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Friday, 7 January 2011

A New Year!

This is a selection of my art work from last year, a year which looking back has been exceptionally creative for me.
Some of these including many new pieces will be on show at the end of this year at The Herbert Art Gallery in Coventry.
I have recorded a pod cast interview about my work at the gallery, so before the exhibition you will be able to hear me talking about how important my art work is to me and my life.
There maybe a small snippet of it next week which I will link on my blog!

This is going to be a very busy year for me as I continue to develop my art work.
Having the opportunity to share my work with a gallery audience has taken me on a new exciting journey, working on much larger pieces, which has been challenging and liberating.
My landscape, feelings and dreams, anything I want it to be.

23 comments:

Julia said...

Congratulations on your success last year and good luck with everything coming your way in 2011!

avomeri said...

All the best in 2011 Michala!
I'm sure the exhibition will be a success

Julie said...

Happy New Year Michala and I hope this year is as exciting and productive as last. Your collage selection is wonderful, so much beautiful work.

Valerianna said...

Seeing your work all together is stunning.... much continued creativity to you in the new year. May you inspire others to explore new ways of working and hope the show is a seed for many, many more, good luck!

Fioleta said...

Congratulations again! And best of luck on continuing your creative journey.

Twiglet said...

Happy New Year Michala - may it be every bit as successful as the last one!!

Inge said...

Michaela, congratulations to your successful year - A Happy New Year to you - I wish you strength and a lot of inspiration on your path of creativity. It is always a pleasure to visit your blog. Greetings from Inge

Karen L R said...

How wonderful!

artymess said...

Good for you .....all the best with your new venture ...your work is a joy ........xx

Heather said...

I hope 2011 will be another rewarding year for you Michaela. We will reap the benefit too in being able to enjoy looking at the beautiful pieces you create - they are all stunning.

Jasmine said...

Your work always amazes me. i look forward to seeing much more in 2011 xJ

Heloise said...

Wonderful collection of your work. Wishing you every success with all that you create this year.

Julia said...

Beautiful.
Well done on all of your well deserved successes, I cannot wait to see what you bring us in 2011.

Much love
Julia x x x

Tammie Lee said...

I feel happy for you and your creative journey and creations! How wonderful that your are exploring your art in new ways and being appreciated for what you love to do.

I have enjoyed your art from the first moment I saw it. Wishing you a wonderful year.

Gunnels blog said...

I wish you good luck for this New Year with tor lovely atwork and the exhibition!

cardinal arts said...

so amazing! such beautiful work - you have done so much last year
and this year looks just as busy
good luck with the rest of the creations for your show
__a

Edwina Sutherland said...

That's an mazing body of work. I wish you every success with the show.

Karen L R said...

Your beautiful work is inspiring. All the best in 2011!

sea-blue-sky & abstracts said...

A belated Happy New Year to you Kayla - love the mosaic in this post, inxluding the photo of you with one of the larger pieces.

The Christmas Eve post is lovely too, with its wintry beauty.

Good luck with the exhibition. x

ruthie said...

Michayla, Happy (belated) New year to you too. It sounds as though it is going to be a great year for you, a continuation of the last one. I look forward to hearing your podcast. Keep up the good work. x

Melody said...

How exciting .. happy new year to you and all the best for 2011

silverpebble said...

A belated Happy New Year to you. What a stunning mosaic of your work. I look forward to seeing more this year - it's always such a treat to visit here x

Lynn said...

your larger piece is very exciting as is your journey into gallery shows. Enjoy the ride.