MICHELLE BLADE


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Ceramic Works / Applied Arts

Unique, hand-built & painted utilitarian  ceramic goods. 

To purchase or inquire about wholesale orders please email:
michellecourtneyblade@gmail.com


Available through:
General Store SF/LA
Underground Museum, LA
Spartan Shop, Portland
Vestige Shop, Philadelphia 
Canyon Coffee, online 






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The Painting Subscription Series


The Painting Subscription Series is an ongoing project that began in 2012 to create an affordable opportunity to collect a unique body of original works. Painting subscribers receive four paintings total,  mailed quarterly over the course of a calendar year. Each painting is made with acrylic ink on 4.5 x 6'' Arches cold-pressed watercolor paper.

Subscriptions are $400 each and are limited to 10 per year. Once filled the subscriptions will be closed until the following year




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Murals

Commission for Facebook HQ
Meno Park, CA. Building design by Frank Gehry
2016

Sacramento Mural Festival
Chase Bank, Sacramento, Ca
2016



RVCA / ANP + MICHELLE BLADE
2012-2017 

On going collaboration with clothing company RVCA and their Artist Network Program.

Projects completed include in-store displays and installations, clothing and swim suit lines, ad campaigns, travel projects and art exhibitions.


THE THING QUARTERLY + MICHELLE BLADE
The Aura Scarf, 2015

+ 100% silk
+ 36 x 36 inches
+ Includes booklet, color guide & poster
+ Made in San Francisco

Head into the mystic with this aura scarf by visual artist Michelle Blade. Based on colors and textures found in aura photography, the scarf represents the field of energy that is said to emanate from all living things. Printed on 100% silk, it is also 100% accurate because it allows its wearer to choose (channel?) the colors of their choice.

Choose red for vitality and courageousness, green for healing, yellow for inspiration and optimism, or indigo to connect to the paranormal or ESP!

Images and text from The Thing Quartery website



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