This body of work reflects Frank Miller's fascination with the industrial detritus of our culture.
Miller finds the unseen beauty in everything from abandoned factory sites to the minute interior
of discarded appliances. His rich palette of earth tones and carefully calibrated
surface textures mirrors the ambient patina of rust and decay that he resurrects into works of
great harmony and beauty. Miller's continued exploration of the dialogue between interior and
exterior space propels the viewer into the contemplation of the past, the present and the future.
Exploring a broad spectrum of art's history, Frank Miller speaks of his early epiphany with the
work of Rembrandt as well as his awe of the work of Richard Serra while mastering his own
voice with art that speaks to our contemporary world.