Zipporah Michel, Painting


South Florida, USA | |


Alumni of New World School of the Arts, Zipporah Michel is a Haitian-American expressionist artist residing in south Florida. Her portfolio is emphasizes on educating audiences on anthropology and social environment. The development of her artwork takes inspiration from the vibrant palettes of the symbolist and Impressionism art style. Art organizations, such as Broward Art Guild as well as ArtServe, Inc. have been deeply enthralled by these portraits of bold colors laced with intricate meaning.

Her tribal inspired works have been selected for the Aya Arts Project building installation curated by Tam English, CEO of the Housing Authority of the City of Fort Lauderdale (HACFL), with Niki Lopez of “What’s Your Elephant?” and Niki Creative. International exhibitors, Global Art Agency, extended an invitation to market and feature Michel’s works, focused on Egyptian nobles and deities, in the Agency’s 2021 Volume IV Art Collector’s Book.

She is also a Board Member of The Empowerment Network Global (T.E.N. Global, Inc.) Incorporated as an Artist in Residence, illustrating works to educate the youth of the African diaspora of the roots of Haitian culture. While continuing her artistic practices, Michel is currently finishing her degree at Miami Dade College in Aviation Administration to later serve as an Air Traffic Controller for the U.S. Military.