Katie Miller is an American-based artist who is best known for her colorful, hyperrealistic oil paintings of children. She was raised in New Hampshire, Florida, and California and graduated from Maryland Institute College of Art in 2007, with a BFA in painting and a minor in art history. She earned her MFA from Hoffberger School of Painting at the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2011.
Katie has had two solo exhibitions in Washington, DC. Her work has been shown in art fairs including Pulse Miami, Volta Basel, The Armory Show, and (e)merge. Group exhibitions include the Smithsonian Institution, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, and Fort Wayne Museum of Art.
She is a winner of the Wynn Newhouse Award and an artist grant from the State of Maryland. Her work has been published or reviewed in publications including The Washington Post, Washington City Paper, New American Paintings, and Poets/Artists. Katie’s works are represented in public and private collections internationally, including The Rubell Family Collection, Miami, and 21C Museum Hotels.
Katie lives in Maryland and works as an artist full-time.
All images courtesy of the artist
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