Joseph A. Miller
Joseph A. Miller, the accomplished Associate Professor of Art at Buffalo State College in New York, has been imparting knowledge in drawing and painting since 1997. With a B.F.A. degree from Kutztown University in Pennsylvania (1990) and an M.F.A. degree in painting and drawing from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale (1993), Joseph’s expertise is unparalleled. Prior to joining Buffalo State College, he contributed to The Philadelphia Museum of Art, serving in various capacities within the security and art conservation departments.
“I have always been inclined to pursue art in a manner, which emphasizes drawing and a concern for naturalism. I focus primarily on the human figure depicted in environments that create a context for psychologically charged, open ended narratives. Many of these narratives explore ideas about power and vulnerability.
Images of figures or figures in landscapes, in groups or in isolation, share a common feeling of significance. Wholly absorbed within themselves or the dialogue shared between one another, they wait for the unfolding of their private story.”