Ruth Miller will be having an exhibition of her work at the Lohin Geduld Gallery in New York from October 12th- November 12th,2011. The Artist's reception is this Thursday October 13th from 5PM-7PM.
Ruth Miller lives and works in Litchfield County, Connecticut.She is a member of the National Academy of Design and the still life association "Zeuxis".
American Artist Magazine featured Ruth in an article on the Zeuxis group, by Michael Gormley (February 2011). The Zeuxis association, founded by Phyllis Floyd in 1994, takes its name from the legendary Greek tale of a painting competition between Zeuxis and Parrhasius.
Ruth Millers works can be found in the public collections of the Delaware Art Museum,University of Delaware,Corcoran Gallery,Bryn Mawr College,National Academy of Design, Hood Museum, Dartmouth College,Eleanor D. Wilson Museum, Hollins University.
She has also been the recipient of a number of important awards and grants such as;
The Oscar Williams and Gene Derwood Award, The New York Community Trust, 2003
Henry Ward Ranger Purchase Award, National Academy’s 175th Annual Exhibition, 2000,
Benjamin Altman Landscape Prize,
Emil and Dines Carlsen Still Life Award,
Ingram Merrill Foundation Grant, 1995, 81,
Academician, National Academy of Design, 1994,
Associate, National Academy of Design, 1994,
Hirshberg Company Award, Maryland Regional Exhibition, Baltimore Museum of Art, 1961.
Ruth Miller is currently represented by the Lohin Geduld Gallery in New York.
For more information on Ruth Miller and Zeuxis click on the links below.
American Artist Article by Michael Gormley February 2011.
The Story of Zeuxis and Parrhasius
Ruth Miller Drawings:A Retrospective
John b. Hurford’60 Humanties Center, Haverford College
Brooklyn Rail Article by Deborah Everettehttp://www.brooklynrail.org/2002/03/artseen/ruth-miller
Lohin Geduld Gallery