about Tim Miller

Tim Miller is a masterful painter and draughtsman. His understanding of light and the influences of light on colour is quite remarkable, and to my mind, place him alongside only a handful of artists who have interpreted the Australian landscape in a unique and convincing way”. (N.Leavey, Salisbury Atelier)

 

Tim’s work is represented in many public and private collections including The National Museum of Australia and Parliament House, Canberra.

Tim conducts occasional painting and drawing workshops at his Rockley Studio and is a guest lecturer at Australia’s oldest and most prestigious Art School, the Julian Ashton Art School, George St, Sydney.

Rockley Studio is open every Sunday 10am-4pm and at other times by appointment.

www.rockleystudio.com.au

tmiller@rockleystudio.com.au

02 63379276

Atelier d’AIRY CReATivE is privelliged to have Tim as our Master Tutor, anchoring the next movement in the arts community of the Bathurst Region. Tim’s quiet enthusiasm for drawing is contagious. His broad connections and well earned respect in the national art community place Atelier d’AIRY CReATivE among the great art schools of the country.

 

 

TIM MILLER (curriculum vitae)

 

Selected Group Exhibitions

2014                    Journeys West, Orange Regional Gallery

2011                     Redcliffe Regional Gallery Queensland

2010                    Pathways & Perceptions: Macquarie 1810-2010.

Fountain Court Gallery. Parliament House Sydney

2004                    A Tale, Sculpture Garden and Gallery on Central, Naremburn.

2002                    Caves, Hidden Visions, Bathurst Regional Gallery, Bathurst.

2001                     Decade, Bathurst Regional Gallery, Bathurst.

2000                    Earth Forms, Life Forms, Orange Regional Gallery, Orange.

1994                     Making Visible, Bathurst Regional Gallery, Bathurst.

 

Solo Exhibitions

2015                    High Places Orange Regional Gallery

2010                    365 Sundowns

2009                    Darlinghurst Sydney

1996-2008       Continuous solo exhibitions at Rockley Studio, Rockley.

2006                     Celebrating 25 Years at Rockley, Rockley Studio, Rockley.

2003                     Light is my Consolation, Stop Laughing this is Serious Gallery.

1992                       University of Western Sydney, Milperra.

1988                       Marsden Galleries, Bathurst

 

Permanent Exhibitions

2011-present      Landmarks National Museum of Australia

 

Related Art Practice

Rockley Studio    1981-1995 Designed and built mud brick studio gallery

 

Teaching

2009-2012

Festival of the Seas, Sky and Shoreline, Julian Ashton Art School Sydney Life Drawing and Pastel Painting workshops at Rockley Studio Salisbury Atelier, Brisbane.

2005

Grafton Artsfest Drawing and Painting in Pastel

1998-2002

Lecturer, Painting and Drawing, Charles Sturt University, Bathurst

Refresher course for High School Art teachers, Charles Sturt University

2000

Drawing and Painting in Pastels, McGregor School, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba. 1994-98 Drawing, Painting and Colour Theory, Western Institute of TAFE, Orange

 

Published/Reproduced (selected)

2010

Daily telegraph London Daily telegraph Sydney Look Art Gallery NSW Art Almanac Australian Art Review East News Europe Spectrum Sydney morning Herald Western Advocate

2007-2008

Discover Magazine

2000-2006

Where for Art – A Guide to Art and Artists Bathurst Arts Council (reproduction)

2003-2008

www.oberon.nsw.gov.au

2005-2008

www.rockleystudio.com.au

2003

Spectrum, Sydney Morning Herald Colour, Seeing and Painting,ANU Colour Society of Australia Look magazine, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney Art Almanac

1986

“Newtown Mural” Art Bulletin

 

Collections

Public and private collections in Australia including National Museum of Australia Parliament House Canberra And other countries United Kingdom, China, Japan, U.S.A. Canada, New Zealand, Zimbabwe

 

Represented

Rockley Studio & Gallery, Rockley N.S.W.

 

Current project

Small paintings everyday, run occasional life drawing days open gallery on some Sundays.