A gifted and successful artist, the late Albert W. Miller's art included non-objective, realistic and abstract styles applied to portraiture, landscape, still life and figure painting. His media included oil, acrylic, watercolor and collage. During the most productive years of his fine arts career, he was represented by Little Gallery and Forum Gallery in New York City.
Miller's career in the arts spanned more than five decades. He studied in Indiana and Illinois, along with Europe. He taught art and ran an advertising and public relations firm. During his long and varied career, Miller designed more than a dozen homes and buildings.
Many of the art pieces recently donated to the Galena Center for the Arts include portraits of Galenians.
Thursday-Sunday during regular hours
Beginning December 1, 2018
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