Michelle Kaufman

Portfolio Categories: Paintings.

Michelle Kaufman is known for vibrant figurative works that feel alive, as well as conceptual text based art. On 9/11/2001, she was on the plane that took off one hour before the one that crashed in Pennsylvania. That day provided her subconscious with indelible proof of our ephemerality. This led her to follow her urge to pursue her art full time in 2007, starting by studying at Hunter College.

Michelle creates paintings from her own photographs.  She uses a long lens to take these photos in order to achieve an invisible intimacy with people.

Michelle’s conceptual art has been chosen for numerous shows around New York, including CurateNYC’s “Humans, Words, and Animals” and “Cashing Out” at NurtureArt. Her text based conceptual art is currently available from the Flat Files at Pierogi Gallery in Brooklyn, and can also be found at Spectrum Gallery in Centerbrook, Connecticut.

Spectrum Art Gallery and Artisan Store

The Gallery is an expansion of the non-profit Arts Center Killingworth

Reproduction of any images on the Spectrum Gallery website is strictly prohibited.

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