Artist David Miller to Appear at Art for Wildlife Galleries on October 6-8

“Moon over Coronado” by David Miller

After a lifetime of painting, internationally recognized marine and environmental artist, David Miller, will appear at Art for Wildlife Galleries at the Coronado Ferry Landing, over the weekend of October 6-8, Friday (5-7pm), Saturday (11:30-5pm) and Sunday (12-5pm). There is no cost for this event.  

“Sea Goddess” by David Miller

See gallery website for details: www.artforwildlife.com.

The Artist will be painting on site, and special incentives will be offered during the appearance.

David Miller has been nationally published for almost 35 years, and has been one of Art for Wildlife Galleries main artists from the opening of the gallery in 1994. Since that time, Mr. Miller has created an incredibly broad body of work. Currently shown in galleries in the US including Hawaii, California, Nevada, Florida, in addition to Japan and Australia, he still works daily at his art.

From his “above and below” interpretations of the ocean environment, to his Windows to Paradise series, to his rainforests, reefs, tropical beach seascapes, and now his newest piece, the mermaid “Sea Goddess,” his talent and artistic vision is undeniable. You can view his website and complete catalogue at www.mauiarts.com. Clearly, the reverence he feels for the natural world, above and below the surface of the ocean, is obvious and truthful!

Don’t miss this fantastic event, October 6-8.  Get the details here for this free event.

“Paradise” by David Miller
See Gallery website for details: www.artforwildlife.com.

 

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