Gerry Miller

Joined Artfinder: Feb. 2014

Artworks for sale: 46

(2)

Germany

About Gerry Miller

 
 
  • Biography

    I  want to put as much beauty in the world as I can and make life more interesting by appealing to people’s aesthetic wavelength.

    Most of my work is figurative and landscape done in different mediums and styles.

    Popular culture and it’s classic icons are a dominant theme as

    I think our media and entertainment industries play a large part in our lives.

    Influences include Hopper, Warhol, Dali, Picasso, Erich Fichtl, and Monet to mention a few.

    My artistic career began in mid-eighties London where I worked as a professional portrait artist, whilst taking life-drawing classes at St. Martins School of Art

    Despite tempting offers to  worki as a fashion designer on London’s  King’s Road or exhibit  in a New York gallery I kept to my path. I simply loved drawing and painting people, and I wasn’t ready for New York.

    Fate had me destined for Europe, namely Bavaria where I had my first solo exhibitions and developed my career as an artist for real.

    Later I moved to the east of Berlin and since 1994 have enjoyed watching  the former GDR’s dynamic changing landscapes as it transforms into a new economy. This inspires me and reflects my own artwork....






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  • Education

    1986 - 1987

    St Martins School of Art

    1980 - 1981

    Stvenson college

    1975 - 1977

    Ellis Robins Secondary School

    1972 - 1975

    Aberdeen Grammar School

  • Awards

    1977

    Ellis Robin's School -Best Artist Prize

    The trophy awarded to the best artist in the school.
  • Upcoming Events

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Education

1986 - 1987

St Martins School of Art

1980 - 1981

Stvenson college

1975 - 1977

Ellis Robins Secondary School

1972 - 1975

Aberdeen Grammar School


Awards

1977

Ellis Robin's School -Best Artist Prize

The trophy awarded to the best artist in the school.

There are no upcoming events


 

Biography

I  want to put as much beauty in the world as I can and make life more interesting by appealing to people’s aesthetic wavelength.

Most of my work is figurative and landscape done in different mediums and styles.

Popular culture and it’s classic icons are a dominant theme as

I think our media and entertainment industries play a large part in our lives.

Influences include Hopper, Warhol, Dali, Picasso, Erich Fichtl, and Monet to mention a few.

My artistic career began in mid-eighties London where I worked as a professional portrait artist, whilst taking life-drawing classes at St. Martins School of Art

Despite tempting offers to  worki as a fashion designer on London’s  King’s Road or exhibit  in a New York gallery I kept to my path. I simply loved drawing and painting people, and I wasn’t ready for New York.

Fate had me destined for Europe, namely Bavaria where I had my first solo exhibitions and developed my career as an artist for real.

Later I moved to the east of Berlin and since 1994 have enjoyed watching  the former GDR’s dynamic changing landscapes as it transforms into a new economy. This inspires me and reflects my own artwork....






 
 
 
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