Michelle McKinney's Artwork

Michelle McKinney works with exceptionally fine woven metals, including stainless steel and brass. The unusual translucency of these materials brings a very ethereal quality to her work.

Michelle McKinney

Michelle McKinney is constantly inspired by the elegance and fragility of the natural world.

Her choice of subject matter deliberately contrasts with the materials used in her work. The movement of hundreds of delicate butterfly wings or falling leaves is depicted in materials renowned for their strength and durability.

McKinney works with exceptionally fine woven metals, including stainless steel and brass. The unusual translucency of these materials brings a very ethereal quality to her work. Each tiny piece of metal is hand cut and manipulated, layer by layer, to create a very unique multi dimensional work.

McKinney works to commission, accommodating bespoke colours & subject matter into each order. She exhibits in England and Scotland, with an increasing number of site specific placements. Recent projects include a public commission for the Royal Albert Museum, Exeter and an installation at Coworth Park.

Michelle McKinney's Art in Situ

A selection of available & sold art placed in situ, helping you visualise the artist's work in an interior setting. 

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