R.I.P. Marnie Ashlie Miiller
Mar. 28, 1943 – Feb. 20, 2012

Marnie Miiller

Marnie Miiller was an artist and educator working in Victoria. Her passion for art was inspired by journal writing, poetry and life experiences. Her work reflected a certain boldness to express the human body and heart. Marnie worked in various media including painting, photography, printmaking, handmade-paper and collage.

Marnie enjoyed the magic of colour and the spatial impact of line. Her work reflected a certain boldness to express the human body and heart.

Gringo Gulch
Watercolour
19" × 13"

Pink Lady
Watercolour
8.5" × 11"

“I enjoy using the simple elements of colour and form to express the harmonies, contrasts and conflicts of our lives. I am stimulated by accidents on canvas, when my imagination and muse are free. I believe in the rejuvenating, transforming, and healing power of art for both the artist and observer.

“I have exhibited in a variety of venues and it particularly pleases me to see my work in care homes, and private collections.”

 

Lady In Yellow, Self Portrait
Chine-collé
10" × 13"

Lady In Waiting
Chine-collé
6" × 7"

Peace Bird Red
Etching
3" × 4"

Mandala Seasons
Gouache
13' diameter

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