Links

Scroll down for links to people whose art, music and writings are mentioned on this website. Also included are people whose technical expertise made this website possible.

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IN A WESTERN MIRROR

18 Paintings on the life and art of Roger Shimomura

For information about the art of Roger Shimomura

go to the following link.

SULLIVAN AND THE SHOOTER

A play by Robert N. Pollock

A PERFORMANCE THAT HURTS

A music and video performance with Chris Vine

STACK PIECE and HOVER PIECE

Aircraft as kinetic sculpture

For information about

Prior Aviation Services Inc.

go to the following link.

LETTERS FROM THE HOTEL AROMA

Paintings inspired by the letters and journal of Robert Pollock

DRAWINGS

PAINTINGS  1980 - 1981

Installation photos on this website were taken

at the Louis K. Meisel Gallery, New York.

For information about the Meisel Gallery go to the following link.

55 MERCER STREET

Women’s art and early curatorial projects

For information on 55 Mercer Street Gallery

click the link below the left photo.

For information on the Raccoon Lodge

click the link below the right photo.

THE SPANISH MIRROR

Story page

Willow Billiards Club, which was

home away from home for many years, closed its doors in 2012.

TECHNICAL

PHOTOGRAPHY

Many of the artworks shown on this website were originally photographed as 35mm color transparencies under controlled studio lighting and processed by DUGGAL color labs in New York, using techniques practiced by the photographer D. James Dee.

DIGITAL IMAGERY

Color transparencies of artworks and other

photos on this website were scanned to 

digital format by New England Reprographics.

For information about

New England Reprographics

go to the following link.

WEBSITE DESIGN

For information about Dennis Daudelin and Webrigger go to the following link.

Helene and Fred Seeman

HELENE SEEMAN

As director of the art collection for the Prudential Corporation Helene Seeman was a strong supporter of my work. She was also a close friend.

A memorial fund has been established in her name at the Brooklyn Museum of Art for the purpose of mounting an annual exhibition of significant work by women artists.

For information about the Helene Seeman Memorial Fund

go to the following link.

©

Copyright

Text, paintings and photos copyright 2012 Wayne Miller/Artists Rights Society (ARS) New York

“American Portrait” #1, copyright Roger Shimomura, used by permission of Roger Shimomura.

Performance and studio photos copyright Chris Vine, used by permission of Chris Vine.

Raccoon Lodge photograph copyright Wayne Miller, used by permission of the Raccoon Lodge.

Willow Billiards photograph copyright Wayne Miller, used by permission of the Willow Billiards Club.

Photo of Helene and Fred Seeman by Gerrard Murrell used by permission of Fred Seeman.

Business logo copyright New England Reprographics, used by permission of  NE Reprographics.

Webrigger logo and photograph copyright Dennis Daudelin, used by permission of Dennis Daudelin.

Computer and website designer Dennis Daudelin was instrumental in the development of this website.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

This website focusses specific attention on paintings done between 1980 and the present. Except for a few examples of early work, other art such as studies for paintings or small paintings which are not part of a series has been omitted. That work has been exhibited by two art dealers; Elizabeth Ferrer, founder and director of Pictogram Gallery in New York’s East Village, and Marleen DeBleser, a private dealer currently working for the municipality of Londerzeel, Belgium.

Elizabeth Ferrer is Director of Contemporary Art at BRIC Arts/Media, Brooklyn, New York.

For information about Elizabeth Ferrer click the following link. 

For information about the writing of Robert Pollock

go to the following address.

KEN NADLE

Photo of Ken Nadle and Magoos portraits copyright Ken Nadle, used by permission of Ken Nadle.

“Sullivan and the Shooter” photograph copyright Robert N. Pollock, used by permission of Robert Pollock.

MAX BLAGG

A planned addition to this website will feature work by the photographer Ken Nadle.

For information about the photography of Ken Nadle go to the following link.

A planned addition to this website will feature the poetry of Max Blagg. For information on the writing of Max Blagg go to the following link.

Photo of Max Blagg copyright Wayne Miller.

“Pink Instrument”, Poems by Max Blagg, photographs by Ralph Gibson, copyright Max Blagg, used by permission of Max Blagg.

For a comprehensive look at the music and performance work of Chris Vine search the Web for the following:

Chris Vine + HeatPoets 

Chris Vine + Ethernet Orchestra

Chris Vine + Verve Companhia de Danca

Chris Vine + Blurt + Youtube

Each site will have soundtrack or video options.

For more information about paintings

by Wayne Miller contact:                       

MILLER WHITE FINE ARTS

708 Route 134, So. Dennis, MA 02660

508-385-6932

ADDITIONAL LINKS

Susan Danton, Director