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About the Artist:
Joan Miller began using a camera when she was about 8 or 9. Her dad was always taking pictures and she's sure it rubbed off on her. Joan shot on family vacations and around the neighborhood. Later, in college, she studied photography, while majoring in journalism. That's where she received her darkroom training and that's when her passion really took hold. Later, as a journalist, Joan would occasionally do photography for various publications. Over the decades, Joan continued to build her skills through seminars and classes. She particularly enjoyed experimenting with hand coloring and alternative printing techniques.

Eye See You

  • Eye See You by Joan Miller depicts the golden eyes of the vibrant, pink flamingo as it finally opens its eyes to catch the viewer. This photograph will look encaptivating in any room of your home or office. I am inspired by many things: nature, light, colors, shapes, other artists and their work. The act of creating something is so satisfying. The past few years I've been caught up in the digital world, and thats not a bad thing. But my goal is to get back in the darkroom to process and print piles of black and white negatives that I continue to shoot. I love the purity of the art form, the magic of working with light and film, the tonality. When I look at the work of the masters Henri Cartier-Bresson, Ansel Adams, Margaret Bourke-White, Minor White, and even Vivian Maier -- thats the inspiration to do more, to do it better. I just plan to keep creating, keep learning, keep experimenting. Art is so personal and subjective. I find that I am attracted to many different art forms. I think the more art you are exposed to, the more open your mind and eyes become. You see the world differently. ~ Joan Miller Available for purchase: A Reproduction of a 8" x 10" Photograph. Purchasing a Contemporary Art Gallery Online reproduction is an easy way to revitalize a dull room, create an area of discussion, show your personality, and more. Art is appropriate and more importantly encouraged, for every room in your house? including the bathroom! Create wall collections from floor to ceiling, ascending the staircase, or choose oversize pieces to consume a wall. No longer are there right and wrongs, to hanging art. The trend today is to show your personality and you through the art you have chosen. Blank walls are out! Art always makes a difference. Great art turns a house into a magnificent home, showcasing the amazing you! Let us help you create your dream room and more importantly your dream home. Let us help you find that art that truly speaks to you!

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