The recent London To Brighton exhibition has just concluded, and as a sequel, I thought I would highlight some of the Brighton seaside-inspired works that we have here at the gallery, in an effort to maybe beg the sun to stay with us a little longer, and celebrate the lovely summer we have had this year.
Kellie Miller Art Awards returned this month. Now in its fourth consecutive year, I aim to shine the spotlight on students from local schools and universities and to inspire them to follow a creative path throughout their lives,
It is just over a week now since the exhibition closed and I am missing the buzz of the visitors to my house.
I have always had a fascination with texture, sculpture, ceramics and works in three dimensions. I trained in all aspects of the arts, specialising in ceramics for a number of years and, in particular, porcelain, producing vessels and wall installations.
The cabin is an important feature of the exhibition and it's taken from January to May to complete its transformation. We first repaired the roof and then cleared everything we had stored in it. Next, we insulated and lined the walls and installed lighting, before painting inside and out.
The exhibition is up, and I can finally catch my breath and stop to relax and congratulate ourselves on how much we have achieved.
We have been planning the outdoor space for some months now in order for it to be presentable for the open house. It hasn’t been a matter of gardening, more like land clearing…
It took us more than six years to find Bluebell Cottage; it was a long journey with many false starts
Kellie introduces the Out of the Dark Exhibition
Kellie Miller Arts received a ‘Highly Commended’ award in the ‘Best Small Shops UK’ final at the House of Commons on 13th November at a parliamentary reception.