About the Artist

Ruth Miller lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area.  She maintains a successful career as a professional artist while sharing her passion for art with the local school children.  She has designed an art history curriculum that she teaches in elementary schools.

 

She has studied with several nationally prominent artists, including John Salminen, Catherine Anderson, Jane Hofstetter and Marianne Brown.  She exhibits her work through the California Watercolor Association and the San Diego Watercolor Society where she has earned Signature Memberships. 

 

Ms. Miller paints landscapes, florals, seascapes and cityscapes from photographs taken during her travels, thus combining several of her pleasures ~ art, photgraphy and travel.

 

In addition to her many personal accomplishments and awards, Ms. Miller has been a major fund raiser for the Arts in the local schools attempting to compensate for the diminishing funds on state and federal levels.  

 

Ms. Miller welcomes your interest in her watercolors.  Please contact her to discuss a piece in her gallery or a custom painting created from your own photography collection.  Your photograph could simply be of your garden or taken on the trip of your lifetime.  A painting will provide a beautiful memory for you and your family to enjoy for years to come.

 

 

 

Ms. Miller with an award winning artist

at a children's art auction that raises

thousands of dollars for art in the

local schools.

The Spotted Cat will hang in CWA's 49th National Exhibition, opening January 11, closing on 
February 16.  The show will be held at the Harrington Gallery in Pleasanton.

Selfie is in San Diego at their 39th International Exhibition.  The show runs the month of October, 2018 at the Arts and Culture Building at 2825  Dewey, building 202.

Valley Art Gallery, Walnut Creek, has many new paintings.  This is a great little gallery hosting local artists.  You can rent and/or buy paintings.

"Painting is the best way I've found to get along with myself." 

 

 Robert Rauschenberg.

When your work speaks for itself, don't interrupt.

 

 Watercolorists are adrenaline junkies!  

              Michael Reardon