I love mac & cheese, and I love that this vegan recipe is healthy and delicious. Thank you world, for allowing me to have a healthy version of this dish. I tested this on a best friend that loves milk. She was very surprised about how good this was. Print Vegan Mac & Cheese Author: EPICUREANVEGAN […]
My response to an image for a collaboration created by Kasey Lindley
Wedding Portrait, young married couple with cat (in progress), oil on linen, 38″x42″ References … Jacob Jordaens 1621, Man and his wife, Portrait of a young married couple. Frans Hals 1643, Paulus Verschuur
When it comes to things I miss the most, pizza is almost always #1 on any given day. See, I have a long history with this wonder food. Growing up in New Jersey offered the best pizza. Stop nodding your head, New York pizza is good because of Jersey pizza. Anyway, I don’t eat that […]
Garfield Park Conservatory www.garfield-conservatory.org This is the first of a series. Dimensions are 73 inches x 56 inches.
Garfield Park Conservatory www.garfield-conservatory.org This is the second of a series. Dimensions are 74 inches x 61 inches.
Print Quinoa Spinach Cakes Author: Daniel Recipe type: Vegan Entree Prep time: 4 hours Cook time: 10 mins Total time: 4 hours 10 mins Serves: 4 This recipe requires at least five hours prior to serving. I was able to get it on the table for dinner, but some nights we eat later than others. It is […]
Starting this entry was perplexing for a number of reasons. Should it start with commenting on all the babies being born by close friends and how that may be the motivation for this? What about the vegetable garden I started growing, or how there is no longer any rotting flesh in my refrigerator? However I […]
Lonzo | 16"x16" | Acrylic on Panel Lonzo | 16"x16" | Acrylic on Panel (closeup)
I created this video which was shown at my final SARTQ Exhibition. It was put in a loop in between two dancer sketches (scroll down). I made effects within the contained loop. All of which was projected about 16 feet wide, 12 feet high.
In September of 2011, Tim Jaeger and I created a new company. Its purpose is to provide the city of Sarasota, and the West Coast of Florida, with a valuable resource that focuses on the visual arts. Our content includes, and is not limited to; featured artists, featured galleries, upcoming events, exhibits, art functions, reviews […]
Kevin Costello reviews SARTQ: Thirteen http://bit.ly/t5iV3W. Daniel Miller, like [Joseph] Arnegger, revisits the recent past of art history to hold a mirror up to the present. But for Miller it is the recent past of video art. His “untitled” continuous video loop has the feel of the early days of this medium. The quiet, Zen […]
It came to my attention a week ago that I was running out of short term goals. The long term goals are shaping out nicely, but I have successfully accomplished those that were planned to be developed over a few months to a year time. A nice collection of painted portraits, three years of my […]
After three years, I have given my resignation to the local art collective, SARTQ. In the beginning, the original branding campaign was developed in tandem with my close friend, Tobey Albright. He and I designed and implemented a cohesive marketing strategy and identity to this cause, opening up prospects that the local community had never […]
A 70lb. dog lays on a tile floor, sleepily and content. Eggs cooking in the kitchen, the New York Times waiting in the driveway. Its 68degrees and sunny. An unfinished painting of Tobey Albrights portrait rests on an easel, an iPod plays the Suuns. Theres a slight breeze, moving the palms around a bit, causing […]
December 9, 2011– January 7, 2012 G. Wiz Science Museum – 1001 Blvd. of the Arts Opening Reception: Friday, December 9, 2011 5pm-10pm Museum hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10am-5pm, Sunday 12pm-5pm S/ART/Q, a circle of artists working to enhance the arts culture in Sarasota, will inaugurate their 2012 exhibition season with THIRTEEN, premiering at G.WIZ Science Museum […]
This is my introduction to the Process video created for the S/ART/Q Process Exhibition that was held at G.Wiz Science Museum in Sarasota, Florida. March 26 thru April 25, 2010
Tim Jaeger, with a focus on his lip. Tim's Lip | 16"x16" | Acrylic on Panel (Close-up) Tim's Lip | 16"x16" | Acrylic on Panel
I am proud to announce the launch of a new website. Healthy Start Sarasota is a non-profit organization for “the improvement of health and well-being of pregnant women, infants and young children”. I had the privilege of full redesign and development. I would like to thank Ciera Galbraith for the opportunity to work with her in completing […]
I finished Ryan’s portrait! Loving the new studio space … Ryan | 16"x16" | Acrylic on Panel
The year 2011 has been full of change. One exciting thing is a new working space I have recently acquired. A quick bike ride from where I am living, it will provide me with a place to offer a comfortable environment for sitters. Moving on to my fourth portrait painting, I am ready to start […]
SARTQ proudly premieres its first exhibition of 2011 with SARTQ Voyeur. Open to the public, this one night only exhibit will showcase work specifically created for this special event by each of the current SARTQ Artists. Design by Daniel Miller Featured Artists include: Joseph Arnegger, Brian Haverlock, Tim Jaeger, Daniel Miller, Daniel Perales, Jeff Schwartz, […]
“John on Crutches” | 16″x16″ | Acrylic on Panel Close-up of “John on Crutches”
I have begun a new set of paintings concentrating on portrait studies. The first being a portrait of Sade Love. This is my second, finished portrait painting. 16"x16" Acrylic on Panel
Ryan Nance and I present the second installment of the SARTQ Artist Series interviewing Brian Haverlock. The ‘SARTQ Artist Series’ is a way of presenting our audience with some insight into the individual artists that are involved with SARTQ. Below are a few photos I took along with the video shoot.
