Miriam Stern

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Miriam Stern is a painter, printmaker, and installation artist. She has exhibited both in the United States and Israel, and has won numerous awards and prizes.  Ms. Stern usually works in series that often uses Jewish values and ideas as her themes. Her art has been reproduced in magazines and books of poetry. In addition to producing art, she has curated several art exhibitions and also lectures about Art as Midrash (interpretation). In 2016 a monograph of her art was published titled Miriam Stern.

Selected Solo Exhibitions


Transformations Gallery, Watchung, NJ


Congregation Shomrei Emunah, Montclair N


Brassworks on Grove, The Brassworks Gallery, Montclair NJ (two person show)


Johnson & Johnson  Corporate Art  Program, New Brunswick, NJ

Watchung Art Center, Watchung, NJ, installation Ezrat  Nashi


Created Be The Tenth, interactive website, http://bethetenth.com

The Interchurch  Center, Treasure Room Gallery, New York, NY, Kishkes

Fairlleigh Dickenson University, Teaneck, NJ, Kishkes


Yeshiva University Museum, New York, NY, installationEzrat Nashim


Selected Group Exhibitions


Knockdown Gallery, Nasty Women, Maspeth, NY


Hillel at USC, Dimensions of Spirituality: Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur and Sukkot, Los Angeles, Ca

Brooklyn Jewish Art Gallery, Passover and the Consequences of Freedom, Brooklyn, NY

Nails in the Wall, Gallery at St. Lukes Church, Sacred Spaces, Metuchen, NJ

The Boyle Family Gallery, Lindenwood J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts, St. Charles, Mo, Freedom Imagined; Freedom Lived, Curator: Naomi Fishman

Alfa Art Gallery, Art Salon 2016, New Brunswick, NJ

View this artist’s posts here.




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