Michele Bramlett ART

Michele Bramlett ART


"I paint the beauty of our World, the hope for Oneness, the promise of Love, and the joy of Spirit"

She is the first born of Delaney Bramlett of Delaney & Bonnie and Friends, and Patricia Stanley, a folk artist and art collector. Being surrounded by, infused with, and raised around music, art and immense talent, she followed in her families’ creative footsteps to become a visual artist and painter.

Michele is a painter of people. Her paintings show the beauty, spirituality, and simplicity of the culture of the Human Being while stimulating the senses in a sensual way. Brilliantly colored canvasses and subtle symbolism conveying messages of peace, love, oneness, and spirituality of the Human spirit are strongly influenced by her own Native American culture.
She is third generation born Cherokee (Tsalagi) and began showing her work in the summer of 1994 and participated in many group and solo exhibitions in southern California, New Mexico, and New York.
She and her work have been honored in Fine Art Magazine, various news articles and online publications.
She has recently illustrated “7 Priceless Prescriptions for Health and Anti Aging” by Dr. Bill Akpinar, and “The Long Way ‘Round” by Victor Forbes.

Specialties: Charitable Works
Michele has done volunteer work for Camarillo State Hospital working with the developmentally disabled and since 2008 work for Community Options providing respite relief for home providers.
She has volunteered in many assisted living homes during the holidays sharing the spirit with the elderly.
Michele donated art to various organizations including Camp Rainbow American Cancer Society.
She donates art annually to The Unity Shoppe and recently appeared on the annual telethon.