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Michelle Milano's Photography can be found published in:
Book, Artists Blue Book, 34,000 North American Artists, 479pgs, 2005
Website, Askart, The Artist's Worldwide Edition, Art, Prices, Paintings, 2005
Magazine, Birds and Booms Magazine 2005
Magazine, Birds and Bloom Magazine Gift Card Set 2006
Book Cover, Quotable Dogs by Milly Brown, 2006, 94pgs
Book, Secret Lives of Dolphins by Julia Barnes, 2007, 32pgs
Book, The Arkansas Journey Hardcover, Dr. Trey Berry 2007
Website, Fantastic Farm and Country Photos Website 2007
Book, All Dogs Have ADHD by Kathy Hoopmann 2008
Website, The Connected Lawyer website, 2011
Website, All Twitter, MediaBistro, 2011
Magazine, Weird New Jersey Magazine, 2012
Book, What Are Rights and Responsibilities? Leslie Harper 2012
Website, 'Arsenic Lobster' Poetry, August 2014
There are close to 2000 images available on FineArtAmerica by Michelle Milano.
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Learn more about Photographer Michelle Milano, read her bio below:
Michelle Milano was born in New Jersey in 1973, and has remained there. She is a self taught artist of 25 years and is now listed, as well as being a published photographer. Some of her works can also be found under her alias 'Rosespetal'.
Michelle enjoys the works of Salvador Dali, Joan Miro', Alexander Calder, and Pablo Picasso. She is in awe by Salvador Dali's work and with the funds from her first few sold paintings purchased an assortment of Dali woodcuts and illustrated books.
Michelle Milano has paintings which reside from NY to England, Holland to Germany all the way over to Japan. Her work is in private collections across the globe. In her prime of painting, two different restaurants displayed her work, one in Florida, the other in California. She is a self taught artist, and has won many contests throughout the years for her work. An example of her work is published in "The Artist's Bluebook, 34,000 North American Artists", 2005 as well as on websites like www.Askart.com. She has logged each painting and photograph for her records.
Michelle is known mostly in the art world for her whimsical Weimaraner, Poodle, cat and martini paintings as well as her large 4 to 5 foot floral or abstract murals. Many of her abstract paintings portray subjects with large eyes, elongated neck and arms in a surrealistic setting. After reaching her 1000th painting, she began picking up the camera alongside the paintbrush, and began focus on photography.
In recent years, Michelle volunteers her time at a wildlife sanctuary as a sub-permittee for the state in Wildlife Rehabilitation. When she is not able to volunteer, she spends her time helping to raise money for the sanctuary, as well as help out with their Facebook Fan Page. Michelle has raised wildlife, as well as domestic animals all of her life. She enjoys nature and pet photography best of all.
Michelle Milano's photography has been published in magazines, books and displayed on merchandise throughout the world. She is best known for her nature and animal photography although the subject matter spans even farther within her portfolio which can be viewed at http://www.MichelleMilano.ArtistWebsites.com
Her photos can be found displayed on a number of private and commercial websites. In recent years she has spent her free time expanding her portfolio with portraits of animals she has raised, cared for and released into the wild, along with trekking in the forest photographing untouched wildlife. She is inspired by trying to capture an animals primal nature and energy, at times also driven to share their human like expressions, actions and personalities.
Michelle Milano also creates hand sculpted fairy orbs, each one of a kind fairies within a glass ball, signed and numbered in limited editions. She enjoys the intricate detail as well as working on three-dimensional pieces. She has created them for over ten years and continues to make them for only a few months per year.