Oil on canvas, commission work called Believe

The recently completed painting above is a commission piece, 24 x 12 oil on canvas, titled “Believe”.

South Wind, 36 x 48 Oil

Original oil on baltic birch called South Wind by Texas Artist Steve Miller. This original oil painting is called “South Wind”. It shows the Texas flag with the Margret Hunt-Hill Bridge and the Dallas, Texas skyline in the background. This piece is 48 x 36 on baltic birch.

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.

Norman Rockwell's painting - Christmas Homecoming, painted in 1948

The Good News of Christmas

Christmas is a favorite time of year for many people. I love it myself. Celebrations of Christmas can be seen in the many and varied trappings of this holiday. All kinds of traditions have been mixed together to create an eclectic holiday that sparks all kinds of reactions in our culture. And, all this Christmas lore can …

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Limited palette for Plein Air on Panel called Over and Under


Saturday, October the 17th was the first day of the Paint Rowlett Plein Air Event. When I headed out to participate in the paint out, my easel was still loaded with the limited palette I had used in a John Pototschnik workshop mentioned in previous post. It was a Quadratic Square, with Violet, Red Orange, Yellow and Blue …

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