Colors, Textures, and Unexpected Patterns
A fearless color palette defines the work of Michele Cokl Naylor. She uses bold, vivid, and seductive hues to prompt a reaction or to provoke a mood.
Color, textures, and unexpected patterns are the language she employs across a range of media. She makes hats, designs greeting cards, and works in mixed media.
She loves finding unusual old photographs and creates wry observations on our contemporary lives for her greeting cards. When she works on canvas, color and texture guide her choices. She employs acrylic paints, inks, pencils, pastels, fabric, and paper to create unique mixed media pieces.
Michele lives in Cottonwood, Arizona, with her husband Roger and a gang of color-coordinated cats.