Miron-Wapner is a Jewish Artist and Expressive Arts
Educator living and working in Jerusalem.
Edna was born in Israel
and grew up in Montreal, Canada and has lived in Jerusalem since 1977 where she is an active
member of a vital Progressive Jewish Community.
an artist with specialties in Sumi-e Painting,
Calligraphy, Printmaking and Papermaking, she has exhibited her work over the
past thirty years in museums and galleries in the US,
Israel, Russia and Japan. Her own approach to her
art is a spiritual one facilitated through Jewish meditation followed by
an Expressive Arts Educator, she created a course called "Expressive Kavannah" which integrates an intermodal expressive
arts experience with a Jewish content.
is the founder of two studios in Jerusalem, the first Studio Spiral, a unique
intermodal Children's Creativity Center and secondly, Studio Indigo, an Adult
Expressive Arts Center. She served as Artist in Residence at the Brandeis Bardin Institute in California
and has taught at the Pardes Institute, HebrewUnionCollege, Yakar
and KolHaneshama, the
Ramah Program and JESNA in Israel.