Sarah Gee Miller, Available Artwork

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What Blue
Sarah Gee Miller
acrylic and styrene on panel (30x30 in) 2017
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The Unbroken Gaze
Sarah Gee Miller
acrylic, paper and styrene (40x32 in) 2016
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The Wandering Mind
Sarah Gee Miller
Paper and Acrylic on Paper (40x32 in) 2015
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A Bend in the Road
Sarah Gee Miller
Mixed Media (20x10 in) 2015
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We Are Lazarus
Sarah Gee Miller
Paper and acrylic on board (40x32 in) 2015
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Kismet 2
Sarah Gee Miller
Paper and acrylic on board (40x32 in) 2015
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Sigma Octantis
Sarah Gee Miller
Acrylic and Paper on Card (40x32 in) 2012
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Fire in the Hold
Sarah Gee Miller
Paper and acrylic on board (40x32 in) 2013
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Fugue 1
Sarah Gee Miller
Paper and acrylic on board (40x32 in) 2014
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Atolla
Sarah Gee Miller
Paper and Acrylic on Paper (40x32 in) 2015
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The Brittle Star
Sarah Gee Miller
Paper and acrylic on board (40x32 in) 2015
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Wavelength 705
Sarah Gee Miller
Paper and acrylic on board (40x32 in) 2015
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Fugue 2
Sarah Gee Miller
Acrylic and Paper on Panel (40x32 in) 2014
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The Four Seasons: Spring
Sarah Gee Miller
Paper and Acrylic on Board (20x16 in) 2014
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The Four Seasons: Winter
Sarah Gee Miller
paper and acrylic on matte board (20x16 in) 2014
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The Four Seasons: Summer
Sarah Gee Miller
Paper and Acrylic on Board (20x16 in) 2014
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The Four Seasons: Autumn
Sarah Gee Miller
Paper and Acrylic on Board (20x16 in) 2014
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Amnesia #8
Sarah Gee Miller
Acrylic and Paper on Board (30x22 in) 2014
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Amnesia #1
Sarah Gee Miller
acrylic & paper on matteboard (30x22 in) 2014
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Before the Bombs Began to Fall
Sarah Gee Miller
Acrylic and Paper on Panel (40x33 in) 2014
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Sarah Gee Miller

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Sarah Gee Miller lives and works in Vancouver BC. She works with archival cardstock, often painted in acrylics, to make collages revealing an interest in regularity, equilibrium and the formalities of hard-edged abstraction. The superimposition of vibrant colour and mathematically-derived forms results in what she calls utopian geometry – that is, acknowledging there is rationality and clarity alongside the magical properties of symmetry and beauty.

In the last few years she has participated in several group shows and four solo exhibitions. Her work can be found in corporate and private collections across Canada, in Britain, the United States and Australia and has recently been featured in Juxtapoz Magazine as well as Papier14 art fair, in Montreal.

Links

SarahGeeMiller.com
Artist Website

Juxtapoz Magazine
Feature

Up & Coming
Sarah Gee Miller: Utopian Geometry

The Jealous Curator
Feature

Vancouver is Awesome_TheProof: SarahGeeMiller
April 23, 2015 Article by Becki Chan