“Landscape Under Your Feet,” Linoleum Mosaics by Bill Miller
San Angel Folk Art
February 4, 2016 5:00 pm - February 4, 2016 7:00 pm
Discarded linoleum and vinyl flooring is reclaimed as a medium for the artwork of Bill Miller.
Creating an effect that lies somewhere between collage and stained glass, Miller’s interesting use of the linoleum’s pattern and color is his signature style.
Miller’s work has been recognized for rendering narrative moods and a sense of common memory. His unexpected use of patterns taps into the medium’s nostalgic familiarity striving to impart a sense of history and story within each piece.
Miller has exhibited his work in exhibitions across the United States over the past 15 years. Initially showing paintings in oil and acrylic, Miller began working with recycled materials as a founding member of Pittsburgh’s Industrial Arts Co-op, constructing large-scale sculptures made of scrap materials in abandoned industrial sites.
Opening Reception February 4th 5-7pm
February 4 – March 31, 2016
In 28 years, Hank Lee of San Angel Folk Art has assembled one of the most comprehensive and provocative collections of folk, outsider, and visionary art, featuring artists from the Americas, Africa,, and Europe. Works from San Angel have been purchased by museums and collectors worldwide. For more information about San Angel, go to www.sanangelfolkart.com.