Ryan Nance and I have started our ‘Artist Series’ videos. The first one shown in this post has Tim Jaeger discussing some of his interests. It is a way of presenting our audience with some insight into the individual artists that are involved with SARTQ. Below are a few photos I took along with the […]
A. Charles Kovacs completed his PhD course work in art history at Harvard. His paintings are in various private collections in Europe, Canada and the U.S.
Saying goodbye to 2009 and a brief overview of the past year.
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The second phase of 14 Fingers, 14 Bulbs project for the S/aRt/Q Inaugural Exhibit.
I had the privilege of meeting with a group of the most prominent artists in Sarasota last night. I was invited to have dinner with the Sarasota Arts Council to discuss how they can assist us artists in town for further exposure and some form of unity. Most of us already knew each other from […]
Words are something I have had some interest in since I was a child. I have books filled of writing since I was about six years old. I wrote all through high school, somewhat discretely with only a few people ever reading what I had written. I use to read Allen Ginsberg and had a […]
I noticed I’m getting a lot of views from the search; ‘Daniel Miller Sarasota’ so I’m curious … am I the person you’re looking for?
Structural experimentation with found objects working with the environment.
Only 27 miles from Haines and the national historic site of Fort Seward.
How technology is shaping business and the role of the creative (part 1).
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Getting things together for our vacation and decided to create a post with the things we’re going to look into for events while we’re in the city. New York City Summer Street Fairs and Festivals July 2008 Street Fair Schedule Summer Concerts in New York City 2008 Musical Events NYC Arts Culture Guide & Calender […]
I had a friend tell me this morning that she and her hubby’s mom started their company as a General Partnership. At first I was happy that she got her idea off the ground and is moving into her new office / studio today, but I was also mortified at the fact that she was […]
Below is the design I created for Spontaneous Habit’s Demo cd promoting “Like Minded People” (shown in previous posts). You can click on the picture for a slightly higher resolution image.
There is a clear structure in starting out your legit business idea. This post is going to give you the basics of what you must have in place to get your feet off the ground. Executive Summary Market Analysis Company Description Organization & Management Marketing & Sales Management Service or Product Line Funding Request Financials […]
Internet commerce and the possibilities for us little sellers and retailers!
Sarasota based Spontaneous Habit (good friends) have produced an amazing new cd and asked for my design services. We finished it this past weekend. The cd release party will be held at ESCA downtown Sarasota on January 24 from 9:30pm – 2 am. The art was done by Erik Jones (Ringling School of Art and […]
I would like to thank Halimah for the wonderful critique and brainstorming she has invested her time into. Writing has also been exciting! It has been somewhat slow with Graphic Love Juice as I have been concentrating on other projects, procrastinating the online store but still on track for my new year deadline (So far […]
Spontaneous Habit requested that I produce a flyer for their Thursday night gig at Esca downtown Sarasota. Good friends, good music and an awesome atmosphere. I was looking to do something different and try to tap into the organic nature of their music. Time was an issue that I wish I had more of … […]
This month has been the complete opposite of August. Blogs are no place for emotional exploration (at least for myself) so I will definitely refrain from expressing myself here, but I can say that relationships with people take a lot of energy. Graphic Love Juice is going strong. The goal is to have an internet […]
Mack B Gallery has offered me space to use for my artistic endeavors! I would like to thank Tobey Albright for giving me the opportunity to get out of my room / bathroom and venture into a larger, more productive space! Much appreciated and will be utilized to its fullest capacity.
Selby Gallery Ringling College of Art and Design Gallery 1: A David Byrd Retrospective August 16 – September 19, 2007 David Byrd (Gallery One) David Byrd (left: Gallery One) / Social Issues in Graphic Design (right: Gallery Two) Gallery 2: Social Issues in Graphic Design August 16 – September 19, 2007 Richard Valicenti – www.3st.com […]
Graphic Love Juice, LLC will be printing exclusively on American Apparel clothing. The first run for women will be printed on the color ‘Asphalt’ as the men will have ‘brown’ available. More color options will be available at a later time. From American Apparel’s inception Mr Charney (owner) has put great emphasis on making his […]
August 17 from 5pm-7pm Ringling School of Art and Design will be presenting a show in which I will have work displayed. Previous blogs give more information but this post is showing the Graphic Love Juice piece. I was able to locate a mannequin thanks to Anthony Spargimino (www.designercustomrugs.com). Her name is Kimmie! She’ll be […]
www.graphiclovejuice.com is a new project that is focused around the idea of smiling with ambiguity. Its purpose is to create imagery for t-shirts and posters that reveals the hilarious truths in 21st century slang, idiom and vocabulary across a global scale. T-shirts will be available soon. If you provide the shirt and shipping, we […]
After 6.5 hours, I was able to produce 20 different conceptual variations. Shown below are the ones I like the best.
The poster may be resolved, althoug it may need a few revisions. Other than a few minor touches I feel good about it. SPARCC asked me to help with a banner (which won’t take much time), and to assist in a television and radio ad. Two thousand and six has made me very comfortable using […]
In 2002 I started a General Partnership. My partner and I had no idea what was involved with creating and managing a business. The one thing that we did know, was that we wanted to create and maintain something that would benefit the community and give the people of the area something they could take […]
It’s that time again. I’m working on new artwork for an upcoming SPARCC event. This cause is too good to say no to. All the work I do for this organization is completely pro-bono. Once in a while they choose to buy an ad for the magazine, but soon I hope to be Non-Profit so […]