In 2005 Miller returned to some large and small scale figure work in watercolour. He continues to use it as a primary medium in which to portray sitters, as well as for preparatory works for oils. It is the most immediate medium available and. Miller uses the medium on occasion with unorthodox thickness in attempts to resolve flesh. In Standing |Sitting | Lying, he focused on three sitters for naked portraits and showed them with a selection of works related to a portrait of a Buddhist Lama, The Venerable Panchen Otrul Rinpoche, who teaches in a retreat in Co Cavan. The portraits were shown alongside more intimate family watercolours of a holiday in France. Essay

Watercolours: Images from Standing | Sitting | Lying


Selected portrait encounters with sitters from 2005-08 installed and Shown in “Into Irish Drawing”, curated by the Dutch artist Arno Kramer at Limerick City Gallery (2009) and Kunstcentrum Hengelo, Holland (2009)

On Meeting: Portrait watercolours

WATERCOLOURS: selected works

Standing Sitting Lying: Documentary images

Documentary images from Standin Sitting Lying and other projects

Rubicon Gallery Dublin (2007)

My Image

35 Watercolour from the mobile studio

”Landscape” at The Dock, Carrick On Shannon (2004): “Selected Works” Hamilton Gallery, Sligo (2013)

Anatomy Drawings 1993

35 Watercolour portraits from a residency and exhibition at Laois Arthouse in 2014

Laois Arthouse In association with the Irish Museum of Modern Art

Selected press
Irish Arts Review (pdf) (2006) Regina Gleeson
Irish Times (pdf) (2006) Gemma Tipton
Arena RTE Radio 1 30/06/14
The Irish Times, Ann Marie Hourihane 07/08/14