Chris Miller received his BFA from Pennsylvania State University and his MFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He currently teaches 3D Foundation and Ceramics at California State University Long Beach. Before moving to California Chris was awarded the first ever Robert Turner Teaching Fellowship at Alfred University where he taught 3D Foundation and Ceramics for three years. Chris has exhibited in Los Angeles at ACME Gallery, in Venice Beach at Marine Salon Gallery, and has worked collaboratively with French artist Melodie Mousset at Susan Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects.
Miller is an incessant, intuitive maker who explores the abstract employing a wide array of 2 & 3 dimensional mark-making and layering processes and materials whether working flat or dimensionally. Miller builds complex kinetically active experimental spaces that engage random layered mark making. These artistic documents are records of the phenomenology of color, liquid, movement, time and ingenuity. The work is a testament to both the macro and the micro in our world.