Born in Brockton, Massachusetts, I received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Massachusetts College of Art and a Master of Fine Arts degree from Syracuse University. After serving as a medical corpsman in Vietnam I taught painting and design at the State University of New York.
I’ve been a director of the Louis K. Meisel Gallery in New York and have worked on numerous gallery and museum exhibitions as well as projects for television.
I have exhibited with the Louis K. Meisel Gallery, Pictogram Gallery and Marcia Udo Gallery in New York, the Morgan Gallery in Kansas City, and in more then 40 group exhibitions in the United States, Europe and Puerto Rico.
Represented by the Louis K. Meisel Gallery, New York.
The paintings are narrative works which refer to specific places and events, and the content varies with each group of paintings. For example, the series entitled “The Ascension of Lily Cheung” is about the capacity for hope. “One of the Reasons for the Death of David Minors” is about superstition, “Letters from the Hotel Aroma” and “A Room with a View” deal with a sense of place, and the series “A Moment in the Showa Era”, A Moment in the Heisei Era” and “The Geometry of Birds” have to do with ways of measuring time. More information on these and other paintings is available on the website http://www.waynemillerpaintings.com .
Arts Foundation of Cape Cod, Sandwich Cultural Council, Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Cotuit Center for the Arts, Cape Cod Museum of Art, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, The Artists Rights Society, New York.
Paintings and drawings are in over 100 collections in the United States and Europe. Five paintings are in the permanent collection of the Prudential Corporation.
$1,500 to $8,000