Mirta Meltzer



In the sensation of the vacuum, I can feel infinity’s life.

I discover the sign of my identity,

the manner of structuring my space.


My own searching nature in permanent motion, takes me to another reality,

discovering in objects a transparency that brings me closer to the pure consistency of things, thus, a handcrafted paper, a feather or texture, suggest unveiling their secrets,

and I enjoy the challenge of developing them.



Mirta studied Fine Art in Buenos Aires. She learned different techniques with great masters such as: Enrique Monaco in drawing and painting; Ponciano Cardenas in sculpture and Alicia Diaz Rinaldi in printmaking.

Born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Mirta moved to Washington, DC, in 1996. 

She is a former art teacher in the Washington metropolitan area and focuses her work around the creative development of children. She is the author and illustrator of two bilingual children’s books:  "My Hands, Mis Manos" and "A Wonderful World, Un Mundo Maravilloso". Her last exhibit was in 2019 at Colorida Art Gallery, Lisbon, Portugal.


Her artwork is in the collections of The National Museum of Woman in the Arts in Washington DC, National Printmaiking Museum of Buenos Aires, Museum of Modern Art of Mendoza in Argentina, Tama Art University of Tokyo and Cultural Institute of Puerto Rico. She is represented in many corporate and private collections including United Airlines in Boston and Washington DC, IMF Washington DC, Crown Plaza Hotel in Palm Beach Florida, Concordia Hotel in Washington DC, and in private collections around the world.