Michelle Miller is a Los Angeles based printmaker, painter, and muralist. Miller graduated with a
BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2015; they have since held residencies and
created work at Spudnik Press Cooperative (Chicago, IL), Kala Art Institute (Berkeley, CA), Anderson
Ranch (Snowmass, CO), and was recently a selected muralist for the city of Boulder, CO. Miller’s
designs employ heavily saturated color to convey bold graphic minimalism and abstract forms
through silkscreen prints, acrylic paintings and public murals.
Miller composes playful and
suggestive forms in relation to hard edged geometric abstraction; compositions greatly influenced
by landscape, light, and design. Architectural and bodily forms are enlivened through flat, bright
colors and gradients. Using their experience and lens as a queer maker, themes of the queer body
and human presence have emerged across many series of Miller’s work. Currently, Miller is an
artist in residence at Heavy Gel Print Shop in LA where they continue to challenge composition
and color in a series of large-scale, vibrant screen prints and paintings.