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Brad Miller

Untitled (Stones), 2017

Ceramic, hand-formed and tumbled
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West Hollywood
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Edward Cella Art and Architecture
West Hollywood
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Dimensions variable. Contact the gallery to learn more.

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Sculpture
Brad Miller
American, b. 1950
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Brad Miller’s abstract, mixed-media paintings, digital prints, sculptures, ceramics, and lithographs express the physical properties of organic systems. “Constantly reconfiguring nature’s most persistent ordering systems is central to my work,” he says. “Close packing, cracking, dendritic systems, and spirals are a few of these familiar images.” Regularly improvising during the process of creating work, he plays on the tension between order and disorder in the natural world, in works that engage color, line, and surface. Miller is not interested in mimesis alone, rather experimenting with a variety of image-making techniques, often unsure of what the final image will look like.

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Edward Cella Art and Architecture
West Hollywood
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Dimensions variable. Contact the gallery to learn more.

Dimensions variable. Contact the gallery to learn more.

Medium
Sculpture
Brad Miller
American, b. 1950
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Brad Miller’s abstract, mixed-media paintings, digital prints, sculptures, ceramics, and lithographs express the physical properties of organic systems. “Constantly reconfiguring nature’s most persistent ordering systems is central to my work,” he says. “Close packing, cracking, dendritic systems, and spirals are a few of these familiar images.” Regularly improvising during the process of creating work, he plays on the tension between order and disorder in the natural world, in works that engage color, line, and surface. Miller is not interested in mimesis alone, rather experimenting with a variety of image-making techniques, often unsure of what the final image will look like.

Brad Miller

Untitled (Stones), 2017

Ceramic, hand-formed and tumbled
Unique
Contact For Price
Location
West Hollywood
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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