“My artwork is about seeing, language, politics and process.” In his work, Tom Miller uses forced symmetry and perspective, a monochromatic palette, and repetition to engage the viewer. These characteristics of Miller’s artwork force the viewer to take a closer look and allow them to think more deeply about the inspiration behind each piece. Tom Miller is a New Mexico-based sculptor, painter, and video artist. His artwork has been exhibited locally and nationally in many galleries, museums, and contemporary art spaces including a solo exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tucson; The University of Arizona Museum of Art; a two-person exhibition at the Center for Contemporary Art Santa Fe and an Aclove exhibition at the New Mexico Museum of Art. His work is in the collections of the New Mexico Museum of Art, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tucson and New Mexico State University.
Miller’s work has been written about in publications including Visual Art Source, Santa Fean, Art and Antiques, and Art Papers. Tom Miller currently teaches sculpture, video, and foundations at the Santa Fe University of Art and Design and was recently named a 2013 Honored Educator by the SITE Santa Fe Scholar Program.