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Miriam A Kilmer Art Collections

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Artwork by Miriam A Kilmer

Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

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About Miriam A Kilmer

Miriam A Kilmer Miriam A. Kilmer has been surrounded by the arts since her early childhood. Her ancestors include poets Joyce and Aline Kilmer and American Impressionist Frederick C. Frieseke. Miriam earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting and Printmaking and her Masters in Theology. She has operated her own fine arts business since 1979. Over the years, she has developed a variety of distinctive styles, influenced by the medium, subject matter, and purpose of the artwork, as well as her widening outlook and diverse environments. She now specializes in pastel, photography, computer graphics, and web design. Her unifying theme is love for the Source of creation and all that flows from that Source, as evidenced by her focus on nature, portraits, and spiritual subjects. Miriam has exhibited her works in numerous juried and solo shows. Her photographs have been published in magazines, newsletters, and books, most notably the Shapenotes issue of Smithsonian in The Classroom (available free at The Art Group). Her artwork is included in private collections in Canada and France as well as the United States. From early childhood, the Blue Ridge Mountains and Shenandoah Valley were among Miriam’s favorite places to visit; since the early 1980’s, she has made numerous visits to the area, including her yearly week on Bryce Mountain, taking thousands of photographs of local wildlife and farm animals, many of which will be displayed at The Art Group. She takes part in Shapenote singings in the area, featured in “Sights and Sounds of the Shenandoah Valley” at www.northernshenandoah.com. You can find more of Miriam’s work, along with information on her noted ancestors, at www.risingdove.com.