Artist: Ann Miller

Pillar Point Conversation
Title: Pillar Point Conversation
Description: Acrylic on Canvas
Media: Painting
Size: 60 x 48 x 2
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Contact Ann Miller



Phone: (650) 558-8270

2020  Showings

This artist is exhibiting online only

About Ann Miller

The act of writing and painting together are satisfying and mysterious, a way to share the continuous line of art and join the conversation of painted words. I will be open by appointment only during the Coronavirus pandemic, so please give me a call if you would like to meet at the studio. Take care!

1960-65—Stanford University, BA and MA in Fine Art – Painting and Lithography—with Nathan Oliveira, Richard Diebenkorn, Frank Lobdell, George Miyasaki, Dan Mendelowitz, Duane Wakeham, Viktor Arnautoff, Robert Mullen and Keith Boyle
1984-present—Independent calligraphy studies – Brody Neuenschwander, Ward Dunham, Denis Brown, Carl Rohrs, Jacqueline Svaren, Robert Williams, Thomas Ingmire, Jovica Veljovic, Liesbet Boudens, Julian Waters, Yves Leterme

Friends of Calligraphy — Runic Writing, Zoom Workshop, August 2020
Academy of Art University — 2002-present — Author and teach online and onsite: 1) Calligraphy/Letterform, 2) Advanced Calligraphy, and 3) Logo, Font and Lettering for Illustrators
San Francisco Center for the Book — 2014-present - Book Arts Workshops onsite and online
Former instructor at Santa Clara University, University of Reno Nevada, and Community College of San Mateo.

Avenue 25 Gallery, San Mateo – December 2019-February 2020
Featured Artist – SF Center for the Book Roadworks 2019
Art For Aids Auction – 2019 Alliance Health Project, UCSF – successful bid
Kalligraphia XV, Friends of Calligraphy Exhibition – 2018
Silicon Valley Open Studios – 2016
Kalligraphia XIV, Friends of Calligraphy Exhibition – 2015
International Calligraphy Conference Faculty Exhibit, Sonoma State University 2015
San Mateo Public Library, Retrospective Book Arts Exhibit (titling & graphic arts) – 2009
Book Design Exhibit, Green Library, Stanford University – 2007
Letterpress Titling Exhibit, Antiquarian Book Fair, San Francisco – 2007
Kalligraphia XI, Friends of Calligraphy Exhibition – 2006
Stanford University Group Exhibition – 2004
Permanent collection in the San Francisco Main Library, Rare Book Room, 6th floor
Permanent collection, Stanford University

Letter Arts Review, Bound & Lettered, and Alphabet.
The Art of Language, published by Lonely Planet 2019. Contributed 10 world alphabets, handwritten.