This image was painted as a functional floor cloth and now available as a giclee print on paper or canvas.
Floor cloths were used during the Renaissance in England and France to protect flooring from those tracking in and out of houses. By the 18th century, floor cloths could be seen in both Europe and America as more than just a durable cover for your floor, but also a work of art!
Michelle Spiziri's art is characteristic of Abstract Expressionism. However, she has an uncanny ability to bring out unique and evocative imagery while revealing unexpected visual stories.
She is also exploring ceramic sculpture as a medium of extended expression.
Much like life and while digging deeper within ourselves, inside the nucleus of Michelle’s art there exists layers of complexities, discoveries, and synchronicities forming before the reveal of a finished work.
Michelle believes that the sometimes chaotic journey involves a chrysalis state of deconstruction in order to create something fresh and meaningful.
Michelle's art work is extraordinary. Her work is soulful. She seems to connect to spaces that are only apparent when you take a second and a third look at her art. Her work is one of a kind.
I love Michelle's wit and spontaneity in her art. Her colors are raw and vivid. There is a lot of excitement and drama in her paintings.
Michelle Spiziri’s expressionist paintings, self-labeled "emotionalism,” are complex works of art manifesting both a well-mastered craft honed over the years, and a spontaneity tapping into the deep layers of the unconscious.
Michelle has always been a creative being and it comes directly from her soul. Her work is intuitive and authentic. She is always an inspiration. Love her work.
Michelle is an amazingly talented and imaginative artist. I feel really lucky to have finally purchased a few of her works; a great investment!