Gallery

Welcome to Michele’s Gallery

A few words .. “I discovered the artist within me, quite by accident.  It’s a meditative flow and connection.  I started out with gel pens – lines, colours and patterns in flow.  People started telling me they noticed shifts in their energy as they viewed what I now call my Intuitive Healing Art.  Some refer to my art as “abstract expressionism” – I create acrylic and mixed media paintings on canvas and wood.   It’s about connecting, tuning in, and just enjoying the sense of flow was the lines and colours invite you to engage, shift and simply Be.

Sally Friedman (Author, Coach, Political Science professor at the University at Albany, NY),  posted on Facebook, “This is an endorsement for the Sparkle Cards.  They have shifted the energy in my house making it lighter.  Each and every card has its own energy and it is fun and meaningful just to experiment.”  A couple of months later, she remarked to me, “Even sighted people should be able to feel the cards! It’s not just because I am blind that I can feel them.  She had purchased her deck of Feel Good Sparkle Cards because she loved the energies she felt from holding different cards in her hands!

How to Experience The Work – Experiential Art!

Pick a painting you like…  Then, rotate, notice, rotate again.  It is all about feeling and noticing and allowing yourself to connect with flow.  Reflect on whether you notice any change in how you are feeling in the space.. Common Comments are:  Something’s Missing…, Something’s Incomplete…The light just got dimmer…, I’m missing it…, I can still see it…   If you are drawn to any of the Inner Reflections series of 4″ x 4″ or 6″x6″ acylic paintings, check the title and see how it resonates with you in the moment.  You may find this “inner reflection” interesting, fun and intriguing!  Interested in purchasing a piece, simply email info@micheleholung.com (CLICK the purple button at the top of this page) or visit, Studio 7 at VASA, 25 Sir Winston Churchill Avenue, St. Albert, Alberta, Canada. See also, Instagram: @SparkleYourAll.

Your feedback and comments are always welcome.  Thank you for visiting.

Michele's Studio

Michele likes to relax and connects with feelings and intention of helping others find their center, their genius and their joy.

“Sparkle your life Healing Art – owning the art that Michele produces has changed my business. I can feel the difference and movement in my business and people. Keep it on the wall, put it in your wallet, send it to friends, share your joy and passion with others. Keep it up Michele.  Love and Gratitude, Your friend and business partner Dorel Samoila” 

“Your painting makes my toes dance in my shoes. I need to choose one of these two as they are good for me. They call me the “dancing shoe lady” at the nutritional store in Bonny Doon Mall,” one of my new customers shared with me just before she paid for her “Compassion” painting.

Michele has participated in art walks in St. Albert, Edmonton and Wabamun.  These include artwalks by the St. Albert Painter’s Guild,  Whyte Avenue Art Walk, Art in Our Park and the Dragonfly Art Walk. Her painting “Autumn Blessings”  [24″x24″ Acrylic on Canvas] was on display in the Art Gallery of St. Albert’s juried “Guilded” Show (November 15th to December 29th, 2018).  “Harmony and Peace” and “Endearing Love” (24″ x 48″) were displayed in VASA’s Members Spring Exhibition (April 2017) and “Resilient You” in VASA’s “Magical, Mystical, Fantasy” Exhibition in October 2017. In Oct 2017 her art was displayed throughout the St. Albert Public Library.

Michele is a member of VASA’s Board (Since June 2017), as well as one of its 23 Resident Artists (Studio 7) at VASA [Visual Art Studio Association], St. Albert.  She is also a member of the St. Albert Painters Guild .

When VASA reopens once the Covid-19 restrictions are removed, you can see and experience her art in Studio 7 at VASA.  You may also see Michele’s art on Instagram @SparkleYourAll

VASA is Open to the Public, Tues-Sat 10am-5pm.  VASA is located at 25 Sir Winston Churchill Street in St. Albert. Admission is Free.