Kathy Miller is a realistic watercolor artist whose paintings embody her love for the world around her. Her paintings are incredibly vivid, but she goes about creating them in an abstract wayâ€” â€œas an overall design created by connecting shapes and values.â€ An interesting thing about Kathy is that she usually paints by turning the paper upside down so she can concentrate on each individual shape that interconnect to make up the whole subject.
Kathyâ€™s paintings are designed to have both literal and figurative meanings that convey the strength and harmony of nature and everyday objects around us all.
She took her first watercolor class in 2006, and since then has been impassioned by her art. For her it is the perfect medium. Its fluid nature and unexpected movement symbolize the flow of lifeâ€”and mixed with pigment and light the water color becomes something beautiful and reminiscent of the natural world around us.