Michelle Archer

Michelle Archer

Painting


I started painting before I left school after which I took up College evening classes.

I once designed 2 Bar Meal posters for a friend for her cookery course.

My first experience of entering a competition was for the college logo back in 1980 (The badger, a borough of Broxtowe won).
My largest oil painting entitled "The Developing World" was entered in an exhibition (1982).
Designed holiday brochure pages for a coach company that I worked for at the time (1991 – 1994).
I made a large poster to advertise the opening of a Romanian Wedding shop locally (1997).

I have used my artistic skills throughout my work with designing posters and stationary for local small businesses since.
I have now taken up Art classes again, recently exhibiting a few paintings for charity (2011).

I have completed my first Commission piece and my Original watercolour painting Port Erin Bay has been displayed in the local Library(2014)

I have most recently exhibited from home.
I have exhibited at the Beeston Library for a second year.
My Nottingham scenes are displayed in a local Art Gallery.

I paint realistic dramatic Coastal, City Scenes some Still Life in Watercolours/Acrylics which are made into Mugs and Coasters, Prints and Greeting Cards. I also make seasonal Greeting Cards.

Michelle Archer
Michelle Archer


Not sure about something.. Just ask

This field must contain Alpha Numeric characters
This field must contain Alpha Numeric characters
You have not reached the minimum amount of characters required for this field

Human Verification

Please verify that you are human
Thank you! Your submission was successfully sent :-)×
Opps! Some went wrong... Your submission did not go through :-(×

© 2017 Belper Arts Trail | Site by: The Cherry Orchard