Happily ever after isn't the end of the story, it's a way of life.
Michele Braniff has been drawing, painting and making colourful art since high school. She has received art instruction through informal settings, such as adult art classes and small classes with local Cambridge artists. Michele’s technique, with marker and Japanese papers, is largely experimental and self-taught.
Michele has had an eclectic working career: lawyer, mediator, adjunct lecturer at University of Waterloo, self-employment coach; she has degrees in law and counselling. Michele recently completed a graduate diploma in social innovation.
She is currently a program manager for the mental health services department of Lutherwood. Her paintings have been juried to art shows at the Woodstock Art Gallery, Cambridge Centre for the Arts, with showings at Cambridge City Hall, Centre in the Square, The Hub and The Accelerator, and other exhibits in Kitchener/ Waterloo and Cambridge. Her paintings can also be found in many private collections.