Miriam Bisceglia

Miriam's Textile work is described as, "hand dyed silk that dazzle with unexpected color and shape schemes." Miriam has an MFA in Painting and Printmaking from William Paterson University of New Jersey and two undergraduate degrees in art from New York University and the Fashion Institute of Technology, respectively. At NYU, she studied Simultaneous Color printmaking with Krishna Reddy. His approach to color has been a great influence to her life and her art. Miriam has participated in many National Juried Exhibitions including, Connections juried by the art critic Donald Kuspit at the Ben Shahn Center for the Arts, Paper 2019 at the Silvermine Center, curated by Jennifer Farrell, Curator Prints and Drawings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Recently, Miriam participated in the Silvermine Summer Salon and the 2020 Faculty Exhibition at William Paterson University where she teaches Textile Design. Miriam is represented in public and private collections across the country.