MICHELLE LEVIN

The Abramson Cancer Center of the University of Pennsylvania
Last Modified: May 3, 2002

Pastel Study pastel 24 x 40 inches 1995

My Father's Painting oil 40 x 24 inches 1993


The world we live in is forever presenting us with obstacles. As an artist, my intention is to use balance of color, line, and design to lead the observer into a release from these obstacles. I've tried to place my artwork where it perhaps will be uplifting. I think art should bring us out of the realm of the ordinary.

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