Michelle Fillmore


Michelle E Fillmore studied oil painting with Federico Paris in Viterbo, Italy and went on to graduate with a degree in painting and drawing from the University of Nevada in 2015.

Michelle’s paintings describe her struggles growing up with a mentally ill family member.  Her work opens up a discussion about mental health and point out its inherent stigmas and challenges.  Her work embodies beauty in imperfection, suggesting that childhood adversities can ultimately be opportunities to grow.

In her most recent work, she takes on COVID-19 and the intense journey we have been on together as a society.  Read more about recent work here:  Michelle Fillmore Paints to Connect and manage Pandemic Emotions






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"Soury" Oil Painting by Michelle Fillmore - Adele Gilani Art Gallery

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How to Start An Artist Blog - Adele Gilani Art Gallery

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