Jacqueline Faye Miller is a Saskatchewan-born artist (1961, Humboldt), predominantly self-taught. Completing her studies at the University of Saskatchewan in art and design (USCAD program) in 2010, Jacqueline is prolific and versatile with a preference for acrylics on canvas.
Jacqueline has had numerous group and solo exhibitions in the private and commercial sector over many years. Her work is represented in private, public and corporate collections throughout Canada.
I have become experimental in the images I seek. No matter what the subject matter is, it is interpreted with confident strokes of the brush. The hidden pops of color make the paintings come alive in whimsical formation. The layering of color provides the intensity to the setting.
I usually focus on the beauty of the Canadian prairies, but I also enjoy the landscapes of the Maritimes and West Coast just as much. I strive to interprete the interaction between urban and rural surroundings with vibrant paintings in acrylic.
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