Sculpture and Constructions by John Miller

  • Hooded Merganser, 2016, Paper, glue, mixed media Hooded Merganser, 2016, Paper, glue, mixed media
  • Cock of the Woods, 2015, Paper, glue, mixed media Cock of the Woods, 2015, Paper, glue, mixed media
  • Goose Mobile, 1980 CitiArts Grant Goose Mobile, 1980 CitiArts Grant
  • Goose Mobile, 1980 CitiArts Grant<br />
		Detail of goose and associated abstract painting based on pattern pieces Goose Mobile, 1980 CitiArts Grant
    Detail of goose and associated abstract painting based on pattern pieces
  • Consider This, MDO, Paint, Lumber and hardware, 2013<br />Fermentationfest 2013 Consider This, MDO, Paint, Lumber and hardware, 2013
    Fermentationfest 2013
  • Consider This, MDO, Paint, Lumber and hardware, 2013<br />Fermentationfest 2013 Consider This, MDO, Paint, Lumber and hardware, 2013
    Fermentationfest 2013
  • Consider This, MDO, Paint, Lumber and hardware, 2013<br />Fermentationfest 2013 Consider This, MDO, Paint, Lumber and hardware, 2013
    Fermentationfest 2013
  • Consider This, MDO, Paint, Lumber and hardware, 2013<br />Fermentationfest 2013 Consider This, MDO, Paint, Lumber and hardware, 2013
    Fermentationfest 2013
  • Sleep, 3-D Window Installation, 1994 Sleep, 3-D Window Installation, 1994
  • Moose, Wire, Plaster, Resin, and Paint, 1982 Moose, Wire, Plaster, Resin, and Paint, 1982
  • Waves and Ripples, Relief mounted cut panels, acrylic paint, 17.5" X 24",2006 Waves and Ripples, Relief mounted cut panels, acrylic paint, 17.5" X 24",2006
  • Ripples, Relief mounted cut panels, acrylic paint, 13" X 16",. 2006 Ripples, Relief mounted cut panels, acrylic paint, 13" X 16",. 2006
  • Diptych with Plywood, Tar, and Split Wood,18" X 24", 2006 Diptych with Plywood, Tar, and Split Wood,18" X 24", 2006
  • Scoville Point, Mylar, Paper, Mixed media, 2006 Scoville Point, Mylar, Paper, Mixed media, 2006
     

I've been interested in three dimensional work since I was a child. I'd make some of my own toys and the material most available to me was paper. It seems natural to me to explore constructions using planar material and even when my pieces have volume, they are often made with flat stock.