Michel Droge MFA ’10
Michel Droge is an artist whose large-scale abstract paintings and drawings are based on visual forms in nature and deconstruct systems of organization like those found in maps, grids and landscapes. Their work reimagines environmental and social ecosystems, exploring connections between the macro and micro worlds. Michel is the recipient of a Joan Mitchell Foundation Award and three Maine Arts Commission Grants and a Kindling Fund Grant as well as fellowships and residencies at the Ellis Beauregard Foundation, Tides Institute, Hewn Oaks, The Joseph Fiore Foundation, The Stephen Pace House and the Constance Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts. Their work has been included in national and international exhibitions and collections amongst which include The Cue Art Foundation in NYC, Bates College Art Museum, Institute of Contemporary Art at MECA, Gould Academy, Boston University and Brandeis University.