Mark Miller, Artist
Mark Takamichi Miller is an established professional artist whose solo shows in New York's Chelsea galleries and Los Angeles' Chinatown district merit reviews in the New York Times, Art in America and numerous metropolitan publications.
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"Miller takes a raw canvas and with impasto paint creates these half-inch-thick clotted photo-realist characters..." Brian Balmert
"Most people go to Costco for groceries and a year's supply of toilet paper. Mark Takamichi Miller goes for inspiration." Joshua Lynch
Mark Miller, Instructor
Prior to founding the Miller School of Art, he taught for over 25 years at universities throughout the country, including the University of Washington, Cornish College of the Arts, and the University of Oregon.
Mark Miller, Alchemist
Miller specializes in customizing acrylic and oil paints to suit your particular painting. He combines many common paint ingredients in unusual ways for unique effects. These formulations are unavailable in art stores. Liberate your creativity without worrying about the cost of media created especially for you.
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Mark Takamichi Miller is based in Seattle, Washington. Solo exhibitions include 19 solo shows in Northwest commercial galleries. Miller had his first solo show in the Chelsea district of New York City at the Andrew Edlin Gallery. He had his first solo show in Los Angeles at the L2K Gallery. Numerous group exhibitions include Triple Candie, and Plane Space Gallery in New York City. He was included in New American Paintings, Juried Exhibition-in-Print, No. 67, and New American Paintings, Juried Exhibition-in-Print, No. 68. His work was reviewed in the New York Times, and twice inArt in America.
Miller's awards include a Seattle Arts Commission award, juried by Fred Wilson and six other artists. He won residencies at the MacDowell Colony. Miller was awarded a grant by Artist Trust and a visiting Assistant Professor position at the University of Oregon and a Juror's award by the Bellevue Art Museum as well as the "Neddy Fellowship in Painting" by the Behnke Foundation. He has also won a Seattle Arts Commission Public Purchase Award.
Miller's work is included these collections: ArtColl Trust, Microsoft Collection, Seattle Arts Commission Portable Works Collection, Tacoma Art Museum, Bill and Ruth True, and the University of Iowa.