Saskatchewan NAC

Saskatchewan Artist

Michelle Brownridge
Again - 2012 - by Michelle Brownridge

Michelle Brownridge

Michelle Brownridge was born in Edmonton, Alberta in 1986. She studied Print Media at the University of Regina, completing her Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2010. During her time as a student, Brownridge met fellow printmakers Karli Jessup, Caitlin Mullan, and Amber Dalton, and together, they formed the print collective Articulate Ink. Since 2011, Brownridge has been the resident curator at Regina's Hague Gallery.

In her work, Brownridge combines contemporary and traditional printing techniques. She has exhibited in several Saskatchewan galleries and has participated in print exchanges in Miami, Chicago, Seattle, and Buffalo. In 2012, Brownridge's work was a part of "Press: The Work of Articulate Ink," an exhibition of the print collective's work at the Dunlop Art Gallery's Sherwood Village Branch. Brownridge's work is represented in the collections of the Department of Visual Arts' Print Media Archives and the Special Collections Archive at the University of Regina, as well as PrintZero Studios Collection in Seattle.

In addition to her work with Articulate Ink and the Hague Gallery, Brownridge has served on the board of directors of CARFAC Saskatchewan and held positions with the MacKenzie Art Gallery, Fifth Parallel Gallery, and Signal Hill Arts Centre (Weyburn). She has also led several printing workshops for youth.

Brownridge, along with the other members of Articulate Ink, has been featured as a Saskatchewan NAC Artist of the Month in 2012.

Michelle Brownridge lives in Regina, Saskatchewan.

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Michelle Brownridge

  • Born: 1986. Edmonton, AB
  • Resides: Regina, SK
  • Mediums: Printmaking

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