Shows & Happenings

Purchasing & Appointments During COVID-19

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

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Featured Art in Mt. Brook Magazine

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

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Easter Stations of the Cross Exhibit

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.

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Samford Beeson Divinity School Program

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

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Miriam McClung Honored at the Magic City Art Connection

Celebrated Women Artists: Movers & Shakers in the Alabama Art World At the 35th Annual Magic City Art Connection in Birmingham, Alabama, Miriam McClung was honored as a celebrated women artist in Alabama. Her work, Fourth of July at the Lake was selected for the exhibit at one of the largest and most prestigious art fairs in

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