Shows & Happenings
It’s been a long Spring and early Summer to say the least. Miriam has been painting quite a bit during COVID-19 isolation and we hope to share some of those works with you soon. Daily living has been an adjustment as Miriam has to adjust to having groceries delivered, not driving much and dealing with
These are the times that try artist’s souls. To prevent the further spread of the virus, we are no longer taking studio appointments to view Miriam’s work. These steps are necessary to protect Miriam’s health (who is in the high risk vulnerability category) until it is safe for her to meet with you again. She
We are pleased to announce that Miriam’s work was featured in the March-April issue of Mt. Brook Magazine on the Arts and Culture section. This wonderful article written by Elizabeth Sturgeon and accompanying beautiful images by talented photographer Mary Fehr chronicle Miriam’s art career through the decades. You can read the full version of the
Allison McElroy, Art Professor, and Morgan Worsham, Gallery Coordinator, have been kind enough to curate a show of Miriam’s work at Roundhouse Gallery at Jacksonville State University. The work will be on display from October 29th – November 12th in preparation for a retrospective show this summer. Opening reception is October 29th from 5pm-7pm at
Miriam had a wonderful show sponsored by St. Peter’s Anglican Church in Mountain Brook, Alabama featuring many of her biblically inspired paintings and works depicting the Stations of the Cross. Many thanks to Kat Ladd (pictured above right) who curated and coordinated the show.
Miriam will be the featured artist at Aldridge Gardens in Hoover, Alabama this summer. The theme is works highlighting Birmingham and Alabama. Please come by and see the show if you are in the area. The opening reception for the public is Monday, June 10th from 6 – 7 p.m. in the main gallery at the gardens.
Miriam’s work, Twenty-one at the Beach, is part of the Those Who Do Not Weep show organized by InSpero at Oak Mountain Presbyterian Church in Birmingham, Alabama running from March 21 – June 1. Hope you can go by and see all the art on display there at the church gallery.
Miriam’s powerful work, “Twenty-One at the Beach” depicting the 2015 beheading of Copt Christians in Libya by IS forces was included in Samford’s Beeson Divinity School printed chapel booklet sent to alumni and friends all over the U.S. The theme was “The Noble Army of Martyrs”. The poem on in the booklet printed over the