Biography of Michele Woodey
Michele Woodey graduated with honors in Fine Arts from Brighton School of Arts in England 1979.
While working as an antique and art restorer in London she continued her education with university courses in English, teaching English as a second language, printmaking, and photography.
From 1981-1986 Michele was a part-time tutor teaching foundation level students in conceptual development, drawing, and painting while continuing to develop her own artwork.
In 1986 Michele spent some time in New York, then eventually settled in Canada. She has had multi-disciplined experiences as Joint Head of Montessori School art programs, guest lecturer, and artist in residence at The Aitlin School of Art, and as Arts council artist in various other post-secondary and graduate school programs.
Michele Woody has held solo exhibits of her work at the prestigious Nexus Gallery in Brighton England, at Erindale College with the University of Toronto, and multiple showings at Galleries in Toronto.
Selected corporate collections include Xerox Canada, The Art Gallery of Ontario and the University of Toronto. Her artwork is in private collections spanning cities from London and New York to Barcelona and Toronto.