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  • Owings Mills MD
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Original abstract art and fine art prints by Pamela E Miller. Miller Modern Art provides wholesale programs to galleries, interior designers and real estate, as well as art related information and links.
About my artwork
About the Artist

“By cultivating the beautiful we scatter the seeds of heavenly flowers, as by doing good we cultivate those that belong to humanity” - Robert Heinlein

When Pamela first read those words she sensed the truth inherent in them and felt she could cultivate beauty through her paintings. Her artwork is sometimes peaceful and serene, other times strange and chaotic, but always vibrant and colorful. She channels her emotions and passions through her brush onto the canvas. Her brush strokes can be layered with heavy texturing or other times light and pure simplicity. A study in contrasts, her paintings reflect the inspiration she finds from science to fantasy, from martial arts to meditation, and from the glory of natural landscapes/seascapes to the heights of human engineering.

The Artist’s Journey

Pamela E. Miller was born near Baltimore, Maryland into a family that encouraged her creative passions in a myriad of ways. Her father was a prominent business owner and instilled in Pamela the value of an entrepreneurial attitude. Her mother, also a business professional and artist in her own right, provided her with art supplies and training tools to develop her artistic talents. As a child, she worked in crayons, finger paints, pastels and molding clays then moved into oil paints, acrylics and watercolors as a young adult. But no matter what the medium, her parents both told her that the only limits she had in creating were those that she placed on herself. Being near the museums of both Washington, DC and Baltimore, MD., her family spent weekends exploring and studying the works of the famous masters with Pam, in order to further her education.

While in high school, Pamela began to refine and hone her art by concentrating on technical accuracy and proper perspective through painting in realistic manner. However, over time, she felt constrained and began experimenting in an abstract style more suited to her boundless imagination. Pamela received many accolades and awards in school for her artworks and went on to study at Maryland Institute of Art in the summer of 1985. As a young adult, Pamela succumbed to the needs of everyday life and went to school for Computer Engineering, working in the technology industry for a number of years. However, the creative fires that smoldered within her began to burn brightly and she decided to go back and focus her time exclusively in the art world.

“To Change One’s Life: Start Immediately. Do it flamboyantly. No exceptions” - William James

Pamela reverently follows Mr. James’ advice everyday and has never once looked back from her chosen path. In recent years, she has been featured in NY Arts Magazine and Home and Décor Magazine. She has also won awards for her paintings through several of the online galleries she works with. She has sold her works to over 100 clients internationally and continues to break the rules through her unique style and her eagerness to try new things. For the first years of her career as a professional artist, she focused on developing a strong presence on the internet and appearing in a select few traditional brick and mortar fine art galleries. Now her work can be seen in prominent homes, corporate collections and fine art galleries across the country.
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Some of the artists that have influenced me would be Picasso, Dali, Kandinsky, and Peter Max.
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Art for Charity Q1 2009 Miller Modern Art

Miller Modern Art’s “Art for Charity Program” 1st Quarter 2009.

Do you like donating money to a good cause and love one of the paintings on our site? Great! For the 1st quarter of 2009, 30% of all sales made on www.millermodernart.com (and at the artist's discretion, her other discount outlets) will go to MOM Foundation's Survivor Celebration. This charity is near and dear to the artist's heart as she lost one of her closest friends to breast cancer. Learn more about the MOM… Continue

Posted on January 25, 2009 at 23:10

Pamela E Miller featured in NY Arts Magazine

I was really excited to find out that I am a featured artist on the front page of:


They have my painting, "Minx" from my inspiration series up. The original painting was sold to

a collector, however, I will be offering Framed LTD Editon Prints 8 x 10 and Hand

Embellished, Giclee on Canvas LTD Edition Prints in 11 x 14.…


Posted on September 9, 2008 at 1:04

Irked by eBay, some sellers trade elsewhere

http://www.baltimoresun.com/business/bal-ebay0818,0,3176472.story ARTICLE

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Irked by eBay, some sellers trade elsewhere

By Mylene Mangalindan | The Wall Street Journal

August 18, 2008

Some online retailers are moving away from eBay.

Irked by February's changes in fees and the feedback-rating system, merchants who once sold wares exclusively at the online-auction site can now be… Continue

Posted on September 7, 2008 at 12:40 — 1 Comment

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At 7:05 on September 10, 2010, N.S.VALLUVAN said…
At 14:04 on February 25, 2010, BOIGEOL said…
the art of richard boigeol

At 21:21 on December 22, 2009, Alan Murray said…
Nice work Pamela, I like the figures and textures.congrats on feature.
At 18:50 on April 17, 2009, Marta Melniczuk said…
Thank you very much, dear Pamela, for invitation, and congratulations to your featured profile on NYArts. All the best to you
At 16:19 on October 10, 2008, Sara Servati said…

At 12:01 on September 5, 2008, Rob Van Beek said…
Thanks for visiting my page and for your encouraging remarks.

Please feel free to reproduce my text, and thanks for asking.

I don't put much energy into selling work at the moment. Why don't you have a go a making some cord pieces yourself?

I can tell you a bit of the thinking behind my examples:

In western art 'line' is associated with 'purity' and with disciplines such as geometry, where points,lines,planes are abstract mathetical entities.

I wanted to explore 'line','linear properties', 'linearity' with real fibres,lines, cords,ropes etc.

I'd collected stuff that I'd find. Let it fester in the studio. Then try to explore how to combine it.

I'm doing similar work with sheet materials, shell forms and solid materials.

All the best in your painting.

I liked the simplicity and directedness of your landscapes and cityscapes.
At 21:34 on August 29, 2008, Marta Melniczuk said…
Hi, Pamela, like your city scapes, Cheers
At 7:55 on August 29, 2008, Sorg said…
Hi Pamela, nice to read about your appreciation of my straight forwardness, and your critique too–I LOVE to hear what people wanna tell me about my work (definitely the negative). it's all opinions, I've got my own.... and here are some now... My favorite is the blue Parisian buildings (#4 at the moment), very awkward in an honest way. But ya' know, I think the other ones are honestly awkward too, just something about the blue one I like though. Maybe it's the geometry.

Mermaid&man? no. And goopy sparkle glitter outta those little plastic tubes–big fucking no, but the abstracts that were silhouetted, yeah, I think they show promise, I've seen stuff like them that work, but then the next one in slideshow (7) is the worst, with the goop. Sometimes I see stuff that I've seen 500 times by amateurs. I love amateurs, but only if they're original.

thanx for the invite,

At 13:36 on August 19, 2008, artreview.com said…
Hi Pamela.

Welcome to artreview.com.

It would be great to see some of your work here, along with images from your gallery.

Hope you enjoy the site. Also, check out ArtReview:Digital -- it's ArtReview magazine on your screen every month, and it's FREE


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