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Hello and welcome to Michelle Golding Art!

Michelle's artistic expression intertwines hand-drawn details with textures inspired by nature, often incorporating photographic elements.  Michelle aspires for her work to instigate meaningful conversations, arouse curiosity, inspire wonder, and foster connections that bring joy and contentment to our daily lives. 

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I'm so glad you've popped by! Please feel free to say hi through my contact page. You can read my blog or sign up for my newsletter here. I'm looking forward to getting to know you...

Here's a little about me...

I'm an artist, teacher, potter, art as therapy enthusiast, I also love spending time with family, poking around markets and exploring new places. How about you? 

G'day 

Welcome!

As a child I loved to draw. Unfortunately I also drew with dads car lighter on his Holden Premier dashboard - oops those pretty circle marks were permanent! 

 

Eventually I attended art school where I learned to use the materials properly, sort of. I journeyed onto the pathway of no return - I fell in love with art making, especially clay. From starting my first business, Shelly Gold Ceramics to now it's been a wonderful adventure. Fair to say, I just can't stop so here we are!

 

I still make ceramic art but I also paint and more recently am delighting in creating surface pattern designs for all kinds of products and uses such as book covers, wallpaper and fabrics. Check it out in my gallery. 

Exploring creativity gives me such a sense of joy and I love to share this with others. Why not drop me a line if you're interested in a workshop or a private lesson in art making. 

You are also welcome to use my colouring pages which I'm adding to regularly. 

See you soon!

Michelle x

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Acknowledgement of Country

I acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which I work, the Wangal and Gadigal people of the Eora Nation.

I acknowledge that this land was, has been, and always will be Aboriginal land.

I pay my respect to the world’s oldest continuous living culture and recognise their beliefs, their history, and their deep connection to the land.

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