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Melvin Orville Miller, Edit Profile

artist

Melvin Orville Miller,, American artist. John F. and Anna Lee Stacey scholar, 1965. With United States Air Force Reserve, 1959-1965. Member American Society Marine Art (charter), Charcoal Club (Baltimore), Oil Painters American (associate).

Background

Miller,, Melvin Orville was born on May 16, 1937 in Baltimore. Son of Melvin and Edith Amelia (Schmier) Miller.

Education

Diploma, Maryland. Institute Art, 1959;Bachelor of Fine Arts (honorary), Maryland. Institute College Art, 1996.

Career

Member Six Realists Gallery of Baltimore, 1962-1963. Participant Art in Embassies Program, Freetown, Sierra Leone, 1986-1988.

Works

  • Other Work

    • One man shows include I.F.A. Galleries, Washington, 1970, Center Club, Baltimore, 1980, 92, Nassau Gallery, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, 2000. Exhibited in numerous group shows Washington, Baltimore, Ohio, Massachusetts, Virginia, New York City, Connecticut, Rhode Island, California, Florida, New Jersey, Washington. Exhibited in shows at Karachi, Pakistan, 1970s, Port-Au-Prince, Haiti, 1970s.

      Invitational exhibits include Midwest Museum American Art, Elkhart, Indiana, 1997, Butler Institute American Art, Youngstown, Ohio, 1998. Invitational exhibits include Evergreen House, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 1998, Washington County Museum Fine Arts, Hagerstown, Maryland, 1998, Nassau Gallery, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, 2000. Represented in numerous private collections in England, Germany, Greece, Brazil, other foreign countries.

Membership

With United States Air Force Reserve, 1959-1965. Member American Society Marine Art (charter), Charcoal Club (Baltimore), Oil Painters American (associate).

Connections

father:
Melvin Miller,

mother:
Edith Amelia (Schmier) Miller,