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About Michelle Weiner

Michelle Weiner is a printmaker and textile artist. Her work captures familiar childhood scenes and natural environments, immortalising the tranquil, tender and fleeting moments that permeate the fabric of our everyday lives.
Michelle takes inspiration from salvaging and preserving images and mementos, rescuing countless discarded iPhone snapshots and photographs hidden away in forgotten boxes. She mindfully curates these frozen fragments in time to ignite nostalgia in her viewer and illuminate the moments that, in the rush of the 'day-to-day', go unnoticed or remain overlooked. 

Texture has always played an important role in Michelle’s work. Descending from a long line of tailors and textile specialists she has a strong instinct for exploring material qualities and plays with these to engage the viewer to lean in, look closer, or look again.


With a background in theatre design and a master's degree from Central Saint Martins, Michelle is an experienced workshop designer and facilitator. She has collaborated with institutions including, but not limited to, the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, Dulwich Picture Gallery, and The Albany Theatre. She is the proud recipient of a Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Travel Fellowship. Her research has informed consultations about creative ageing with museums, arts and care organisations across the world.

lives in London with her number one fan, Steve, their two bundles of major inspiration and the supremely fluffy - Audrey Pickles. Michelle creates all her work by hand in her small, but perfectly formed studio at the bottom of the garden.

Printmaker and Textile Artist

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