Quogue-based artist Gail Miller is showing recent watercolors and drawings at the Quogue Library Art Gallery during the first three weeks in June.
Ms. Miller, who has a MFA from Hunter College and was an instructor in visual arts at Fordham University for many years, previously exhibited her paintings executed in cloth at the library in 2010. The current exhibition consists of two bodies of newer work, related in form but executed in different mediums, to reflect the content and inspiration.
“The watercolors are inspired by my reading of ‘Moby Dick’ and have a fluid movement as if afloat at sea,” the artist said. “The drawings utilize the medium of colored pencils, which allows me to explode across the paper.”
According to Ms. Miller, “My forms are interactive, bouncing off one another, splitting apart, moving through space. These drawings and paintings are organic. The organisms give life to each other, both within one drawing and also amongst the entire body of work.”
The artist has shown in numerous venues in New York State and recently in Seoul, South Korea. Her work is in many private collections as well.
Visit www.gailmillerartist.com to see more of the artist’s work.