Brian Everett Miller

Brian Everett Miller

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  Artist: Brian Everett Miller
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Brian Everett Miller (b. Pittsburgh, 1976) is a visual artist working in photography, painting, drawing, sculpture, and digital design. Fictional portraits and surreal figurative compositions characterize the bulk of his practice. His images are made within a hybrid workflow in which he builds an image out of individual parts and with various traditional mediums, while arranging and manipulating the elements digitally to bring about the final image. It is common for elements of drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, and other imagery to be incorporated within a single composition. His work has been published, exhibited, and collected throughout the United States and abroad. Miller is self-taught, and began working in his thirties, having had no introduction or general interest in art in his formative years. He developed an interest in photography and for several years devoted himself to the camera, studying its masters and building a foundation of expertise and technical proficiency which has served as a touchstone in all his work. His first major body of work, “The Flowers”, is a series of photographs inspired by the floral photography of Robert Mapplethorpe. Following this, Miller expanded his practice to include the figure and first began his experiments in combining mediums within a single work. This led to "The Portraits", a series which explores the possibilities present within the mediums of sculpture and painting when combined and viewed, as a finished work, through the prism of photography. While this series remained stricly photography based it marked a turning point in which Miller afterwards began to experiment with and fully embrace digital manipulation in his work. In his current practice he incorporates elements of photography, painting, photographed sculpture, charcoal sketches, and other imagery to produce large scale digital prints, represented in his latest series entitled, "The Digital Compositions". In 2016, Miller created the In The Studio blog where he shares his process and thoughts about art and other areas of interest