Linda S. Miller
“I enjoy creating in every medium of art. But my first love is oil painting. Putting words to how one feels about such a creative process is difficult because I find capturing on canvas the pure color combinations that exist in nature both illusive and gratifying at the same time. In my oil painting, I try to use the past great masters as inspiration to paint scenes which convey my hope and joy of living into the future.”
Linda S. Miller subject matter ranges from landscapes to still lifes, from florals to her special series on endangered species. Miller has been recognized by her peers in numerous national and regional juried shows where she has received three best in show awards, one Juror’s Recognition Award, and eleven 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place awards and numerous honorable mentions. In addition to juried shows she has displayed her artwork in two Three-Women shows at Jorgensen Gallery, University of Connecticut, and four One-Woman shows in Connecticut and New Mexico.
Linda S. Miller, a 35-year Mansfield CT resident, developed an interest in art at age 12 in Missouri when she studied with Sidney Larson, a former student of Thomas Hart Benton. She won her first award at 12 in the Adult catagory at the Missouri State Fair when she took 3rd place. Linda won 3rd place again as a senior in high school in a National competition. She interrupted her painting career for 25 years to raise a family. Renewed interest in 1986 was stimulated by studying with various Connecticut and southwest teachers including the Scottsdale Artist School in Arizona. In the last 20 years she has displayed work in numerous juried shows both local and national. She is a former president of Quiet Corner Artists. She spends three months a year painting in New Mexico. Her artwork is in collections across the country.
She is currently active in several art organizations in Connecticut, Texas and New Mexico including: City of Artists, Las Cruces, NM; Connecticut Quite Corner Artists, President for 6 years; Lyme Art Association and Glastonbury Arts in Connecticut; Connecticut Plein Air Painters Society; and Studio Artist Society.
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