the art of michele bosak

posted by the scholar on October 8th, 2008
filed under: art, artists, mixed media

When I went to the Renegade Craft Fair last month I saw a lot of great stuff, but was immediately drawn to a few certain things, one of them being the wonderful artwork of Michele Bosak. Michele, who told me she was just finishing up her MFA in Drawing at NIU, splits her time between northern Illinois and Michigan. Her collection has charming childhood themes, greatly effective negative space and a thoughtful vintage feel to it. The soft color selections draw me in and envelop me like a favorite childhood blanket once did.







I appreciate Michele’s use of many types of media, like graphite, ink, watercolor and acrylic paint. It’s hard for me to pick a favorite in her collection but since I bought this piece, I think I like her wax and oil paint encaustic paintings best.


See more from Michele on her website, blog and Etsy shop.

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3 Responses to “the art of michele bosak”

  1. mkc Says:

    très jolis et fins ces dessins!

  2. sosser Says:

    thought provoking stuff. nice looking, too!

  3. the scholar Says:

    je conviens complètement! 🙂

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