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Nancy Miller
Nancy Miller (American, 20th C.-) Western New York artist and instructor primarily known for her realist watercolor paintings of landscapes, winter scenes, naturalist & floral/botanical scenes, and still lifes. Nancy studied art history at SUNY Binghamton, NY, as well as at LaSalle Extension University, painting and drawing at Waligur-Doering Gallery, Chautauqua Institution, and watercolor workshops with Margaret Martin, Bill Gates, Sally Caswell, Don Getz, Christopher Schink and Gerald Brommer. She is a member of and has exhibited with the Niagara Frontier Watercolor Society (NFWS, national & regional) and the Hamburg Centennial Art Center (HCAC) Hamburg, NY where she also served on the board of directors (2006-2013). She has won awards in numerous juried regional and national exhibitions including the Allentown Art Festival, Buffalo, NY, HCAC members’ shows as well as in Hamburg and East Aurora, NY. For many years she was an instructor for her “Painting with Watercolor” workshops through the Eden High School Adult Education program as well as the HCAC, where she is also active in their plein air and portrait groups.

Artist Statement:

“In 2001 I joined the staff at Meibohm Fine Arts in East Aurora where I have learned much about designing and producing custom framing. Presentation of a piece of artwork is an important element and is in fact, an art in itself.

My love of the outdoors is the inspiration for most of my watercolor paintings. I feel connected to nature and try to impart a sense of reverence for it in my work. Although most of my paintings are realistic, I am more concerned with creating an engaging piece than about reproducing a subject photo-realistically. At times, allowing the spontaneity of the medium to take over gives exciting, unexpected results.

I feel that watercolor can produce a unique clarity, vitality and luminosity unlike any other medium. Using transparent watercolor to explore the shapes, colors and textures all around me, or in my imagination, is a wonderful lifelong challenge.”

Select Juried Exhibitions/Awards:

1999- Exhibited, Allentown Art Festival (3rd Prize, watercolor), Buffalo, NY.

1998, 2000- Exhibited, National Shows, Niagara Frontier Watercolor Society.

1996-2009- Exhibited, Regional Shows, Niagara Frontier Watercolor Society.

1999, 2000, 2001- Exhibited, Hamburg Centennial Art Center Annual Members’ Shows (Spring, Best of Show, 1999 & 2000; Fall, Honorable Mention, 2001), Hamburg, NY.

1997- Exhibited, East Aurora Art Show (2nd Prize, watercolor), East Aurora, NY. Exhibited, Colden Valley Art Festival (1st Prize Painting), Colden , NY.

Memberships/Associations: Niagara Frontier Watercolor Society (Treasurer, 1996-99), Buffalo, NY; Eden High School Adult Education, instructor of “Painting with Watercolor” (2000-2001), Eden, NY; Centennial Art Center of Hamburg, instructor of “Painting with Watercolor” (2000-2006), Fall Members’ Show Co-Chair (2000-2001), Hamburg Festival of the Arts Committee (2006-2009), treasurer (2006-2013), board of directors (2006-2013), member plein air and portrait groups, Hamburg, NY.

Publications/Press: The Waterbucket, newsletter, “Nancy Hesslink Miller”, by Sally Treanor, Editor, with cover illustration of watercolor painting “The Bounty” and Pg. 3, Niagara Frontier Watercolor Society, Buffalo, NY, Vol. 31, No. 6., March 2010.

(Source: Artist supplied biographical information;, online digitized newspaper article, Hamburg Sun (Hamburg, NY), “Centennial Art Center announces show winners”, Pg. 7, Thursday, November 15, 2001.)