Artist Spotlight: Judy Miller

Through the Cracks  32x24 assemblage on canvas  $675
"I love to explore the things we keep, save and what they mean to us. Through the Cracks is one in a series of these explorations. My first love is sculpture, most often using clay. I also paint with acrylics, usually with texture involved, and I also use found objects to create a variety of mixed media pieces.

Liberty  bronze sculpture   $2500

Liberty and Justice was originally created in clay after 9/11, when I felt that the Statue of Liberty needed to sit down and drop her torch.

In 2018, I felt the need to make a mold of this piece and cast her in bronze.

When the newspapers became filled with suggestions that we need to build walls around our country, I felt this image would represent what so many of us felt.

Somewhere Out There   48x36 acrylic  $650

Somewhere Out There is a painting with texture that gives the feel of opening up and letting go, but also has a feel for the sky and vastness."

Judy Miller has lived in the East Bay for 47 years. As a working artist, she has exhibited and sold her work for the last 30 years. She's also a retired Occupational Therapist, using art activities as part of her job.

Judy is a member of the Association of Clay and Glass, Lamorinda Arts Alliance, Moraga Art Gallery, National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts, and ACCI Gallery in Berkeley.

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