Miren Etcheverry is a Massachusetts-based visual artist. Originally from the Basque Country, she moved to the US from France as a child. That move, along with her bicultural upbringing, are central to who she is and how she sees the world.
During her career in international finance, Miren traveled extensively, in particular to the newly emerging markets. A passionate photographer, she traveled, always camera by her side. Since her retirement from finance, she has devoted herself to her art, recently delving into digital art, which is now her the focus.
Her most recent work includes a historical narrative “My Father’s Story,” about her Father’s WW2 Free French Resistance experience. Her “Oh My Goddess!” series, a celebration of the influential women in her life, has been exhibited widely and has received numerous accolades, including IPA (International Photography Awards), Pollux, and Julie Margaret Cameron Awards.
Her work has been selected for numerous juried exhibitions, including Griffin Museum of Photography, Danforth Art Museum, Cambridge Art Association, Center for Fine Art Photography and Provincetown Art Association and Museum. Her work has hung in various galleries, including FotoNostrum, FotoForum Santa Fe, ArtFluent and PH21.
Miren studied photography at New England School of Photography and Maine Media Workshops. She has a BA from Stanford University and an MBA from M.I.T.
Her work can be seen on her website: www.mirenetcheverry.com.