Tim Miller has spent over 40 years of his life as a working artist. Throughout his career he’s mostly completed landscape paintings with oil and pastels, many of which are substantial in size. However, he also has extensive knowledge of life drawing and an avid fascination with light and colour.
Tim also has sizable experience in teaching art which includes time at the prestigious Julian Ashton Art School, Charles Sturt University, the University of Southand Queensland and Western Institute of TAFE.
Tim set himself the challenging task of painting the sunset everyday for 356 days which proved to be a successful and rewarding project. These pieces were shown in an exhibition titled “365 Sundowns” in 2009. For inquires about these artworks please contact Tim Miller.
Tim’s work is in public and private collections all around the world including the United Kingdom, China, Japan, U.S.A, Canada, New Zealand, France and Zimbabwe.
Selected Group Exhibitions
2014 – Journeys West, Orange Regional Gallery
2011 – Redcliffe Regional Gallery Queensland
2010 – Pathways & Perceptions: Macquarie 1810-2010. Fountain Court Gallery, Parliament House Sydney
2004 – A Tale, Sculpture Garden and Gallery on Central, Naremburn.
2002 – Caves, Hidden Visions, Bathurst Regional Gallery, Bathurst.
2001 – Decade, Bathurst Regional Gallery, Bathurst.
2000 – Earth Forms, Life Forms, Orange Regional Gallery, Orange.
1994 – Making Visible, Bathurst Regional Gallery, Bathurst.
2015 – High Places, Orange Regional Gallery
2010 – 365 Sundowns, Darlinghurst Sydney
1996 – present- Continuous solo exhibitions at Rockley Studio, Rockley.
2006 – Celebrating 25 Years at Rockley, Rockley Studio, Rockley.
2003 – Light is my Consolation, Stop Laughing this is Serious Gallery.
1992 – University of Western Sydney, Milperra.
1988 – Marsden Galleries, Bathurst
2011 – present – Landmarks, National Museum of Australia
Tim is currently a Master Tutor at the Atelier d’Airy CReATivE in Bathurst and does tours of his gallery and studio by appointment. He also continues to complete small paintings everyday.