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“Woman Tending Zinnias” is an 8″ x 10″ oil on cotton canvas painting of a woman tending Zinnias in her garden is Miriam’s sister, Margaret. She was an avid and accomplished gardener and left many flowers for her children and grandchildren to enjoy. “It is just beautiful! I love the colors, the variations of the greens
This pastel on paper painting of a beach scene at Inlet Beach, Florida was acquired by a collector in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. ————- Miriam McClung is an artist from Birmingham, Alabama, and has been creating works of art in oils, pastels, ink, charcoal, pencil and everything in between for over 70 years. You can follow her on
Sometimes good things do happen to those who wait. Miriam’s grandson, Noah, and his wife Kensley stopped by last weekend to make a video of Miriam’s art for Tik Tok. We had tried putting Miriam’s work on Tik Tok in the past but with little success. Well, Noah’s video went viral. Miriam’s Tik Tok account
These four, mid-century abstract works by Miriam McClung were done in 1957 while Miriam was an undergraduate student at the University of Alabama in Professor Grenada’s sculpture class. “Abstracts – Alabama” by Miriam McClung, 1957. Ink on paper. 11.75″ x 8.75″. Contact us if you are interested in purchasing similar original mid-century abstracts by Miriam.
The view from Miriam’s garage studio at her parent’s home in Birmingham, Alabama after she returned from study in New York City. This painting marks a change from her moving from abstract to more realistic work. Purchased with the “Woman with Red Pants” by a collector in Birmingham, Alabama for their mid-century home. “Looking Toward
This beautiful mid-century art by Miriam McClung was sold to a collector in Birmingham, Alabama to hang in their mid-century designed home. The collector was looking for art from local artists in Birmingham from this period. This work is unique in Miriam’s collection due to its style, when it was done (1958), and the fact
This vintage drawing of downtown Birmingham, Alabama is of a 24th Street view from the Viaduct with St. Paul’s Cathedral spires in the background. It was purchased by a commercial real estate developer in Birmingham for his personal art collection. Great choice!
This beautiful abstract painting has found it’s way to a wonderful home at Inlet Beach, Florida where it was painted! We know they will enjoy this work for generations in their family and appreciate the collector finding value in this excellent piece. We have other works of Miriam’s at Inlet Beach, Destin, Panama City and
Summer’s here and many of you are heading for the beach. In the Southeastern United States (especially those from Alabama, Georgia, Florida, and Tennessee) lots of folks will be dipping their feet in the sand and surf along the pristine waters and beaches along Highway 30A of the Gulf Coast like Panama City, Destin, Rosemary,