William H. Miller's use of color, line, texture and shape in his contemporary abstracts often create imagery that brings the viewer into the experience to create sense of the chaos.
His art is not limited to one medium. Works are created using paint, computer generated images, photography, or a combination of them. The combination pieces William refers to as the space "in between". William has been working with computer generated images since 1980 at GE-Genigraphics, where he worked as a computer graphic artist. He is a currently a member of the GE-Genigraphics Art Society. www.ge-genigraphics.org ;
By combining and layering various mediums & techiques, he brings about a sense of discovery and experimentation which the viewer is an active participant in that discovery. William enjoys what the viewer will bring out or see in a piece whether that was intentional or not.
Artists that have influenced William include: Andy Warhol, Georgia O'Keefe, David Hockney, Louise Nevelson, John Singer Sargent, Jackson Pollack, Jasper Johns, Keith Haring, Lorrie Maurino, Jim Frederick and his mom - Dorothy Miller.
William works and displays his art in his painting studio located at Winter Street Studios, Studio 17b (on the second floor), 2101 Winter Street, Houston, Tx 77007 and his home digital studio. William is able to use technology to work where ever he is by using his camera, iphone, ipad and laptops to be supportive creative tools when he is not in either of his studios working.
His work can be found in numerous private collections.