Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Art for Chairty 2009

“Art for Charity 4th Quarter – A Benefit for the Foundation for BCPL"

Already thinking about holiday shopping? A beautiful piece of artwork makes for not only a wonderful gift, but its purchase can also benefit a great cause – the Foundation for Baltimore County Public Library! Local artist Pamela Miller has very generously selected the Foundation for BCPL as her designated charity for the entire 4th Quarter of 2009. For the months of October, November, and December, 30% of all sales** made on www.pmillerabstractart.com (and at the artist's discretion, her other discount outlets) will go to the Foundation for BCPL.

snow, abstract, buildings, original, watercolor

After a successful career in technology, Pamela Miller became a full-time artist in 2006, and launched “Art for Charity” this year. The Foundation for BCPL is very grateful to be among the first beneficiaries of this fantastic initiative. Please consider patronizing this talented artist by visiting her website – www.pmillerabstractart.com.

For more information, please contact BCPL's Julie Dreisch at (410) 887-3282 or Miller Modern Art's Pam Miller (410)581-2658.

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Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Art Show Booth for Miller Modern Art

Here's my new booth. I didnt get the chance to finish painting the crown molding and since this show was non juried, I have a bunch of clearance items as well as the high end art but I really love the new booth. My dad designed it for me:)

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Friday, October 9, 2009

$1.1m Rene Magritte painting stolen

Armed Robbery at Museum

An artwork valued at $1.1m (£675,000) and entitled Olympia by the surrealist painter Rene Magritte has been stolen this morning during a daylight robbery at a museum in Belgium. The nude portrait was stolen from the artist's former home in Jette, a museum dedicated to Magritte's life and work.

Although entry to the museum is by appointment only, two armed men forced their way into the building and ordered staff to lie on the floor while they made off with the painting. No shots were fired. The painting depicts the painter's wife, Georgette, lying on her back with a shell on her stomach.

This info was provided by DC Art News..

Olympia-Painting Recently Stolen

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Hideaway Abstract Tropical Seascape by PMILLER

This is inspired by a trip to Cancun Mexico. At the ruins of Tulum there is a beautiful beach. My mind began to wonder while looking at it. Wouldn't it be fun if few knew of this beach and you could shed your suit then frolick all day in the waves?

To purchase this painting or see my other available works go to www.millermodernart.com

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