Abstract artist, Graham Miller’s paintings are influenced by Jackson Pollack, Mark Rothko, Franz Kline amongst other contemporary artists. His paintings are inspired by his travels across the world including the United States, Europe and the Caribbean.
Mr. Miller’s work can be described as bold, strong, patterned, dimensional with a structural element and a technique of intricate splatterings.
“My work is a process. I like to experiment with colors, textures, and surfaces. I have no concept of time while painting. I am absorbed in it, it’s impulsive and has a motivating intensity to it. Jackson Pollack called it ‘state of being.’ What I have in mind to create often changes as the process develops.”
Mr. Miller received his Bachelors of Fine Arts Degree in 1978 from Ohio Wesleyan University.
His work is displayed in public and private collections throughout the Tri-state area.
He is represented in galleries and does works on commission basis.
Mr. Miller was born in New York City, lived in Darien, CT and now resides in Greenwich, CT with his family.