I paint as a means to connect with the visible universe surrounding me and the less visible universe within me. Often a pretty picture results, but painting pretty pictures is not my primary objective. I am immersing myself in the stuff of existence, in color and contour and spatial relationships. I process them and they merge with memories, urges, ideas of right and wrong and what is beautiful. --Edward Bear Miller
Edward “Bear” Miller was born and raised in the District of Columbia. He paints wild and industrial spaces, figures, and portraits, working on site and in his studios. He is represented by the Foundry Gallery in DC, the Corscaden Barn of Art in Upstate New York, and the Octavia Art Gallery in New Orleans.
View more of Edward's figure paintings on his artist website: http://edwardbearmiller.com