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Yes Sway - Michelina Williamson

$875.00
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  • 24x12 in
  • Acrylic on canvas

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Michelina Williamson is a painter who began her art practice as an experimental filmmaker. Williamson graduated from the Ontario College of Art’s New Media program in 1991 and exhibited work in Toronto, Montreal and Germany. In 2010, she obtained a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Ontario College of Art and Design University and the next year took up painting.

“I began to feel a disconnect within the ever-increasing digital process of filmmaking. The tactility and immediacy of painting brings more meaning to my work with a physical and emotional connection.”

  • Sweet Melody | Original Art
  • 24" x 12" inches
  • Acrylic on canvas

 

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Yes Sway - Michelina Williamson

$875.00

Michelina Williamson is a painter who began her art practice as an experimental filmmaker. Williamson graduated from the Ontario College of Art’s New Media program in 1991 and exhibited work in Toronto, Montreal and Germany. In 2010, she obtained a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Ontario College of Art and Design University and the next year took up painting.

“I began to feel a disconnect within the ever-increasing digital process of filmmaking. The tactility and immediacy of painting brings more meaning to my work with a physical and emotional connection.”

 

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