Muriel Angelil uses movement and natural forms to create sculptural messages using materials as diverse as screening, fibers and bronze. She studies the ebb and flow of rivers, the forms that nature creates, and the cycle of life to incorporate into her sculptures. Angelil is an environmental artist who uses nature as a metaphor for the interplay of physical states and human emotions. Muriel Angelil has created many site-specific installations in parks and nature centers in the greater Boston area. In the early 1990’s, she joined the Reclamation Artists who ceated outdoor installations with a political thrust, notably at Big Dig sites before construction began.
Muriel Angelil is a graduate of the American University of Beirut, Rhode Island School of Design and holds an MFA from Vermont College In Montpelier, Vermont.
Muriel Angelil has recently published her memoir: “Back to the
Past, A Daughter of the Nile” and a book of poems:” In Close
Embrace,” both can be found in Amazon.com.