Michele Foyer is a visual artist whose thoughtful abstractions address the nature of perception, aesthetics and representation. She holds an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute and a BA from UC Berkeley, (Honors.+ Departmental Honors).
Foyer has exhibited in the Bay Area, Los Angeles and New York. She was the 2019 inaugural artist for the IMPLY Data Art Program curated by Anne Albagli. She mounted a solo show at MAX Occupancy Art Projects before being asked to direct the curatorial program. Her exhibitions include: Marin Museum of Contemporary Art, ACLU-SF, Axis Gallery, Aggregate Space Orium III, SOMArts, Southern Exposure, Start Up Art Fair, Gallery Route One, Studio 110 Projects, Luggage Store, Limn, Diego Rivera Gallery, Swell Gallery, and Sanchez Art Center. In New York, Foyer has shown at Site:Brooklyn and in Los Angeles, at Temporary Space, Shoshana Wayne and UP + E.
Art Practical, SOMArts, SF Artful Living and Trestle Gallery Online covered her work. Lucid Arts Foundation, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and Vermont Studio Center granted her residencies. She was a fellow in The Critique Program directed by Ginger Wolfe-Suarez.
She curated 10 exhibitions of contemporary art. In conjunction with a 24-hour contemporary art experience for visitors, she also directed a program of artist talks.