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Michele Melcher Illustration, Philadelphia based illustrator, artist, painter.

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LOOK AT ME!!! LOOK AT ME!!! 2019 Show schedule.

Michele Melcher

“The Artist” - Deadmasters by Michele Melcher after “The Artist Anne Vallayer-Coster” by Alexander Roslin (b. 1718 d.1793)

“The Artist” - Deadmasters by Michele Melcher after “The Artist Anne Vallayer-Coster” by Alexander Roslin (b. 1718 d.1793)

Welcome to my 2019 art show schedule! Some of the dates are subject to change and I will update them as soon as I have the correct information from the galleries.

January 19 - March 9. “After Dark”. Gristle Gallery Brooklyn, NY

March (tbt) - “Laluzapalooza #33”. La Luz de Jesus Gallery, Los Angeles California

April 5-26. “Wonderkin”. WOWxWOW gallery (online)

April 6. “Flora and Fetish” Hudson Hughes gallery (online)

April 29-May 24. “Centuries of Decay” Memento Tea Gallery (online)

May 10. “3 person show” (TBA) Revolution Gallery, Buffalo NY

June 7-28. “Fistfuls of Sky”. WOWxWOW gallery (online)

July 13. “Phantasms”. Gristle Art Gallery Brooklyn, NY

Money for Life - Illustrations for AARP Bulletin

Michele Melcher

HAPPY NEW YEAR! I have been terrible at keeping up with the blog lately. SO I’m posting two different entries today, one focusing on the article in the title above and a separate post about my entirely different oil painting/fine art. Two posts in one day! Making up for lost time! ANYWAY…..


I created a series of illustrations for the December 2018 edition of the AARP Bulletin. The article by author, Jane Bryant Quinn, is called “Money For Life” which is her simple, easy-to-use formula to make sure you never run out of cash. The article is split up into different case studies with illustrations that I’ll list below. Scroll down to see.

Portrait of author, Jane Bryant Quinn by Michele Melcher

Portrait of author, Jane Bryant Quinn by Michele Melcher

Case study 1 - Worried Couple Retiring Sooner Than They’d Hoped.

Case study 1 - Worried Couple Retiring Sooner Than They’d Hoped.

Case Study 2 - Retiree Living On Social Security Benefits

Case Study 2 - Retiree Living On Social Security Benefits

Case Study 3 - City Dwellers Living Well

Case Study 3 - City Dwellers Living Well

Case Study 4 - Working Woman Ready to Quit and Have Fun

Case Study 4 - Working Woman Ready to Quit and Have Fun


Illustration for Seattle Met

Michele Melcher

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I was recently asked by Seattle Met to create an illustration for an article about the city's 15 +  year political "war" going on over the Burke-Gilman bike trail between the shipping industry and those who are champions of the trail. You can read the full story here.  Many thanks to Sara at Seattle Met for the art direction!

Smart Phone Separation Anxiety - for Washingtonian Magazine

Michele Melcher

Smart Phone Separation Anxiety

Smart Phone Separation Anxiety

Here is an illustration that I did for the February issue of Washingtonian Magazine. The Article, written by Courtney Vinopal, is about how many summer camps ban electronics, creating both happy and unhappy campers and parents.  Thanks to Kellie at Washingtonian for the Art Direction!