At the tender age of 25, Miranda Jones immigrated from Australia to Canada into the teeth of her first Canadian winter. Thirty six years later, she has acquired the skills needed to live in Saskatchewan, pursue a successful art career and to become a qualified art and yoga instructor. These include Nordic skiing, year round cycling, sub-arctic swimming, an MFA from the U of S (1989) and Iyengar International yoga teacher certification (1998).
Miranda currently exhibits her work through a shared artist work space Studio on 20th in downtown Saskatoon, at Nouveau Gallery in Regina and The Parker Gallery in Nelson, NZ. Her work is represented in public and private collections in Canada and Internationally and she has been awarded a number of grants and artist residencies both in Canada and abroad. Most recently this included an artist residency at the Saskatchewan Legislature Building in Regina for Centenary celebrations and resource artist for CollaboratioNZ, in Whangerai, NZ in 2015.