Bold New Photography from Bryon Miller
Many in the visual arts community know Bryon Miller as a gallerist presenting work. These days, Miller is more interested in producing work. In July, he opens his first solo exhibition in more than ten years. In this new show, Miller exhibits a new body of work focused on the notion that we’ve inherently lost something. It could be a detachment from our identity, or just a simple feeling of loss. Maybe we’re constantly trapped in a repetitive way of living after decades of clicking television remotes and staring into glowing boxes.
“It’s about the feeling of losing one’s sense of self and tuning out our surroundings. Very simply put, I put these images together to create a feeling rather than a forced idea,” Bryon adds. “Eyes staring past the horizon looking for something to fill the void.”
Bryon Miller opens on July 7 at the Maria Neil Art Project in the Waterloo Arts District. Miller is an internationally published Editorial, Portrait, and Commercial Photographer residing in Cleveland, Ohio.
Bryon Miller: July 7 – August 13, 2017. Opening Reception: 5 – 10 pm Friday, July 7
Maria Neil Art Project
15813 Waterloo Road
Cleveland, OH 44110
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