About Michele Kapor
"Color, light and mood are the three things I try to master in my paintings. the for
studying the enormous variety of landscapes. Mixing colors in oil paints blends
the colors of a landscape into a rich quality."
Each painting leads on to the next in a continuous journey of learning
Michele's paintings are done in the style of the old masters....on stretched raw linen.
Her classical training is evident in the masterful use of color, light
and shadow. Each painting is done in 4 to 8 layers for the
style immediately and her buyers are located in every state.
Michele Kapor was born into a ranching family in Montana
and can appreciate the closeness of a mountain valley or the
expanse of a desert sky. After graduating with a Bachelor of
Arts degree from Arizona State University, she spent the next
decade in the travel business. She is a world traveler and
has spent many hours studying the various moods and
lighting of landscapes all over the globe. Her career has
taken her from the Bay Area of California back to her roots in
Montana where she has resided since 1980 and works from her home
She is currently the Vice-President of the Montana
Professional Artists Association. She is a founding member of
MPAA and the Two River Movement artists groups. Kapor is
also a member of the National Oil and Acrylic Painters Society (NOAPS).