Muriel Castanis

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Muriel Brunner Castanis (September 27, 1926 – March 22, 2006) was an American sculptor best known for her public art installments involving fluidly draped figures. Though she attended New York's High School of Music and Art, she did not begin her art career until she'd spent 10 years as a wife and mother. Her 1980 exhibit at the OK Harris Works of Art in Manhattan led to her breakthrough. She died from lung failure in Greenwich Village.


  • Ideals (1992), Portland, Oregon


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