Ruth Miller, Connecticut Artist and Painter, to Lecture
Wednesday, October 27, 2010
Free and open to the public.
Connecticut artist and painter, Ruth Miller will lecture on her painting at the University of Tulsa on November 4, 2010. The lecture will be held at 4 pm in the Jerri Jones Lecture Hall, Phillips Hall, Room 211.
Miller’s work is in the permanent collections of the Delaware Art Museum, the Corcoran Gallery, the National Academy of Design and Dartmouth College. She has taught at the New York Studio School, Parsons School of Design, Yale Norfolk Summer School and Queens College.
Writing of her work, Graham Nickson, Dean of the New York Studio School states: “For me, her work never ceases to inspire, challenge and delight – rewarding my gaze. The same is true of the person and the teacher. This magical artist deserves to be far more well known than by the existing band of enthusiasts. A painter’s painter, she draws as others think and breathe. She is paradigm for young artist who believe in the relevance of painting and drawing and its continuum.”
The LohinGeduld Gallery
in New York currently represents Ruth Miller.