abstract, and often called Bohemian, style was conceived in the midst
of communist Hungary. Having noted her advanced talent for drawing as
a young girl, her parents sent her to study in Florence. Afterwards,
she then returned to Hungary to study with several masters and then
under the world renowned painter Endre Szasz.
on as an illustrator in a publishing house creating drawings and etchings.
Her copper and zinc plates were used for limited edition reproductions.
They were distributed throughout the world and displayed in both public
and private exhibitions. She began to work with acrylics and oils on
her own, exploring various styles and printing. Her work became well
known for its free flowing lines that reflect motion and emotion.
As Michelle developed her art, she craved to expand her knowledge and
came to the United States. The art community in Los Angeles embraced
Michelle, allowing her to further develop her mastery. Almost immediately
she became a recognized artist through her numerous art shows and installments.
Michelle was well received by art critics and became an active member
of the American Fine Art Institute. Through her involvement and collaboration,
she was elected as Member of the Board Exhibition.
She is now an
active member of the art community, nurturing and teaching young artists,
and dreams of creating a cultural center for both developing and established
Her current project
is a large commission series for a private estate. The collection will
include giant size oil paintings with a Renaissance influence. These
works of art will be available for exhibit after the completion of the
mansion, where they will permanently reside.