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Mixed Media Paintings by Michelle MorinMichelle Morin is an... crss



















Mixed Media Paintings by Michelle Morin

Michelle Morin is an artist who currently lives and works on the seacoast of New Hampshire. She studied painting and art history at Massachusetts College of Art and have worked in the horticultural field cultivating a true relationship with plants, wildlife, and their distinctive habitats.

With many years designing and maintaining gardens, I have narrowed my primary focus to nature as a subject to reference. I work to convey the beauty and complexities of nature using texture, pattern, and narrative elements throughout my work, which range from elaborate watercolor and gouache compositions on paper to vast and more layered paintings on canvas. Through my travels, I continue to seek out inspiration from the natural world while honing in on the unique details that define each place.


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