Miller’s mirrors, whose surfaces often recall a painted landscape, blur the boundary between art and design. With beauty and wit, his objects are as much contemporary design as conceptual art.
Vine Mirror was part of his Jungle exhibit at Heller Gallery. The lush landscape of the Central American jungle was the theme of this exhibition. Miller describes the Jungle as ‘a series of frighteningly steep mountains covered by mist and seemingly held together by a tangled mass of vegetation. The density and sameness render it almost monochromatic until one stumbles on to an impossibly hued flower hanging from nowhere as if floating. The nineteenth century painter, Martin Johnson Heade captured this beautifully in his paintings from Brazil and Nicaragua. Jungle is an attempt to do the same in mirror and light.’
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