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Meet Artist Michele Milano


A lifelong artist, Michèle Milano grew up in a family of artists, musicians, wood workers, singers, stone masons and home builders.

Her introduction into the art world began from her earliest years, watching in awe her father drawing and painting with various mediums: Inking, Water Colors, Charcoal, and Oils. A child prodigy himself, Michèle remembers stories of her father at pre school age drawing family portraits around the kitchen table during WWII blackouts in New York.

Michèle expresses her artist’s soul through photography, jewelry metalsmithing and music.

From childhood to Graduate School, Michele pursued degrees from General Music to French, Literature and Vocal Performance Studies.  Michèle’s jewelry metalsmithing path began at the Corcoran School of Art and Design. She has also studied under various DC area Jewelry Artists.

From Academia to the Concert Stage, musically, she performed in a wild array of venues for the most interesting clients: Ambassadors, Political and Religious Dignitaries, and in venues such as Notre Dame, The Cathedral of Augsburg, Germany to various US Embassies, and French and German Stages. 


But, her artistic journey did not end there! An avid nature lover with an Ornithologist son, her love for nature and landscapes lured her into a world of Landscape Photography. It helped to be from one of the most scenic areas on the planet: The Hudson Valley, Croton-on-Hudson, New York.


Her recent successful Photography Show:  Over The Rainbow in New York highlighted the beautiful scenes in and around Croton-on-Hudson as well as landscape and macro prints, selling to a variety of clients to include a musical director currently working on an upcoming musical with BonJovi.


Her Jewelry has sold internationally, to sport world celebrities, a Metropolitan Opera leading lady and to clients from all walks of life looking for that startling One of A Kind Objet D’Art: Michèle Milano Jewelry.