject Matter: Florals
Medium: Acrylic

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"Floral beauty has always been my sanctuary causing a visceral response to the beauty and possibilities of nature. It comes as no surprise that when I started to paint flowers literally exploded out of me as they bring so much joy and wonderful memories. I communicate my point of view, good, bad or ugly, through flowers/nature and color/texture - putting voice to canvas through paint and palette knife, in an impressionistic fashion."  Michelle

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Online Residency

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