Steven Miller has taken thousands of photographs which led to his discovery of the electron microscope. Miller began with producing series of drawings based on different electron photographs. Inspired by
Steven Miller has taken thousands of photographs which led to his discovery of the electron microscope. Miller began with producing series of drawings based on different electron photographs. Inspired by these studies he painted his first large format oils on wooden doors. It is from these beginnings that Miller has been continuing his work. Miller is driven towards abstracting images found in news media, digital images, computers, electronic photography and pop culture and distilling this imagery into boldly colored oils on canvas.
The work he produces is all about the interplay of color, form and things that appear to be very simple on the surface, but which have a much more complex reality.
Steven Miller lives and maintains a studio in New York City and in Litchfield County, CT. He has exhibited in New York, Los Angeles, Litchfield County, Amsterdam, London, Madrid, Barcelona, Paris, Milan, Rome, Berlin and Cologne. Miller received a full scholarship to attend Parsons School Design where he earned an MFA. He is a Vinalhaven Fellow, Drew University Institutional Scholar, Parsons School of Design Scholar, Posey Foundation Fellow and Helena Rubenstein Fellow. Steven Miller’s work is in numerous private and public collections including the Bayly Art Museum, the Savannah College of Art & Design Museum, Chase Manhattan Bank, Standard & Poor’s, Walden International, Hong Kong, Google, Instagram and was recently added to the collection of MOMA.
Steven Miller’s work can be viewed at www.stevenwmiller.com. His work is now on view at Byrde + the b through August 31, 2019 www.byrdeandtheb.com in Washington Depot, CT.
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