|After the Bloom||Angle of Corn||Broken Lilies|
Miriam Wills was born in Savannah, Georgia, but since graduating with a BFA from the University of Georgia, she has lived and worked in the New York area. After receiving a master's degree from Hunter College, she taught art for a number of years while painting in the afternoon and evenings. About sixteen years ago, Wills renovated an old building in Hoboken, New Jersey to create a permanent art studio.
Wills exhibits in the "Hoboken Open Studio Shows" annually in October. She has had solo shows in New York, New Jersey, Hiltonhead South Carolina, and in Singapore. Women in the Arts and the National Association of Women Artists have selected her for traveling exhibitions around the country. She has also exhibited in group shows at galleries and museums around New York City and in many other states.
She has received awards from the Staten Island Museum, the Knickerbocker Club, Manhattan Arts International, American Society of Contemporary Artists, and The Pen & Brush Club.
Her work has been reproduced in several reviews, the most comprehensive being the Gallery & Studio in October 2002.
A list of collectors who have purchased her art include: Judge A. Pacht, Washington, D.C.; Julian Designer & Architect, Hoboken, New Jersey; Dorothy Roebling Estate, Savannah, Georgia; Dr. Fred Neustadter, San Francisco, California; Dr. Jill Morris, New York City; and many others.
|Bubbling Pearls||Evening Effusion||Floriate Float|
|Incandescent Icing||Inner Blossom||Party Favors|
|Take the Cake||Letters||Limes|