Michelle A M Miller
Michelle A M Miller draws beauty out of waste. Influenced by her experiences in nature and her family’s environmental testing laboratory, she transforms discarded materials and inspiration from the natural world, chemistry, philosophy, physics, and ancient wisdom into monochromatic meditations that skirt ideas of entanglement and interconnectedness but hint at something more. Her creative work spans drawing, bookmaking, sculpture, painting, printmaking, installation and public art. Miller’s complex imagery is simultaneously cosmic and quantum, ancient and futuristic. She has been awarded residencies at Atlantic Center for the Arts, IS Projects, and is the recipient of a grant from the Puffin Foundation. Her work has been presented at CODEX, E/AB, NADA Miami, and she has recently participated in group exhibitions at the Coral Springs Museum of Art and the Art and Culture Center/Hollywood. Her work is held in collections at the University of Miami and the Jaffe Center for Book Arts in addition to private collections throughout the US. Miller received her BFA in Studio Art from Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, and her BA in Art History from Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. She lives and works in West Palm Beach, Florida.