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Equine Photographer Jody Miller to Be Featured in the Prescott Valley Public Arts Display
The Prescott Valley Public Art Display program offers local artists an opportunity to display their artwork for a 60 day period. Jury submissions are ongoing and more information can be found on the town of Prescott Valley’s website. Currently, local western lifestyle photographer, Jody Miller will be a featured artist through July 1st 2015.
“Monsoon Rain” and “Dust Storm,” are just two of Miller’s 10 pieces currently on display on the first and second floor of the Prescott Valley Public Library. The Library is located at 7401 E. Civic Circle. Prescott Valley, AZ 86314.
Miller has won awards from the Prescott Fine Arts Association and the Phippen Museum, where her work appeared in the Emerging Photographic Talent of the West exhibit. Jody supports the community with ongoing donations of services and artwork to Horses with H.E.A.R.T., the Soroptimists, Habitat for Humanity, Future for KIDS and the Yavapai Humane Society.
Before becoming an Arizonan, Jody's love of horses led her to spend a number of years on a working horse ranch in the California desert. She says, "I have loved horses ever since I was a teenager. They are majestic, powerful, glorious animals that love to perform and show off their beauty. I enjoy the challenge of capturing that special connection people have with their animals."
Like so many Arizona photographers, Jody came here to leave the rat race behind, to encounter the visual thrill of long views, and to capture her subject in the incomparable desert light. Jody keeps her portfolio fresh by going on ranch tours and workshops at least once a year in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Oregon and California where she can take photographs of horses and ranch life. Alongside her day job, she set herself up as a commercial portraitist and art photographer, doing business as MillersReflections. Her images have been published in Horse and Rider, Western Horseman, The Horse Connection, the 2004 Ruger Sportswear Catalog, and Today's Horse.
More of Jody’s work including small prints, books and cards can be found permanently at Arts Prescott Gallery. This local cooperative, located at 134 S. Montezuma Street on historic Whiskey Row in downtown Prescott, Arizona, hosts 24 artists, with Jody Miller as the one professional Western Photographer. Jody is also available for commission work throughout Arizona.
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