FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The Gunn Memorial Library is pleased to announce the opening of a select group of recent paintings by the extraordinary colorist and New York City based contemporary abstract
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The Gunn Memorial Library is pleased to announce the opening of a select group of recent paintings by the extraordinary colorist and New York City based contemporary abstract artist Steven Miller on exhibit from Sat November 2-Dec 15, 2019. A reception will take place Sat Nov 2 from 12-2:00pm.
Mr. Miller works in oils on canvas in combination with images inspired by nature. He works in a series of paintings, usually working on from two to three at a time. He states that “These works still hold a strong fascination for me and continue to provide me with boundless inspiration. The work I produce is all about color, form and simplicity”. Life quite simply as a force of nature captured on canvas.
Miller maintains studios in NYC and in Litchfield County. He often travels outside of the country and is influenced by the various international cultures that he comes into contact with. Steven Miller has exhibited his work across the United States from New York to Los Angeles, and in Europe from London to Cologne. He is a Vinalhaven Fellow, a Rubenstein Scholar, and a Parsons School of Design Scholar. His work has been featured in “Sex in the City”, on the tv sitcom “Frasier” and is frequently featured in major Hollywood films.
Mr. Miller’s work is in many private and public collections in the United States, Europe and Asia. His work is in the permanent collections of the University of Virginia’s Bayly Art Museum, the Savannah College of Art & Design Museum in Georgia, Chase Manhattan Bank, Walden International and most recently to MOMA’s collection.
For additional information please contact by email at email@example.com www.stevenwmiller.com
Gunn Memorial Library
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November 2 (Saturday) 1:00 am - December 15 (Sunday) 1:00 am