Sherry Miller has been an exhibiting painter since 1976. From 1976 until 1991 she showed annually in galleries in Portland, Maine, where she lived and maintained a large arts district studio. She was also featured seasonally up and down the Maine Coast in Rockland, Blue Hill, Deer Isle and Bar Harbor.
During the same period she exhibited in Connecticut, East Hampton, NY, and Boston plus one wonderful show at San Francisco International Airport in 1983. From 1982 until 1991 Miller wrote weekly art columns and long art features for The Maine Sunday Telegram, Art New England and several other newspapers.
She arrived in California at the end of 1991 and began working for new Internet companies. She had solo shows at Falling Dog Café in the Mission and Red Oak Realty in Berkeley. Then she opened a studio at Hunter's Point where she showed even while continuing to work full time in new media companies including Netscape, AOL, Knowledge Universe and Petstore.com. She was an Internet pioneer, evangelist and guru, creating and teaching the use of art on web sites and new solutions to interface design. She was Director of Content for a major art and technology exhibition web site for SFMOMA in 2001.
Since 2006 Miller has maintained a very active studio at the ICB in Sausalito where she participates in three major shows each year. She exhibited in a solo show at the Palo Alto Office Center and the Mill Valley Art Walk, and in group shows at Cavallo Point, the Marin Art Association, and the Marin Foundation. She also participates in special events held by Gallery Sausalito and SausalitoArtists@Work. Miller will have a major show at Thos. Moser Furniture Showroom from January till May, 2015.
Miller studied art at The Pennsylvania Academy, Tyler School of Art, and the graduate fine arts program at Columbia University. She graduated from Barnard College in New York where she majored in Anthropology and Russian while also attending the Art Students League at night.
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