Mixed media and collage on paper. Number 3 of the ‘red riding hood’ series .
( original size 29×41cm.)

Michèle Meister , French / German visual artist studied Fine Arts at the Free International University Hamburg, Germany.
In 1993, Michèle moved to Santorini, Greece. where she had her own gallery “Gallery Kastelli”

Many of her works produced during this period are now permanently exhibited in Santorini, and are also in private collections in New York, New Orleans, Athens, Berlin, Venice, London, Paris and Melbourne.

In 2004 Michèle moved to Melbourne.

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  • Lisa  Jewell
    Lisa Jewellover 3 years ago

    amazing interpretation…

    xxx

  • thank you Lisa :) the next one they might be friends again …

    – Michele Meister

  • Marianna Tankelevich
    Marianna Tanke...over 3 years ago

    oh….another fantastic work from this series…. LOVE IT!

  • thank you Marianna for ALLL your positive comments :))

    – Michele Meister

  • adambogusz
    adamboguszover 3 years ago

    just wonderful…love it

  • thank you for your kind comment Adam :)

    – Michele Meister

  • Varry
    Varryover 3 years ago

    I am!!!! I’m really enjoying this series Michele :-)

  • and I am toooooooo…. thank you Varry :)

    – Michele Meister

  • donnamalone
    donnamaloneover 3 years ago

    ooo..i am! Great work Michele.

  • thank you Donna :)
    I don’t even know if wolfes exist here in australia ??? No , probably not…. but in Europe they are back :)

    – Michele Meister

  • Azellah
    Azellahover 3 years ago

    That should be a book cover.

  • maybe for a psychology book ???
    thank you Azellah :)

    – Michele Meister

  • Loui  Jover
    Loui Joverover 3 years ago

    very strong and powerful work michele.

  • thank you Loui, always nice to read your words :)

    – Michele Meister

  • prema
    premaover 3 years ago

    Great :)

  • thank you Prema :)

    – Michele Meister

  • Ina Mar
    Ina Marover 3 years ago

    I love the way the wolf comes from the darkness and takes form!

  • thank you Ina…. I think the worse is always in our imagination, that is where the wolfes takes it’s form…

    – Michele Meister

  • donnamalone
    donnamaloneover 3 years ago

    we’ve got dingos and feral dogs…no wolves…but still very scary

  • ah yep… I have heart of Dingos, but not of feral dogs… will have to do some research :)

    – Michele Meister

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