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Etchings by Milda Spindler

Milda Spindler is a native of of Lithuania and was educated in Western Europe and in the United States.

She studied at the Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute in Utica, New York, and completed her education in 1979 at The University of New Orleans where she earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. Most of Milda's work is based on nature and the outdoors, though several of her etchings depict human individuality.

Milda has exhibited her works in many juried shows and is the recipient of several major awards.

Many of her etchings and prints are on exhibit at the Anglade-Barthelemy Gallery,  818 Royal St. in New Orleans French Quarter and at The Rivertown Art Gallery in Kenner, Louisiana.

She was selected in 1997 by the City of New Orleans Office of Tourism and Arts to participate in the Business of Art: Art from Experienced Hands. Her etchings were also exhibited in March, 1998 for National Women's History month in the lobby of the Entergy Center in a show entitled The Enterprising Woman: Visions Of Excellence.

As a native of Lithuania, some of her best paintings and prints are in the permanent collection of the Art Museum of Lithuania in Vilnius.

Milda is a life member of The New Orleans Art Association and The Greater New Orleans Art League. She has demonstrated her art techniques in the Art Appreciation Programs of that group as well The West Bank Art Guild, The LePetite Art Guild, The Jefferson Art Guild and to students at The Rivertown Art Gallery.


"Creating art is an expression of the soul. When you view my art we are meeting in a special place.  It is a place of balance between my creation and your appreciation.  Let us begin the journey."