Herick Michaud was born on September 27, 1954 in Lyon.

Self-taught expressionist and figurative painter.
Herick Michaud discovers painting for the first time in 1989.
The artist most often represents carnivals, sailors, bars and eveything that animates the forms, harmonizes the colors and makes life sing. Quite simply !
Even if an influence of Chagall and Raoul Dufy emerges from his work, he remains unique and does not fall in any current pictorial current.
Herick Michaud exhibited for the first time in Lyon in 1992. Then, in Deauville, Honfleur, Paris, Cognac, La Baule and Saint-Martin-de-Ré.
He is also seen in Martinique, Spain and Great Britain …
He participates in group exhibitions such as the Salon des Independants at the Grand Palais in Paris and the International Salon of Plastic Arts in 1993 where he is described as the revelation.
The Espace Cardin in Paris also presents a large part of his work.
From 1990 to 1992 Herick Michaud permanently exhibits at the Bouclin Galleries in Rouen, La Caverne des Arts in Chantilly, the Entre-Temps in Bourges, Imagine in Bordeaux and finally to the Pôles in Antony. He is also present in many private collections in France and abroad.
He participates in Parisian exhibitions such as the International of Visual Arts in the Espace Cardin in 1993 and the Independents at the Grand Palais.
Herick Michaud receives the 29th Grand Prix of painting in Cannes in 1993 and in 1994, the René Borel prize in Deauville. The artist is rated DROUOT.