Nanaimo artist Michelle Randle showcases her unique collection of mood paintings during a one-night exhibit at the Vancouver Island Conference Centre.
The show will feature Mood Inspirations, a collection of five abstract paintings that create a different mood depending on where they are placed and who is looking at them.
“You don’t have to know anything about art to enjoy the effects of the paintings,” Randle said. “The pieces in my new collection inspire a sense of calm and healing that compliment any space and any person.”
Randle is looking forward to meeting people at the event, set for March 15, 7-9 p.m.
“Abstract art can be intimidating for many people because they don’t feel they know enough about art to understand the meaning of the images,” says Randle. “My new collection is very much about being in the moment and focusing on the feelings the colours evoke so there is no right or wrong way to interpret the pieces.”
The solo art show is a first for Michelle Randle and will provide an opportunity to connect her community with her art.
A lifelong Nanaimo resident, Randle graduated from Vancouver Island University’s visual arts program in 2009.
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