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Scott Miller (artist)

Scott Miller (artist)

American painter
Scott Miller (artist)
The basics

Quick Facts

Intro American painter
Was Painter
From United States of America
Type Arts
Gender male
Birth 24 December 1955
Death 18 May 2008 (aged 52 years)
The details (from wikipedia)

Biography

Scott Miller (December 24, 1955 – May 18, 2008) was an American painter based in Cleveland, Ohio.

Education and career

He studied from 1974 to 1978 at the Cooper School of Art and at the Cleveland Institute of Art from 1980 to 1983.

Exhibitions

Solo exhibitions

1980–1989

  • Weller/Potosky Gallery - Toronto, Canada
  • Aquilon - Cleveland, Ohio
  • Midtown Gallery - Cleveland, Ohio
  • Summer Gallery - Cleveland, Ohio
  • Art Site Gallery - Cleveland, Ohio
  • Kent State Center Gallery - Kent, Ohio
  • Karamu Gallery - Cleveland, Ohio
  • Joyce Porcelli Gallery - Cleveland, Ohio
  • Artemesia Gallery - Chicago, Illinois

1990–1999

  • The Akron Museum of Art - Akron, Ohio
  • Art Lick Gallery - San Francisco, California
  • Art in the Powerhouse - Cleveland, Ohio
  • Cleveland Independent Art - Cleveland, Ohio
  • OBOE Gallery - Cleveland, Ohio
  • Aquilon - Cleveland, Ohio

2000–2008

  • Don O'Mellveny Gallery - Los Angeles, California
  • Herb Ascherman Gallery - Cleveland, Ohio
  • OBOE Gallery - Cleveland, Ohio
  • Art Metro Gallery - Cleveland, Ohio
  • Klapper Gallery - Los Angeles, California
  • Edgar Varela Fine Arts - Los Angeles, California

Group exhibitions

1980–1989

  • The Cleveland Museum of Art - Cleveland, Ohio
  • Weller/Potosky Gallery - Toronto, Canada
  • Spaces/Hallwalls - Buffalo, New York
  • Artists' Society International - San Francisco, California
  • James Hunt Barker Gallery - Palm Beach, Florida
  • Lucky Street Gallery - Key West, Florida
  • Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art - Cleveland, Ohio
  • N.O.V.A. - Cleveland, Ohio
  • Spaces Gallery - Cleveland, Ohio
  • The New Figuration - Cleveland, Ohio

1990–1999

  • The Cleveland Museum of Art - Cleveland, Ohio
  • Midtown Gallery - Cleveland, Ohio
  • World Tattoo Gallery - New York, NY
  • Penson Gallery - New York, NY
  • Feature Gallery - New York, NY
  • Evanston Art Center - Evanston, Illinois
  • Artemesia Gallery - Chicago, Illinois
  • Hyde Park Institute - Chicago, Illinois

2000–2008

  • Toyoda Museum - Nagoya, Japan
  • William Merrill Gallery - Laguna Beach, California
  • Gallery 33 - Long Beach, California
  • Don O'Melveny Gallery - Los Angeles, California
  • Cast Iron Gallery - New York, NY

Prominent collectors

  • Peter Lewis - Philanthropist
  • Richard Armstrong - Director, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
  • Hugh Hefner/Playboy Enterprises
  • Henry Hawley - Head Curator, Cleveland Museum of Art
  • Progressive Insurance Corporation
  • Flemming Flindt - Choreographer
  • Akron Museum of Art
  • British Petroleum
  • Allen Ginsberg - Poet

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