Lot 283 - Michelle Taube - Love Me
Oil on prepared paper
Signed on Verso
This auction is raising proceeds for The Hepatitis C Trust
Michelle Taube graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University in 2004 with a degree in Illustration with animation, where she specialised in watercolour painting. She then went on to complete a PGCE, after which she spent many years teaching Art and Design in schools and colleges. Michelle continued to produce and sell her own work, winning the IJYA young artist of the year in 2005 and exhibiting in and around Manchester and London. Michelle has exhibited in this year’s Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. Michelle’s latest ‘flower collection’ has seen a shift in her painting practice.
Michelle studied Illustration with animation at Manchester Metropolitan University and then completed a PGCE in Art and Design to teach Secondary School.
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2023
Tarpey Gallery Open 2023
Blue and Berry Gallery
Waterside Arts – Manchester Made
A Small Space
Cotton on Manchester
Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork
Flowers can say a number of things; thank-you, I love you, get well soon, happy birthday, my condolences or just a simple sorry.
Ask yourself the question!
Why do we give flowers?
Do we all love to receive them?
Are they a mask for an underlying issue?
Do they excuse a loved one’s behaviour?
Why bother giving them at all when they are here for such a fleeting moment before they die?
These 4 postcards celebrate the beauty of plants and flowers, all painted on a small scale in oils. They are a 2023 version of a still life study, mixing bold colours and simple compositions.
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