Printed art

From time to time, we transform some of our most beloved pieces of art into something new.  Please note that all prices are in Canadian Dollars.  As well, shipping is not included.  We can provide a shipping estimate once we know your location and what you are purchasing.  Some items are available directly through Amazon or the publisher.

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‘Alone Together’ Button

‘Alone Together’

I worked as a nurse in the time of SARS. My experience during SARS, led me to create a series of paintings about the challenges nurses faced as frontline workers. Now, 17 years later, I feel the need as an artist to respond to Covid-19. It is horrifying that health care professionals are risking their lives to save ours. At one point, they were forced to reuse potentially contaminated masks or patch together makeshift ones. The mask in the painting, ‘Alone Together’ is made from a coffee filter collaged with words from newspaper articles about COVID 19. I do not have a better medium than my art to express my profound sadness for the situation the health care workers are experiencing today as they battle against COVID-19.

~ Micheline Montgomery

1″ square metal button

1 for $4.00
5 for $18.50
10 for $35.00
25 for $80.00

‘The Soul Worker’ Magnet

‘The Soul Worker’

A Nurse is a Soul Worker. The mending of the body is only a fraction of what they accomplish each day. With their compassion, kindness, and specialized skills they encourage and inspire those they work with. Through their caring, courage and everyday heroism, the act of nursing becomes a life’s work. The Nurse is transformed into a vehicle of healing, becoming a Soul Worker.

~ Micheline Montgomery

1.75 x 2.25 magnet

1 for $8.00
5 for $38.50
10 for $75.00

Lucite Pendants

Lucite Pendants

These limited edition Lucite pendants are embedded with Micheline’s paintings. The pendants are finished by hand, making each one unique. The name of the painting and the Artist’s signature are engraved on the back. Each pendant is protected by a pure velvet bag.

$60.00

 

The Healer

‘Teaching the healing of self through compassion.’

50 limited edition pendants
size: 1 x 1.7

 

 

Serenity

‘Go inward.’

50 limited edition pendants
size: 1.2 x 1.8

 

 

Oneness

‘A sacred and experiential journey.’

50 limited edition pendants
size: 1 x 2.75

 

‘The Soul Worker’ Giclee Print

‘The Soul Worker’

A Nurse is a Soul Worker. The mending of the body is only a fraction of what they accomplish each day. With their compassion, kindness, and specialized skills they encourage and inspire those they work with. Through their caring, courage and everyday heroism, the act of nursing becomes a life’s work. The Nurse is transformed into a vehicle of healing, becoming a Soul Worker.

~ Micheline Montgomery

Small high quality giclée print on archival paper
Unframed.
Paper Size: 18 X 24
Image Size: 21.6 x 14.4
$200.00

Large high quality giclée print on archival paper.
Unframed.
Paper Size 36 x 24
Image Size 14 x 21.5
$500.00

‘Just Sit’ 

‘Just Sit’

Micheline Montgomery

2016

This artist book is composed of 14 mixed media images mostly of the Buddha. For me, the act of creating Buddha paintings represents a symbol of peace. When I am at my art table and facing a blank canvas, I often catch myself painting a Buddha image. Without meaning to, it seems I have created yet another Buddha. “So be it,” I say to myself, “I am a Buddha lover!”

Available on Amazon

‘Stitched and Beautiful’ 

‘Stitched and Beautiful’

Micheline Montgomery

2016

This artist book began one day when I came across the image of a woman’s face for a make-up ad. It was artistically and boldly done and drew my attention. I cut out the image and reflected on it. For days I thought about women’s aesthetic anxiety regarding the meaning of beauty. Are we that concerned about our outside look that we want to change the original mold?

Available on Amazon

‘Beauté en Courtepointe’ 

‘Beauté en Courtepointe’

Micheline Montgomery

2017

Ce livre artistique est né le jour où j’ai vu le visage d’une femme dans une annonce publicitaire de maquillage. L’image a attirée mon attention par son ton artistique et audacieux. Je l’ai découpée et elle m’a fait réfléchir. Durant des jours, je pensais à l’anxiété esthétique que les femmes ont autour de la définition de la beauté. Etions-nous si préoccupées par l’apparence extérieure, d’en vouloir changer le modèle original?

Disponible chez Amazon