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Lennon Michalski

Lennon Michalski, an independent artist, earned his Master of Fine Arts degree in Painting and Digital Media from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Over the past decade, he has worked as an independent artist, instructor of Digital Media, Photography and Painting. Michalski’s two-dimensional and digital works have been exhibited in Baltimore, Colorado, Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina and Washington, D.C. Collections of Michalski’s works can be seen at the University of Kentucky Healthcare, the University of Kentucky, Clark Regional Medical Center, Saint Joseph Health-Saint Joseph East, Eastern Kentucky University, and Penn State Health Hampden Medical Center. He created a collaborative mural in the North Lime area of Lexington, Kentucky and has completed two other murals, one in Ethiopia and one for Tate’s Creek Kroger in Lexington. He has also displayed work in group exhibitions internationally in Mexico, Colombia and China. While making a digital project with the Bluegrass Youth Ballet, Lennon self published a book entitled, “How Penguins Save Television.” The original artwork has been shown at the Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning and the Woodford County Library. Michalski has been appointed as a Board Member for the Kentucky Arts Council and Arts Connect. He works with several nonprofit art organizations in the Lexington area including the Lexington Art League, LexArts, and the Living Arts and Science Center. Michalski has taught courses for the University of Kentucky, Eastern Kentucky University, University of Colorado at Boulder, and summer courses for Jilin University in Changchun, China.

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