Painter, Fine Art Restoration & Conservation, Art Educator
Margie Miller is a painter, art conservator, and art educator based in Nevada City, CA. A graduate of the art department at University of California at Davis, she studied under renowned California artists Wayne Thiebaud and William T. Wiley. Their bold use of color and whimsy has greatly influenced her work. Miller did post-graduate studies in Fine Art at the Oregon School of Arts and Crafts.
Miller’s paintings are in private and public collections throughout the West. Her most recent exhibit of paintings, Luminous California, was ordered by the Sacramento Metropolitan Art Commission and featured at the Sacramento International Airport.
For more than a decade, Miller apprenticed with a nationally known art conservator and is currently an associate with the American Institute of Conservation. She specializes in the restoration of oil paintings, frames, and artworks on paper.
Miller is an award-winning art educator. She has been a frequent presenter at the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento, CA. Over the years, she has created and instructed numerous art programs, including the annual High Sierra Painting Workshop near Graeagle, CA, the Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital Cancer Center art program, and countless classes in the Nevada County schools.
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