83-year-old Michael Miller, a reclusive wildlife and equine artist will be exhibiting his art work exclusively at Carnes Fine Art.
Michael Miller was born in 1939. He studied art at the Harris College Preston and Manchester College of Art. Michael had a successful career as an interior design consultant for a large multi-national company. During this period, Michael received a number of prestigious portrait commissions.
Michael’s preferred medium is oil although he enjoys working with watercolour, pastel, graphite and fine pen drawings. Wildlife subjects have always been at the forefront for Michael along with a versatile portfolio of landscapes, seascapes, equine and portraiture.
Michael has been a member of the Wildlife Art Society and the Equestrian Art Society for many years and has exhibited work at Christies, The Mall and Westminster Galleries London and the National Exhibition of Wildlife Art in the North West of England. In 2007 Michael won the ‘Founders Award Painting’ (Best in Show) at the American Academy of Equine Art Open Exhibition in Lexington USA. Michael’s paintings are held in private and corporate collections in the UK and around the world.