Recently moved to, living and working in Myrtle Beach, William H. Miller draws from his years as a fine artist with a successful studio in Houston, TX in the Washington Avenue Arts District. In 2014, William was recognized by the Mayor of Houston with a proclamation making June 30, 2014 William H. Miller Day, a celebration of his contributions to the Houston art scene.
William uses experience in computer graphics and traditional fine art methods to create pieces that embody the abstract using concepts of shape, line, texture, pattern, form and color. A graduate of Parsons School of Design in New York City, Billy, as his friends call him, has broadened his scope to include graphic design, art direction, painting, digital photography, marketing and internet marketing. Billy started showing and selling his fine art in 2003 in Dallas, TX.
In 2012, Billy began creating full time as an artist. He has shown his art in Texas in Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, and Houston as well as in New York and California.
In December 2014, Billy relocated to the Grand Strand area to continue his art making and adding new collectors. He opened his working studio/gallery in downtown Myrtle Beach at 714 Main Street.
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