Fine art print flat files

GRANT W. MILLER

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Fine art prints, printmaking studio

Untitled BII-15
Untitled BII-15

. 2007 40"h x 26"w Relief

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Untitled B3
Untitled B3

. 2007 40"h x 26"w Woodcut, photo lithograph, hand painting, collage

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Untitled W15
Untitled W15

. 2007 26"h x 40"w Woodcut, photo lithograph, hand painting, collage

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Untitled BII-1
Untitled BII-1

. 2007 26"h x 40"w Relief

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Untitled BII-5
Untitled BII-5

. 2007 26"h x 40"w Relief

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Untitled BII-7
Untitled BII-7

. 2007 26"h x 40"w Relief

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Untitled B7
Untitled B7

. 2007 26"h x 40"w Woodcut, photo lithograph, hand painting, collage

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Untitled B9
Untitled B9

. 2007 26"h x 40"w Woodcut, photo lithograph, hand painting, collage

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Untitled B11
Untitled B11

. 2007 40"h x 26"w Woodcut, photo lithograph, hand painting, collage

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Untitled B13
Untitled B13

. 2007 40"h x 26"w Woodcut, photo lithograph, hand painting, collage

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Untitled B17
Untitled B17

. 2007 26"h x 40"w Woodcut, photo lithograph, hand painting, collage

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Untitled W5
Untitled W5

. 2007 40"h x 26"w Woodcut, photo lithograph, hand painting, collage

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"Grant Miller’s work mimics the hyper-exposure of information in our society, building up layers through accumulation and maximizing singular marks. As a painter, the alternation between two-dimensional and three-dimensional space provides the visual foundation for his work. However, the works on paper made in collaboration with Pele Prints set up a scene for deconstruction, focusing on specific aspects that reoccur in his paintings, providing a space to edit and extract its detailed components."

– Dana Turkovic, Independent Curator

 

Grant Miller is a graduate of Washington University, St. Louis, MO with a MFA in Printmaking and Drawing (2003). He studied Printmaking at the Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO. Miller’s work has been included in “More is More: Maximalist Tendencies in Painting” – a group exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL and in New American Paintings, Book #71, 2007 Midwest Edition. He has been awarded residencies in Millay Colony of the Arts in Austerlitz, NY and Cite Internationale des Arts in Paris, France.