.mira hecht

Mira Hecht is a D.C.-based artist. She holds a BA from American University in Washington D.C. and an MFA in painting from the San Francisco Art Institute. She shows her abstract paintings both locally and nationally. Her work has been selected for public collections such as Microsoft, PriceWaterhouse Coopers, and Citibank.

Artist Resume

b. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

 

Education

MFA, Painting, San Francisco Art Institute

BA, American University, Washington DC

Corcoran College of Art and Design, Washington DC

 

Solo Exhibitions

2016 Addison/Ripley Fine Art, “in snow , blossom”, Washington, DC

2014 Addison Ripley Fine Art, “All Things Vanish”, Washington, DC

2013 Page Bond Gallery, “Spheres of Influence”, Richmond, VA

2009 The Ralls Collection, “Close to Home”, Washington, DC

2004-2005 The Ralls Collection, “Full Circle”, Washington, DC

 

Selected Group Exhibitions

2015 Addison Ripley Fine Art, “Pop Up”, Washington, DC

2015 Page Bond Gallery, “Shimmer”, Richmond, VA

2015 Faculty Show, Corcoran School of Art, Washington DC

2014/2016 Art in Embassies, Exhibition US Embassy, Beirut, Lebanon

2013 Page Bond Gallery, “Concerning Line”, Richmond, VA

2012  Sarah Silberman Gallery, ”Small Works from Seven Schools”, Rockville, MD

2012  Washington Studio School, “Faculty Show”, Washington, DC

2012 The Ralls Collection, “Gallery Artists”, Washington DC

2011 Page Bond Gallery, “Illumination”, Richmond, VA

2011 The Judy Saslow Gallery, “Circular Motion” Chicago, IL

2011 The Ralls Collection, “20 Years, 20 Artists”, Washington DC

2010 The Ralls Collection, Gallery Artists, Washington, DC

2009 The Ralls Collection, Group Show, Washington, DC

2008 The Ralls Collection, “Winter Show”, Washington DC

2007 The Ralls Collection, “Gallery Artists”, Washington DC

2006 The Ralls Collection, “Important Work, Gallery Artists”, Washington, DC

2006 Abstract Work by Artists from the Ralls Collection, “The American Spirit”, DC

2005 The Ralls Collection, “The Summer Show”, Washington, DC

2002 R.B. Stevenson Gallery, “The Group Show”, San Diego, CA

2002 Creative Arts Studio, “Matter as Protagonist”, New Haven, Connecticut 

2001 R.B. Stevenson Gallery, “The Necessary Beauty”, San Diego, CA

2001 Southern Exposure, “Think Again”, San Francisco, CA

2001 Sonoma Museum of Visual Art, “Small Works”, Sonoma, CA

2001 Stage Gallery, “Solo Plus”, Merrick, New York

2001 Richmond Art Center, “Mastermind”, Richmond, CA

2001 California College of Arts and Crafts Gallery, “Fuse”, Oakland, CA

2001 R.B. Stevenson Gallery, “Painter to Painter, 5 New Voices”, San Diego, CA

2001 Art Gallery of Scholarie, Cobleskill, NY

2001 Microsoft Summer Exhibition, San Francisco, CA

2001 Palm Springs Desert Museum, Palm Springs, CA

2001 Second City Council Gallery, “The Elements”, Long Beach, CA

2001 Diego Rivera Gallery, San Francisco, CA

2000 Southern Exposure, “Fuzzy Logic”, San Francisco, CA

2000 Pro Arts Gallery, Oakland, CA.

2000 Stage Gallery, “Abstraction for a New Millennium”, New York, NY

2000 San Luis Obispo Art Gallery, Tahoe City, CA

2000 Bolinas Museum, “On Canvas”, Bolinas, CA

2000 Sebastopol Center for the Arts, “Inside and Out”, Sebastopol, CA

2000 Walter and Mc Bean Gallery, “Crossroads: Art of Revolution”, San Francisco, CA 

2000 Diego Rivera Gallery, San Francisco, CA

1999 San Mateo Art Gallery, Belmont, CA

1998 ATA Gallery, San Francisco, CA

 

Teaching Experience

2010/Present    Corcoran School of Art and Design at GW University, Washington DC, Adjunct 

                         Faculty, Painting   

2012                 Washington Studio School, Washington DC, Painting 

1999-2001        San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA, Painting

 

Selected Private and Public Collections

Capital One Bank, Richmond, VA

Marriot Marquis Hotel, Washington DC

PricewaterhouseCoopers, McLean, VA

Microsoft Corporation, San Francisco, CA

The City of Emeryville, Emeryville, CA

Urology Associates, Philadelphia, PA

Denex Inc., Rockville, Maryland

Mr. and Mrs. A. Cherner, Washington, DC

Mr. J. Dicke II, Washington, DC

Mr. D. Schwinger, Washington, DC

Paris Morgan, San Francisco, CA

Mr. David Karshmer, New York, NY

Mr. Richard Squire Kramlich, San Francisco, CA

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Costello, San Francisco, CA

Ellen Reich, San Francisco, CA

Sheri Foxman, Bethesda, MD

Mary MacConnel, San Diego, CA

Bridget, MacConnel, San Diego CA

R.B. Stevenson, San Diego, CA

Marsha Ralls, Washington, DC

Alyce Werdel, San Francisco, CA

Bruce Lessing, Burlingame, CA

Amma Green, Hayward, CA

 

Bibloigraphy

2016 Studio Visit , Open Studio Press, Boston, MA

2011 Stephen May, ARTnews, Summer Issue, pg. 129

2009  Stephanie Miller, ARTnews, September, pg. 122

2009  John Blee, The Georgetowner, May 6, pg. 20

2008  Studio Visit, Open Studio Press, Boston, MA, Vol. 5, pg. 68

2005  Dawson, Rebecca, The Washington Post,  Friday February 4, pg. 44

2002  Zimmer, William, “When Humble Materials Interact”, The New York Times, Sunday June 9, pg.11

2001  Pincus, Robert L., “Color Charts”, The San Diego Union Tribune, Aug 16, pg.48

2001  Britten, Dawna, “Five New Voices Speak”Downtown News, San Diego, CA , Aug. 23, pg.11