Michelle Anna Boire
Michelle Anna Boire is a Bay Area native, who currently lives in Menlo Park. She received her BA in Fine Arts from the University of California at Santa Cruz, and her MFA in Photography at San Jose State University. She teaches art and photography at a non-profit independent high school.
Michelle's artwork focuses on the concepts and psychology of personal memory. She is interested in exploring the way in which one's perceptions and means of negotiating memory work to form and foster an individual's identity.
Recent Exhibitions and Publications
2018 TEJAS Gallery, Dayton OH, Group Show: Millennial Show
2018 Maker's Magazine, Issue 5: Home
2017 Marin Museum of Contemporary Art, Novato CA, Group Show: AbstrAction
2017 Chromatic Coffee, Santa Clara CA, Solo Show: but please bear with me
2017 Adobe Art Gallery, Castro Valley CA, Group Show: Wake, Sleep, Repeat
2016 Killjoy Collective, Portland OR, Group Show: Nasty Women benefit show
2014 Gray Loft Gallery, Oakland CA, Group Show: Home
2012 Pajaro Valley Arts Council, Watsonville CA, Group Show: Photo Alchemy
2017 Women's Center for Creative Work, Los Angeles, Artists Teaching Art