Pulling Things Together

by Ashley Sauder Miller

These Two, 10

These Two, 10 X 10″

At the End, 50 X 35

At the End, 50 X 35″

But this Belongs to Us, 5 X 8

But this Belongs to Us, 5 X 8″

Pulling Things Together 1, 11 X 14

Pulling Things Together 1, 11 X 14″

Bind and Separate, 48 X 50

Bind and Separate, 48 X 50″

Quick Fix, Under the Rug, 56 X 60"

Quick Fix, Under the Rug, 56 X 60″

Cover/Veil (Blue), 30 X 40

Cover/Veil (Blue), 30 X 40″

 

Here Again, 12 X 12"

Here Again, 12 X 12″

Little Yellow, 4 X 4

Little Yellow, 4 X 4″

Pink Rug and Chair, 28 X 60

Pink Rug and Chair, 28 X 60″

Interior Spaces (My Memory is Fuzzy), 30 X 50

Interior Spaces (My Memory is Fuzzy), 30 X 50″

Interior Spaces (Cover/Hide), 48 X 50

Interior Spaces (Cover/Hide), 48 X 50″

 

Ashley Sauder Miller holds an MFA from James Madison University (2007) with an emphasis in painting and drawing.  She actively exhibits her work, maintains a regular practice  from her home studio, works as the director at local art center, and is the primary caregiver for her four children.

In my most recent work, I am particularly aware of the demands of motherhood, preservation of memory, and repetitious patterns of thought and behavior. Consistent in my work throughout the past number of years are my children’s mark making, textile design, Biblical text and stories, and a deep rooted passion for painting, drawing, and making.

Website: http://www.ashleysaudermiller.com/

Instagram: @ashleysaudermiller

Facebook: Ashley Sauder Miller Art

 

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One Comment on “Pulling Things Together”

  1. mochafrappe
    February 29, 2016 at 12:00 am #

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