Muriel Taub Glantzman
I start my work without a preconceived idea. Spontaneity is an important part of my creative process. It is similar to improvisation in jazz music; one responds to the color, line, and form emotionally. Occasionally, I enlarge some of my drawings and incorporate them into acrylic or collage paintings. My work is influenced by art as varied as Indian paintings, Persian miniatures, Russian icons, and 14th and 15th century Italian illuminations. Through my art I want to give expression to my life and current times with the vitality and drama shown in those paintings.
2010 "Botanical Pictures" Hudson Guild Gallery II, New York, NY
2009 "Jazz and Art" Hudson Guild Gallery, New York, NY
2003 “My Mother As An Artist,” The Educational Alliance, New York, NY
2002 “Untitled,” Marymount College Gallery, New York, NY
2002 “Second Annual Exhibition,” Collage/Assemblage Society, New York,NY
2001 “Annual Exhibition, Collage/Assemblage Society, New York, NY
2000 “Contemporary Art Show 2000, Kish Galleries, Keyspan Headquarters, Bklyn, NY
1998 “Jews, Woman. and Art,” National Jewish Museum, Washington, D.C.
1994 “Thirty Fourth Juried Exhibition,” The Parrish Museum, Southhampton, NY
1991 “The Family Show,” West End Gallery, Houston, TX
The Museum of Modern Art Library, New York, NY
The Brooklyn Museum Library, Brooklyn, NY