How a Master Maze Maker Gets You Lost
The 'Path to Giza' maze featured in 'The Puzzler'
Featured Artist of the Month: May 2022
Posterity Gallery 17005 Kercheval Grosse Pointe, MI 48230
Learn about the doodles within the 1,126sq ft maze, find blog about what it was like trying to obtain a Guinness title, and see a list of supporters.
Own a table-top edition of the Art Collab Project
See it at ALMA Kitchen in Grosse Pointe Part, MI
Art Revolution Taipei 2022
One of 334 artist finalist from 82 countries to exhibit work at the revolutionary A.R.T. in Taiwan.
A list of book with links by the artist
Blockchain & Crypto Artwork
Original paintings can be found at one of these local galleries:
715 E Milwaukee St. Detroit MI 48202
17005 Kercheval, Grosse Pointe, MI
Michelle Boggess-Nunley is an international artist, curator, illustrator and maze maker from Detroit, Michigan. She's the current Guinness World Record holder for the Largest Hand-Drawn Maze and specializes in creating some of the world's most complex maze puzzles. Her artwork has been displayed at exhibitions such as Art Revolution Taiwan 2020, A.R.T. Taipei 2022 and ArtExpo NY 2018. She's designed mazes and illustrations for LA comedian Zach Sherwin's 'Crossword Show', and is featured in New York Times bestselling author AJ Jacobs book The Puzzler.
In other maze projects, Michelle created the 18 foot Path to Unity maze mural, which highlights the words Unity and Love in languages from around the globe, and has executed a 12ft interactive maze puzzle, created for ArtPrize 2021 challenging it's solvers to make path choices, passing through world wonders, famous landmarks and historical events along the way. She's the creator of Wizard World Illustrated Mazes book series, as well as several other maze and children's books.
Michelle's recent work is curating The Art Collab Project 2022, organized to reconnect Michigan art communities after the global shutdown through blind collaborations.
“We all have little quirks that make us unique. Plant those quirks instead of suppressing them. Water them. Let them grow into big, beautiful, weird looking gardens for the world to see.”