photo of MurielMuriel Lanciault is a retired educator, having taught secondary English and Reading for twenty years, followed by service as an Elementary Principal, High School Principal, and Superintendent of Schools in school districts in upstate New York.  She relocated to South Carolina in 2005, where she discovered that excellent art teachers could lead her to a second career as a full-time artist.

Since relocating, she has studied with several outstanding locally and nationally acclaimed artists, including Eugene Bekaert, Charles Parnelle, Connie Olson, Helen Beacham, Kathleen Wiley, Margaret Hoybach, and Lian Zhen. She meets weekly with a group of talented artists called “The Artsy Girls”.

Muriel is an exhibiting member of the Charleston, Goose Creek and Summerville Artist Guilds 


Muriel is represented in the Charleston Artist Guild Gallery, 160 East Bay St., Charleston, SC


Muriel is a graduate of The College of St. Rose, Albany, New York, with a B.A. in English.  She also holds a Master’s Degree in English Education and a Certificate of Advanced Studies in Educational Administration, both through the State University of New York.  She did additional work in the doctoral program at Syracuse University.  She taught in New Jersey and New York, and served as an Elementary Principal, High School Principal, and Superintendent of Schools in several school districts in upstate New York. 

She is the mother of four adult children and enjoys visiting and spoiling eleven grandchildren.

 

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Her work can be found at www.mblart.com