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Quiet Oboes

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Price is per piece, length may vary 1-3” longer or shorter. Weighty colors of metals with surprises of color. Hand wrapped natural, found and synthetic fiber over hollow core. Glued top to bottom, this architectural elements are wall jewelry, cylindrical tapestries, and combine beautifully with each other and with paintings by Liz Cummings.

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Length/Depth: 60 in
Width: 2.5 in
Height: 60 in


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PROFILE Myra Burg has been designing and producing site specific works of art since 1976, ranging in size from tabletop to airplane hangar for freestanding, wall mounted or aerial constructions. Soft luxurious fiber in a symphony of color is introduced to the crispness of the metals in past custom commissions, or stands alone in its simplicity of the cylindrical form, the Quiet Oboes. Ms. Burg provides innovative solutions for unusual site parameters. Although a licensed and practicing architect in Southern California since 1984, Ms. Burg has shifted her practice almost exclusively to the design and installation of site-specific artworks, typically of unusual dinension for un- usual spaces. She has placed several hundred installations for private collections and public spaces in Japan, Australia, Israel, France, England, Mexico, Cayman Islands, Puerto Rico, Canada, and of course, throughout the United States. Her work is award winning, and of investment quality. SELECTED CLIENT LIST Warren Buffett Foundation, Boston Hospital, Sumitomo Corporation, Universal Japan, Caribe Hilton Puerto Rico, Apple Computer, Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, County of Sanluis Obispo, Scope Industries, Robbins Scientific, Bellevue Museum, Travelocity, Thousand Oaks Performing Arts Center, Former President Bill Clinton, City of Beverly Hills. SELECTED SHOWS American Craft Council Baltimore, St. Paul, San Francisco, Charlotte, Sarasota - 1998 to present: SOFA Chica- go, 2002: Bayou City Texas 2010: Bellevue Museum Show since 2001: Beverly Hills Affaire in the Gardens - 1996 to present: Contemporary Crafts market, Santa Monica since 1996: Indian Wells Arts Festivals - 2002 to present: La Quinta Arts Festivals since 1995: Pacific Draft Show Orange County Museum of Art 1999: Los Ange- les County of Art Changing Gallery 1999: Sausalito Festival of the Arts 1998, 2005 EDUCATION California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo 1982, Bachelor of Architecture Magna Cum Laude. Additional studies: Ecole Des Beaux Arts Fountainbleau France, Art Center College of Design Reynolds Alu- minum Certificate of Excellence 1981, Lloyd Warren Fellowship Honorable Mention 1981 PUBLICATIONS, AWARDS, OTHER FANCY STUFF Mayor’s Purchase Award for Beverly Hills City Hall, 2008: Wall Street Journal July 21 2007 “Art for Less” on col- lectors’ strategies, p 3 of 7: Art in America directory since 1999, 1st place Beverly Hills Affaire in the Gardens, 2001, 1998, 1997: 1st place, Best of Show Artfest of Scottsdale Nov 1998, Hon Mention Bev Hills 1999, 1996, Best of Show ASID Conference San Antonio Texas 1994,

Myra Burg

We make hand wrapped fiber cylinders called “Quiet Oboes.,” or cylindrical tapestries, art for the wall. We also love creating collaborative pieces with Liz Cummings, also available on this website.


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