Michelle Dinelle is an awarded Canadian abstract painter known for her use of bright colors and expressionist style.
Michelle Dinelle is an award winning artist working from her home studio in Toronto, Canada.
Her dynamic and unique use of bright and vibrant acrylic colors along with a signature style of circles, swirls and dots create movement and inspiration. Her work has been noted as being almost whimsical, carrying the viewer to a simpler more beautiful world that only exists within each painting she pours her soul into.
'Michelle's paintings seem to flow flawlessly, the paint dancing along the canvas in a whirlwind of emotion that radiates from each element of the painting, as if it was meant to be there and just waiting to be brought to life'. Andres Silvera, Visual Artist
Michelle's artworks have been published; awarded and recognized in juried competitions both nationally and internationally; and are held in private collections throughout Canada, the United States and Asia. Active in the Toronto arts community with her works often included in curated gallery exhibitions and displayed in local business establishments.
I create abstract, floral and landscape paintings infused with bright colors. Painting in an expressionist style, I’m inspired by the beauty of nature and the emotions evoked. My creative process evolves intuitively from what I can only describe as a blissful ‘altered state’. Blending my chosen colors directly on canvas, watching them merge before me, layer upon layer, leads the way. Adding my signature whimsical dots completes each journey.
While I continue to explore this fascination with paint, I remain humbled having my artwork not only awarded but knowing that wherever displayed that my pieces bring a sense of joyfulness in this sometimes hectic world in which we live.
2019 Premier Issue of the Art Treasury Collector's Annual.
My works are included in this beautiful publication featuring a diverse array of artistic figures in today’s global art world who are breaking rules and achieving new heights in their work.
'A Day in the Life' feature article in the Toronto Guardian, by Joel Levy, January 2017.
Learn a little more about me and my artistic process.
ArtAscent Art & Literature Magazine, April 2017 Vol 24.
Distinguished Artist Award and Feature.
This issue explores the Theme of Bliss - an inherent quality of the human experience is the quest for happiness.