Steven J. Miller



Miller’s paintings are exacting landscape paintings of an imagined, not too distant future in a world that may or may not be our own. Throughout the creation of this body of work, Miller’s thoughts have swung between the macro and micro of life. The larger constructs of science, culture to the magic exuded by his grandchildren’s toys. The familiar objects and places (city buildings, trees, houses) in his paintings are integrated with the unfamiliar (islands shaped like thumbs and fantastical twenty-third century architecture.) The paintings are rendered with precise lines, and color is utilized to emphasize the flatness of the picture plane. His attention to the precision of the paintings lends an Eastern sensibility to the form of the work. While the content consists of a distinctively Western narrative

Steven Miller is a Texas artist who received his M.F.A. from the University of North Texas and currently resides in Denton, Texas. Mr. Miller is a recipient of the Fulbright Memorial Scholarship in 1998, which involved an extended study/travel opportunity in Japan. He has shown extensively throughout Texas and was featured in the 2012 New American Paintings blog, D Magazine and

Conduit Gallery Exhibitions

Selected Exhibitions

  • University of Dallas, Dallas, TX
  • LH Underwood Center for the Arts, Lubbock, TX
  • Ouray Art Center, Ouray, Colorado
  • Emporia State University, Kansas
  • Inman Gallery, Houston, TX
  • Roswell Museum and Art Center, Roswell, New Mexico
  • Las Vegas Art Center, Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Amarillo Art Center, Amarillo, TX
  • Witte Museum, San Antonio, TX
  • Tyler Museum of Art, Tyler, TX