Paul Miller was born in Bathurst, New Brunswick in 1957. In 1980 he graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Mount Allison University, Sackville, majoring in painting and a minor in printmaking.
Paul was the recipient of a number of awards and scholarships during his artistic education years. In 1986 he was granted a Nova Scotia Talent trust award and subsequently a scholarship to study at the Banff Center for the Arts in Banff, Alberta. In 1987 he received a postgraduate scholarship from the University of Tasmania to attend the Centre for the Arts in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, where he graduated with a Master of Fine Arts Degree in 1989.
Paul has had numerous solo exhibitions in Sydney, Newcastle and Tasmania, as well as a very early show "The Newfoundland Suite" at the New Brunswick Museum curated by Robert Percival in 1980. His work has been featured in group exhibitions in public and private galleries in Australia, Poland, Romania, Egypt, England, Japan and Canada. In 2018 "Casting Light - A survey of the work of Paul S Miller" was exhibited at the Grace Cossington Smith Gallery in Abbotsleigh, Wahroonga, Australia. His work is represented in important public and private collections in Australia, Egypt, Romania and Canada. Most recently, two of his etchings were acquired by the National Gallery, in Canberra for their permanent print collection.
Paul Miller lives and creates in Frenchs Forest, Australia. Paul has been collaborating with Parkinson's NSW (New South Wales) in an effort to draw more attention to this degenerative disease. To watch a video by Paul, please click here.