Miriam Bloom

Miriam Bloom was born in Denver, Colorado. She holds her BA from Brandeis University and her MFA from The University of Iowa. Bloom’s first New York exhibition IS THIS A WORK OF ART II was at the Jock Truman Gallery in 1975. Her work has also been exhibited internationally, including in Hiroshima, Japan; Malmo, Sweden; Lippstadt, Germany; Istanbul, Turkey; Sao Paulo, Brazil; and Copenhagen, Denmark. Among her many awards, she has received two artist’s fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, three New York Foundation for the Arts fellowships, three Pollock-Krasner Foundation grants, three MacDowell Colony fellowships, a Gottlieb Foundation grant, the Athena Foundation grant, and The Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation grant. She is included in public and private collections including the Bass Museum, Miami; the DePaul Art Museum, Chicago; The Bemis Foundation, Omaha; Colgate University, the Kohler Company, the Hallmark Art Collection, and the estates of Louise Nevelson and Emily Tremaine. She is represented by the Westwood Gallery in New York.