December 12, 2019

Horses and Wildlife of the West painted in a bold and expressionistic style

Tracy Miller was obsessed from a young age with art, horses--and the wide open spaces of the West. She earned her Bachelors degree in Art from Metropolitan State College in Denver, Colorado. Tracy loves to drive the back roads of Colorado and National Parks of the West to seek inspiration for her works. She resides in Colorado Springs, Colorado where she lives with an awe-inspiring view of Pikes Peak, and in an urban interface with wild animals to observe. She is married to Roger Miller and has two children, Sean and Nicole. "My Contemporary Western Expressionist paintings are based on my love of the West. My Dad exposed me to the great outdoors, instilling a love of the land and wide open skies. My Mom influenced my love of art and culture."

Horses and Wildlife of the West painted in a bold and expressionistic style

Tracy Miller was obsessed from a young age with art, horses–and the wide open spaces of the West. She earned her Bachelors degree in Art from Metropolitan State College in Denver, Colorado.Tracy loves to drive the back roads of Colorado and National Parks of the West to seek inspiration for her works. She resides in Colorado Springs, Colorado where she lives with an awe-inspiring view of Pikes Peak, and in an urban interface with wild animals to observe. She is married to Roger Miller and has two children, Sean and Nicole.Tracy Miller was obsessed from a young age with art, horses--and the wide open spaces of the West. She earned her Bachelors degree in Art from Metropolitan State College in Denver, Colorado. Tracy loves to drive the back roads of Colorado and National Parks of the West to seek inspiration for her works. She resides in Colorado Springs, Colorado where she lives with an awe-inspiring view of Pikes Peak, and in an urban interface with wild animals to observe. She is married to Roger Miller and has two children, Sean and Nicole.  "My Contemporary Western Expressionist paintings are based on my love of the West. My Dad exposed me to the great outdoors, instilling a love of the land and wide open skies. My Mom influenced my love of art and culture."

“My Contemporary Western Expressionist paintings are based on my love of the West. My Dad exposed me to the great outdoors, instilling a love of the land and wide open skies. My Mom influenced my love of art and culture.”

I grew up riding horses, and animals in nature are my passion. My paintings are done in bold brushstrokes and highly charged colors. My work starts as pure abstract expressionism, integrating emotion and movement through color and shape. The animal reveals itself to me in the process of applying paint. I then refine the details that make the animal immediately recognizable, capturing it’s essence and spirit.

Tracy Miller Gallery 

16 Ruxton Avenue, Manitou Springs, Co. 80829     719-650-0827

Hours: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 11am to 5pm,  Friday and Saturday 11am to 6pm, Sunday 1pm to 4pm and by appointment! Closed Wedensdays.Tracy Miller was obsessed from a young age with art, horses--and the wide open spaces of the West. She earned her Bachelors degree in Art from Metropolitan State College in Denver, Colorado. Tracy loves to drive the back roads of Colorado and National Parks of the West to seek inspiration for her works. She resides in Colorado Springs, Colorado where she lives with an awe-inspiring view of Pikes Peak, and in an urban interface with wild animals to observe. She is married to Roger Miller and has two children, Sean and Nicole.  "My Contemporary Western Expressionist paintings are based on my love of the West. My Dad exposed me to the great outdoors, instilling a love of the land and wide open skies. My Mom influenced my love of art and culture."

The Tracy Miller Gallery represents award winning local, regional and nationally established emerging and mid-career artists, including; Sonja Caywood, Bill Colt, Tim Deibler, William Ersland,  Coni Grant, Peggy Judy, Buffalo Kaplinski, Deb Komitor, Audrie Mergelman, Tracy Miller, Timothy Nimmo, Laura Reilly, Cassandra Sharon and Sarah Webber.

Welcome to my gallery blog and website! Here you will see the latest goings on at my gallery and learn about the artists I represent. I call the art in my gallery “Art of the New West”  The way I see it, this is defined as contemporary works being created by current artists, who paint and  sculpt landscapes, animals and cowboy/western themes with a new and modern outlook, whether that is by bold use of color, brushstroke , theme or execution. Check out the pages for each featured artist and watch for postings on all the latest news and the Events page for upcoming shows! And please call me at the gallery for the most available paintings by each of the artists.Tracy Miller was obsessed from a young age with art, horses--and the wide open spaces of the West. She earned her Bachelors degree in Art from Metropolitan State College in Denver, Colorado. Tracy loves to drive the back roads of Colorado and National Parks of the West to seek inspiration for her works. She resides in Colorado Springs, Colorado where she lives with an awe-inspiring view of Pikes Peak, and in an urban interface with wild animals to observe. She is married to Roger Miller and has two children, Sean and Nicole. "My Contemporary Western Expressionist paintings are based on my love of the West. My Dad exposed me to the great outdoors, instilling a love of the land and wide open skies. My Mom influenced my love of art and culture."

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