Micah's style of painting involves creating a complicated background of hundreds of grids of varying colors. When done the background will loosely look like the intended composition. From there Micah concentrates on adding detail to segments of the painting. This method allows her the most expression because different parts are all done at different times. For example, a typical landscape composition might have twenty different trees. Painting all the trees during the same session will tend to create too many similarities and thus a boring composition. Patience and time allows her paintings to reflect her varying emotions and moods and in a strange way create a sense of balance and harmony in what are sometimes very detailed and confusing compositions.