Decorate your little one’s nursery with these beautiful and creative prints from award-winning MKC Photography. Each of these prints begins as a daydream in Michelle’s mind. The artist then uses a creative blend of modern digital cameras, vintage lenses, and details such as hand-painting to bring her visions to life. This is not your traditional nursery art – these prints will grow with your child, and can grace their walls well past infancy!
- Each print is created on archival photo paper with archival, lightsafe inks that will last 100+ years in home display ~ truly a piece of art that can become an heirloom.
- Every print is hand-signed by Michelle on the reverse.
- Many of Michelle's pieces are collages: she shoots and collects hundreds of images in her library and waits for the perfect moment to combine them. As the mom of two little boys, she is constantly inspired by her children's own creativity and joy.
- You will receive an archival 8x10 print, signed by the artist. Frames not included.
Who says you can't wear your rain boots on a sunny day?
Run Like a Girl
Be proud to be the fast, strong girl that you are!
Different is Beautiful
You are wonderful because you are not like everyone else.
Reach for the Moon
A child's wish to hold the full moon comes true.
Flying in the Stars
Wouldn't it be lovely to fly away together?
Wish (Pink and Blue)
Close your eyes and believe...
Alphabet Soup for Boys
A well-loved baseball, a slippery frog, a favorite toy van...all the things a little boy loves
Alphabet Soup for Girls
Shiny pink ballet slippers, playing dress-up with necklaces, tea parties with stuffed animals...all the things a little girl loves
Michelle is an award-winning fine art photographer and digital artist from Philadelphia, and her work has been featured in a number of venues, including the Tiberino Memorial Museum (PA), City Hall (Phila, PA), Straube Art Center (NJ), and the Space Gallery (CA). Her photography was selected as the cover art for the 2009 “Paws of Charity” Art Book benefiting the Avon Breast Cancer Crusade, and her whimsical collection of nursery art called “Alphabet Soup!” is now available as children’s book by the same name.
Michelle lives just outside Philadelphia with her husband, two young boys, and one very badly behaved dog.