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Jody L. Miller's Equine Fine Art Photography, local artist featured at Hold Your Horses Exhibit and
The Phippen Museum presents their 8th annual Hold Your Horses! Invitational Exhibition and Sale. The opening reception and preview sale will be held Friday, August 2nd, 2019 at 5:30pm. The show runs August 3rd through September 22, 2019
The opening reception and preview sale is free to museum members, guest entry is $12. Come join us for this special opportunity to view and purchase outstanding equine artwork. Catered by El Gato Azul.
About the Artist:
Starting at Grayleaf Galleria, owner Katherine Koenig found in Miller's work a perfect complement to the gallery's southwestern aesthetic. "I chose to bring Jody's work into Grayleaf Galleria because of her unique eye and soul-stirring Western and Equine photography,"
Jody went on to offer her work at Art's Prescott Cooperative gallery from 2009-2018. During those years Jody gained more of a following and built more collectors of her equine art.
Now Jody is celebrating one year of showing her work through Van Gogh's Ear Gallery on Whiskey Row in Prescott.
Her images have been published in Natural Horse, Horse and Rider, Western Horseman, The Horse Connection, Back in the Saddle, and Today's Horse.
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 local Prescott, Arizona community with ongoing donations of services and artwork to Horses with Heart, the The Highland Center, Big Brother's, Big Sisters, Habitat for Humanity, and Future for KIDS.
Miller's work covers the traditional ground we know as Western art, but always central in her viewfinder are horses, and the humans who love and work with them. And it's her ability to capture an intensity of mood that sets Miller's vision apart.
Miller's pictures on view at her website display the breadth of her artistry. She evokes the emotion of the equine life through its details, and also through the landscapes where it's lived: dryland meadows at sunrise, distant mountains, hooves splashing water from a rocky creekbed, backlit clouds of glowing dust.
See more of Jody Miller's work at http://jodylmiller.com/
Jody L. Miller Equine Fine Art Photography
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