Since graduating with an MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design, Michelle Stuhl’s work has been exhibited at galleries across the United States and internationally. Michelle's art employs imagery of landscapes, shelters, structures, and utilitarian objects. While some of her work is representational, much allows the viewer to decide the exact form or function of an image or object. Scale is an important element in the work, and images range from a few inches to monumental installations.
Michelle’s work has shown at the Gebert Gallery, Bentley Gallery, and The Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, among others.