Michelle’s work focuses on our ancestral power to heal. She is a self-taught artist who has claimed power through embracing her Mexican-American heritage and her experiences as a woman artist. Her work has been displayed at the Writ and Vision gallery, Latter-day Saint Church history museum, Abravanel hall and the Springville art museum. She has been interviewed for podcasts and radio shows for her unique views about art, racial equality and family history. She spoke at the Center for Latter-day Saint Art in New York City in June 2019, at BYU family history conference in Provo Utah in October 2019, and at Rootstech global and family history conference in Salt Lake City in February 2020. She is passionate about family history and the stories of women. Her work and words can be found on Instagram at @florafamiliar where she encourages friends and followers to gain racial literacy and racial stamina. She lives in Utah, with her spouse and children.