Michèle Paris-Seubert is a French American artist who grew up in Southern France and now resides in the San Francisco Bay area.
Michèle has broad artistic interests as reflected in her portfolio of highly diversified themes, styles, and mediums.
Michèle is an accomplished photographer. Her photographs can be realistic or abstract. In addition to photographing landscapes and architecture, she has recently focused on bird photography as a way of embracing her strong connection with birds.
As a painter, she alternates between oils and watercolors. Michèle recently has been particularly drawn to watercolors for their freshness, spontaneity and translucency. Her latest watercolors include landscapes and portraits. Several years ago, she had lots of fun creating a children’s story and illustrating it with her own watercolors. Her oil paintings include landscapes, close-ups of flowers inspired by Georgia O’Keefe, and even abstracts.
In the fall of 2020, she embarked in a different adventure as she transferred several of her personal artworks onto fabric. Art applied in such a way gives it a functional twist and makes it accessible to a larger public. In her continuous search for a new approach and new challenges, she remains an eternal devoted follower of Vincent Van Gogh and John Singer Sargent whose brushstrokes, palette and love for light are her constant source of inspiration. Artist Website LINK