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.By Seth DuChene with photography by Randy deKleine-Stimpson

Michelle Reid’s development as an artist has been nothing if not organic. Her emergence into one of Kingston’s notable up-and-coming artists evolved as Michelle’s journey took her from one adventure to the next. And she’s always ready for more adventures.

Though born in Quebec, Michelle is a Kingston native through and through. “We moved to the military base first; that’s what brought us here,” she says. “We were a military family. It was the last posting for my family, so everybody stayed in Kingston. I grew up in the west end.”

She attended École élémentaire catholique Mgr-Rémi-Gaulin — the first year the school opened — before moving on to Regiopolis-Notre Dame and Holy Cross for high school.

Michelle’s childhood was formative in a few different ways. First, she grew up in a family that fostered children-in-care from before she was born until she eventually moved out on her own. “It made us, as a family, more compassionate, because you see what other people are dealing with,” Michelle explains. . . .

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