Mishel’s paints contemporary; her floral and nature scenes portray tranquility; her style captivating as it soothes the viewer. Mishel has developed a unique ability to draw the audience deeply into her creative vision. She’s also known for her impressive color schemes and graceful compositions which effectively merge nature into her canvas.
Mishel is a primarily a self-taught artist, she began painting on her own in watercolor in 2002. Her first Koi painting was exhibited at a juried show won an award. In 2005, her One-Woman show sold seventy five percent of her original works. Two years later, her original paintings achieved gallery representation in the US Virgin Islands. In 2011 her large acrylic abstracts paintings were exhibited and sold at International Airports in New York and Mexico. Recently, her floral painting achieved a first place award. Mishel’s paintings are in corporate and private collections in the United States and abroad.
Mishel was Born in Brussels, Belgium and is a long time resident of California. She currently lives in northern California. She paints from her home studio and draws her inspiration from nature, the places to which she has traveled and the beautiful surroundings where she lives.
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2014 Silicon Valley Open Studios, Los Altos, California
2014 Art Exhibit / Reception, Art Ark Gallery, San Jose, California
2012 Solo Exhibit / Artist Reception: Carney, Sugai & Sudweeks, LLP
Law Office, Los Gatos, CA. (Featuring over 45 original works).
2011 Exhibiting throughout Silicon Valley, Santa Clara County,
California. Professional venues include; City Attorney’s Office;
Essex Properties; Tangerine; Castellamare, Half Moon Bay, CA
2011 Awarded First Place, Iris Garden, Sunnyvale Art Club,
2010 Featuring Large Abstract Paintings, JFK International Airport,
2010 Exhibition, Puerto Vallarta International Airport, Mexico.
2007 Gallery Representation, St.Thomas Gallery, US Virgin Islands.
2005 Gallery Show Award, Pacific Art League, Palo Alto, California.
2005 One Woman Show, New Bamboo, Portola Valley, California
(Sold seventy five percent of original paintings hung).