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This painting is an oil on canvas, 30 x 24. Shows the Texas and Pacific Railroad Station just to the south of downtown Fort Worth, Texas.

This painting is an oil on canvas, 30 x 24. Shows the Texas and Pacific Railroad Station just to the south of downtown Fort Worth, Texas.


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Steve Miller StudiosWelcome to Steve Miller Studios. This site is in the process of being moved over from www.JourneyInOils.com. I work mostly in Oils and Pastels, and you will find both Studio and Plein Air work here. I also work on commission to produce pet portraits, house portraits or your favorite place. Contact me to ask about pricing and the process.

The subject matter in this body of work consist of places I have visited, from Texas to Georgia to Maine. Landscape, Architecture, People or Animals…the scope of the work is wide. If you have any questions, please contact me.

Works are avaiblabe at Adobe Western Art Gallery in the Historic Fort Worth Stockyards and the Weiler House Fine Art Gallery in Handley (817-457-3343)

I use quality materials, such as Winsor Newton Artists’ Oil Colour on canvas and panels. Most of the pastel works are created on Ampersand Pastelbord, using quality pastels like Sennelier Soft Pastels, Schmincke Soft Pastels, Rembrandt Soft Pastels, Prismacolor NuPastels and Cretacolor.

Limited edition Giclee prints on canvas, reproduced by Coupralux Giclee Printmaking Studio of Dallas are available here.

12 x 9 oil on panel of the Historic Rogers Hotel

Paint Historic Waxahachie – 2014

The last part of May and the first week of June of this year was the 9th Annual Paint Historic Waxahachie (Texas). I believe I have painted in all but 2 of the annual events, and I always enjoy the challenge. Waxahachie is a beautiful town packed full of history and old architecture. I love both. …

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8 x 10 Oil on panel, painted on location at the Fort Worth Nature Center, titled Texas Spring by Texas Artist Steve Miller

Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge

Spring in north Texas is the payoff for enduring the 110 degree summer. Most of the time the weather in spring, in Texas is intoxicating. Three things I find myself chasing when the weather warms and the world turns green: Canoeing, sometimes fishing and going out into the great outdoors to paint; aka Plein Air. …

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