Florence, Michelle



Inspired by color, I understand how color impacts our daily lives and our emotions. Growing up, I was never satisfied with a Crayola box of 64 crayons – I wanted more! At the age of 3, I used that box of crayons to bring life to my boring white walls. Today, my art (and walls) continues to be filled with vibrant colors that evoke cheerful and bright emotions in my contemporary, minimalist, pop art style.  The mediums I enjoy include acrylic, gouache, watercolor, fused and stained glass, photography, clay and pen and ink. Whether it is with a brush or pen or mouse, I strive to create art that brings a smile to the viewer.  My art, photography and graphic designs have been honored to received numerous awards and recognitions across Texas. Two of my designs were selected to be part of the City of Sugar Land’s Phase III Traffic Control Box project. This public art project can be seen along SH 6 South.

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