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On the Easel 29 | Apr


Here's a quick shot of a 20"x32" three-panel piece I'm working on this weekend. Enjoy!


-Michelle






Study in the Studio 09 | Apr


Here's another little study on my easel here in California. Spring and the beautiful weather this weekend are helping me capture a sense of vibrancy and of emerging... and I'm having a blast painting the motion in fabric!


Michelle






Study in the Studio 01 | Apr

 


There's a new batch of work brewing and destined for my October duet show at RLS with Robert Lange. During the past few months I've worked with 4 models, giving them the concept of SOAR as a starting point, to develop regency images. In addition to capturing my favorite subject matter, figures in motion, I'm excited to layer on strength of character, resolve and empowerment in the midst of turmoil. This fierce little 3-panel study is begging me to make her bigger.

More to come!

-Michelle





don’t be afraid, dear 12 | Oct


I typically don't paint animals.  So when the challenge came for the Vendue's group show, Lions and Tigers and Bears, I was a little stumped.  What evolved from a little brainstorming was a timely take off on the Grimm fairy tale, Little Red Riding Hood and features the Big Bad Wolf.
don't be afraid, dear.18x14"oil on 3 acrylic panels

TWELVE! 12 | Oct



"Joy Full Throughout" is a 12" high by 12" wide by 12" deep by 12-panel painting that's complete for the TWELVE group show!I played with the opacity of the layers to allow you to look through this perpendicular painting.  It's tough to capture the depth with one shot, so here are a few photos from different angles.  Enjoy!
-Michelle


coming soon! 28 | Sep


Michelle Jader is working on a 12 panel piece for our upcoming exhibit TWELVE. Excited to see the finished piece.








perpendicular paintings 11 | Jun


Walking down the streets of San Francisco can be brilliant and beautiful.  And it can also feel a bit mysterious.  That's the feeling I tried to capture in this series of 5-panel paintings.  I've continued to push how I use acrylic panels and really use the benefits of the semi-transparency by making these paintings viewable from 3 sides.  They are mounted to the wall perpendicularly (in a beautiful frame that took months of collaboration with a master carpenter to develop!) so you can see the people on the street both walking toward you and away from you.  The light shifts as it passes through the painting and continues to change as you walk around it.  The depth I was able to achieve takes the perpendicular paintings in an exciting direction.

street of shadows - finding the light    18"x10"x5"    perpendicular paintings    oil and archival print on 5 acrylic panels

-Michelle



familiar strangers 31 | May


This next group of paintings explores that moment of transition when you step outside and into your new surroundings.  I'm drawing on this series based on my move to San Francisco 10 years ago.  When I arrived, my new world seemedout of focus.  Simple everyday actions likewalking down the street went by like ablur.  But little by little and step bystep, my foggy world came into focus. With time, the streets I traveled startedto become familiar and people I initially met turned into friends.  Painting groups of people on the streets is a new direction for me and has allowed me to continue to work with several layers of acrylic panels, bring figures in and out of focus, and play with motion in a new way.  



familiar strangers    22"x44"    oil on 3 acrylic panels

-Michelle

beginnings 24 | May


Here's the final, completed painting that's en route to Charleston for next month's show! beginnings    34"x42"    oil on 2 acrylic panels
-Michelle

desiring 16 | May


This is the third of 3 paintings for my upcoming solo show in June that explored the desire for clarity in an unfocused new world and the yearning for connection.  It’s painted on 2 acrylic panels with the shadowing on the second/background panel and the figure painted on the first/front panel.
desiring    17″x28″    oil on 2 acrylic panels
-Michelle

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