WAOWing the Centennial State / Usibelli, Michele
Women Artists of the West
7/06/2013 - 7/28/2013
Cultural Arts Council of Estes Park

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Usibelli, Michele

Michele Usibelli

Passing Time
oil
18" x 14"
$1600.00

 

"During my work in architecture, I felt deeply connected to the arts. But I truly discovered my passion when I
began to explore oil painting. For me, the process of creating begins with a scene that I feel carries a certain
energy and evokes an emotion. I find myself drawn to subject matter with rich colors or intriguing light. The
vignettes of everyday life that inspire me to paint, regardless of whether it's a landscape, figurative work,
cityscape, or portrait. It is my primary goal to have each artwork I create resonate with energy and the poetry of
light. I follow my own 'rule' of painting what is truly important to me and feel very fortunate to be able to share that
with all those who support and appreciate my work. There is nothing more gratifying than knowing that my work,
which is so important to me, is appreciated by others."