Kevin Miller is an artist and business consultant/facilitator. He studied art at Manchester College and the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Ais-en-P)rovence, France. Kevin currently lives on 11 acres deep in the woods of south-central Pennsylvania where he shares a house under construction, a 150-year-old barn art gallery, an old trailerhouse painting studio, a half-acre fully stocked pond and a rushing stream with fellow artist Robert Allen, whose work can also be seen in this blog.

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3 Responses to “About”

  1. Rachael said

    Kevin this is such a great way to keep everyone posted on how you two are! Great Work 🙂

  2. David Jewel said

    Kevin, This is a wild guess. I am interested in making contact with the Kevin Miller who went to Manchester College in the 70’s. I purchased an original pen and ink drawing by Kevin Miller, around 1971, that had also been used for a college publication, through a friend, Robert Ely. I never knew the title of the work, but our family has dubbed it “Mother Earth” for the years it has been with us.

    Kevin, if you see this and these things make any sense to you, please drop me an email. If not, please excuse the weird note, and in any event,

    Peace to you and yours,

    David B. Jewel

    • kevinmillerart said

      David, it is so gratifying to meet you electronically and to know that my drawing, “Magna Mater,” has had a good home all these 38 years since I drew her. It is like finding a long lost child. I’ve had prints of the drawing which was one of 3 covers I produced in 1971 for Manchester College anthologies of readings for core courses. “Magna Mater” was the cover for readings in “Life and Death.” I will post “Magna Mater” on this blog in the future so that everyone can see what we are talking about. It is hard to believe she will be 40 years old in 2 years! And I was charmed to learn that you and your wife purchased the drawing to celebrate your first wedding anniversary all those years ago. May you enjoy many more decades of happy, healthy anniversary celebrations with “Magna Mater” smiling upon you wherever you may live.

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