Michael Francis Lane
Michael Francis Lane, from his youth, was imbued with a keen response to creativity and beauty in art and nature. As he matured, he became an avid student of the fine arts as well as literature and poetry. In his own works he was inspired by many of the great artists, writers, and poets, whom he had come to love through his years of study.
Michael's chosen medium was acrylic on both canvas and wood. His style is a composite of impressionistic and contemporary characteristics. Although he painted from early childhood, Michael produced most of the more than 200 works of art in this collection in the last few years of his life.
It was Michael's great desire that his art be enjoyed by as many people as possible.
Michael grew up and was educated in Southboro, Massachusetts. He attended Johnson State College in Vermont, and spent most of his working career at TILL (Towards Independent Living and Learning), helping physically and mentally disadvantaged adult clients. His understanding and sympathetic love for "his people" were a reflection of his artistic sensibilities and an inspiration to all who knew him.
Michael died on January 28, 2002, at the age of thirty-three.
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