Influenced by a childhood of rural beauty and nature, Michael’s love for painting began on a dairy farm in Vermont.  Propelled by his study with mentor Ted Minchin, he became energized with all types of water media and went on to work with several accomplished artists, always returning to his love of color and texture through nature.

His passion is balanced between realism and abstraction, and reflects a great sense of experimentation and freedom. His figurative work “man to man” stretches the scope of Michael’s work into a beautiful blend of both styles.

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Brown Eye Blue - 3rd place award 3/13

Self Portrait

Michael has received numerous awards in juried shows from New England to Florida.  He is a member of several associations including The New England Watercolor Society. Michael has produced several successful solo shows throughout his art career.

Michael Domina facilitates workshops on the east coast and received the “Leadership in Arts” award for his excellence in teaching from The Center for the Arts Bonita Spring, Florida

He works from his studios in Hull, Ma. and Florida. His work can be viewed at “On the Rocks” studio/gallery in Hull and The Red Barn Studio in Montgomery Center, VT by appointment or by chance.  Michael is an active member of the Hull Artists, who offer Open Studio Tours free and open to the public. Click here is get the dates and a map. 

Michael is a gallery artists at the South Shore Art Center, Cohasset, MA where he frequently exhibits.

 

2 thoughts on “ABOUT ME

  1. Linda White says:

    Katherine and I really enjoyed viewing your art yesterday as part of “open studios”. See you at yoga!

  2. Kevin Driscoll says:

    Hello Mike,

    You look taller in these photos.

    Please send me an email at kevinjwd@hotmail.com to create a connection and I’ll send my ‘reminder bio’ for Audrey Hepburn later in the fall.

    My books are eBooks, about 150+ eBook pages long; what I call ‘short, sweet and funny.’

    Mark Twain – completed, Buddha – next, Audrey Hepburn in process, then Jane Austen and then Lizzie Borden.

    I Am Kevin

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