I grew up extremely shy and felt ill-equipped to use my voice to express whatever was happening within and around me. I was a silent bystander. Art became an outlet but on an unconscious level. I did not realize its hold on me until later in life when I came to realize that art fulfilled an intrinsic need. Creating art became a means of connecting me to my true self. Early on it was a private affair, one I did not want to share with anyone. Luckily my life experiences have helped me overcome my shyness. I now have the courage to speak up, reveal my soul, share and connect my work with the universe.

My imagery portrays a continuous dialogue with my psyche and the nuances of everyday experiences.

My work can also be seen at the following galleries: Red Chair Gallery, 103 NW Oregon Ave., Bend, OR, Angi D Wildt Gallery, 737 Broadway, Seaside, OR
and through High Desert Art League www.highdesertartleague.com

New Work “Out of the Shadows”

YouTube Video – Evolution of “Out of the Shadows”

Current Exhibitions. Click on the image for details or the gallery button for information.

monotype, michelle lindblom, bend, oregon, original, nature inspired, violet hues

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