There is no one art style for Washington, D.C.-based artist Michelle Goldchain. Her themes—like her mediums—vary. From the political to the psychological to the eccentric, Michelle’s paintings, installations, and graphic design projects touch a myriad of topics, colors, and textures. Through her works, she dares to express her more playful side through vibrant colors and textures as well as her darker side through less pleasant themes, such as serial killers and cigarette usage.

Her artworks have been showcased in California's Museum of International Propaganda, New York's Rochester Contemporary Art Center and Grady Alexis Gallery, and Washington, D.C.'s Rhizome Gallery, Fondo Del Sol Visual Arts Center, and Pepco Edison Place Gallery.

She also takes photography and writes.

To stay up-to-date on her art, be sure to follow her Facebook page or Instagram.

To contact her, email goldchainam@gmail.com