John Miller exhibited with Spruce Peak Arts in Altered Spaces, 2019. During this time of quarantine, Miller’s work in the studio has been a time of retrospection and gathering older series of images for future book projects. He has been producing many contact sheets – imagery for which was produced over the past 25 years.
Working the past winter/spring, particularly during Covid quarantine, I have been reassessing photography done since the late 1960s with plan to produce a number of exhibits as part of a larger retrospective based around a number of themes, yet also working styles from straight documentary work, portrait series, experimental work of combines/collage/montage both in gelatin silver and digital. Also spanning black and white as well as color work.
Black and white primarily are examples of photographing people in their environment and one from winter while teaching the winter spring semester in Denver, Colorado.
Color examples are of both abandoned homes in the western prairie and new tract development along the front range mountains in Colorado.