Misty Granade is an abstract mixed media fiber artist from Alabama. She has been obsessed with gluing things together since she got her first bottle of Elmer’s glue at five years old. Misty graduated from Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia, Arkansas with a BA in Commercial Art and Psychology. Mark Bradford, Robert Rauschenberg, Sarah Sze, Louise Nevelson, and Helen Frankenthaler are some of her biggest influences. Misty’s work has been a part of numerous solo and group shows.
Misty enjoys helping other artists explore their own paths. She writes about art and process on her blog. She has published articles in online and print magazines. She’s taught art journaling classes both online and in person and been a community facilitator for an online art community. Misty is a member of the Alabama chapter of the national arts organization Women’s Caucus for Art whose mission is to create community through art, education, and social activism and to promote women’s contributions to the arts.