Michele Foyer creates hybrid works that merge collage, sculpture and painting.The works invite viewers to engage with the interplay of painted monochromatic colors and hand-cut shapes which float on luminous fluorescent hues reflected on the wall behind the piece.

Gripped by the mystery of how people, things, cities and ideas exist in the constant flux of the world, she explores these philosophical musings through the sensations of color and shape which move outside of linear language and Platonic form.

While appearing unified at first glance, the sculptural paintings reveal a sly aggregate of colliding sensations, a subtle crazy quilt of disparate elements and methods of organization.The collaged pieces rejoice in this encountered fluidity which allows the new to emerge.

The works float on a glow of color reflected onto the wall from the painted reverse side.Paradoxically, this immaterial and variable light, best seen at the sides, constitutes the true “ground” of the piece.Flaps and collaged patches both reveal and obscure hidden colors, simultaneously encouraging multiple relations and diverse ways to traverse the work.

Michele Foyer holds an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute and a BA with honors from UC Berkeley. Her works have been exhibited throughout the United States for both solo and group exhibitions, and she is included in the White Columns, NYC Artist Registry curated by Matthew Higgs. Ucross Foundation, Morris Graves Foundation, Lucid Arts Foundation, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts and Vermont Studio Center have awarded her residencies.

New American Paintings will feature her work in the upcoming Pacific Coast edition. Additional publications include Friend of the Artist and Lucid Arts Foundation (book), as well as Art Practical,Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art and Southwestern Contemporary Art. Foyer has also curated exhibitions of contemporary art and writes about color from a non-modernist perspective.

Juror/Curator Award from Suzan Suzan,"This is the Future of Non- Objective Art," 2025, 2-person prize exhibition forthcoming NYC
Bedford Gallery, Cut Paste Create: The Art of Collage, forthcoming
Fourth Wall Gallery, solo exhibition
NIAD Art Center Invitational; curator: Mel Prest
White Columns'Online Invitational; curator: Brittany A King
New Painting, Site:Brooklyn Online, curator: Rachel Gugelberger
Millersville University, PA, 4-person Invitational
Root Division, Invitational, curator: Lisa McCutcheon