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Kim Michelle

Kim Michelle "White Lion Roar" - Hand-Embellished Variant, 1 of 3 - 12 x 17"

White Lion Roar • Autographed archival pigment print • Additional unique acrylic embellishments on Moab Entrada Rag Bright 290 GSM archival paper • 12 x 17 inches

Hand-embellished, signed and numbered by artist Kim Michelle in a limited embellished edition of 3 • Example: # /3

House of Roulx blind embossed stamping • Authentic Edition rubber stamp on verso • Letter of Authenticity

Kim Michelle

Kim Michelle was raised on the shores of Cape Cod Massachusetts where the salty air clears the way for inspiration to come through. Since she could pick up a crayon KM was drawing, painting, making crafts and processing life through her artistic expression. She attended Mass College of Art and graduated with Honors in 2005. Seeking warmer weather she migrated to Florida where she worked and saved up money to travel abroad. Once she found Pavones, Costa Rica she knew she had found her freedom place where she could paint unencumbered by distractions and outside influences. After 8 years full of deep experiences, spiritual initiations, and surviving jungle-life she returns to the US to plant her seeds once again closer to family and longtime friends. KM is thrilled to share her recent work “state-side” which aims to inspire truth, clarity, harmony, healing, love, peace and all spiritual values through painting “Goddess Portraits.”

"This Himalayan White Lion of Love is the vehicle of Durga, Divine Mother
His blazing fire mane burns all negativity, evil, darkness, confusion, fear, hatred and all binding, heavy thoughts or forces to dust. He protects Maa Durga with all his might.

His love and devotion to Divine Mother is embodied and exuded from this painting."



LipPrint 1 LipPrint 2
LipPrint 3 LipPrint 4

Hand-Embellished, Signed and Numbered by Kim Michelle

Limited Embellished Edition of 3 

Additional Unique Acrylic Embellishments on Moab Entrada Rag Bright 290 GSM Archival Paper