Unique and Artistic Gifts

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Arts Uncommon  recently added the artwork of Michel Keck, mostly her dog prints that are so fun and unique. 

Internally driven, and emotionally charged, Keck's original abstract art and mixed media paintings have been described as "dark yet uplifting simultaneously". Keck works in a wide variety of mediums. When viewing Keck's portfolio for the first time one is under the belief that the works presented are the creations of several talented artists. The diverse collections however are the efforts of just one. Explosive abstract art paintings, contemporary mixed media collage art, recycled art, dog portraits, spiritual paintings and her intricate and obsessive circle drawings are just some of the styles you will uncover when you delve into the world of Michel Keck.

Michel Keck is a self-taught, abstract painter from the mid-west. While Michel has been creating art in various forms throughout her life it was not until 2003, after having naturally reversed several serious health conditions via a raw food diet, that she started creating her art on a full-time basis.

In a fairly short period of time, Keck accomplished unheard of achievements as a self-representing artist. Selling her original abstract art & mixed media paintings via methods that most in the art world deemed unconventional, Keck garnered the attention of astute, contemporary art collectors around the world. By the end of 2006 Keck sold over 1,500 original paintings to art collectors throughout the U.S., Canada, Brazil, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Netherlands, Ireland, Chile, France, Italy, Austria, Portugal, Greece, Norway, Malta, Puerto Rico and the United Arab Emirates.

Keck's original abstract art paintings and mixed media assemblages have been exhibited in London, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Dallas, Indianapolis, High Point, Pittsburgh, Lake Tahoe and Las Vegas.

Keck has created work for corporate projects for hotels, restaurants and upscale department stores such as; Bar Louis and Nordstroms. Her works can be seen on the big screen in the films The Longest Ride and Chappie. Actress Sigourney Weaver personally chose her original collage pug art to be used as part of the set dressing in the movie Chappie. Her art has been featured as backgrounds in several television programs including HGTV's House Hunters, and for five seasons her artwork was featured in Malory Archer's office on the hit adult tv cartoon Archer.

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