Description Mural Along the High Line Park in Chelsea is the thrid in the New York series of digital photographic art prints that are for sale. Chelsea is part of the West Side of Manhattan, which only a few years ago was run down and decrepit. But now the area is teeming with new residents that live in rehabbed 19th century buildings, and the crown jewel of the area is the High Line Park, which is built atop an old rail tressle. It runs for several miles and is a fantastic place to sit and enjoy the urban garden setting, the art installed on the sides of buildings or on the walkway, or to walk from one end to the other while enjoying views of one of the most famous cities in the world. This mural covers the entire side of a 19th century industrial building which is now residential. For me, the graphic is a bold, expressive black and white mural on a very large scale. The man could be feeling or expressing any number of things. If you would like to purchase the print, just click on the 'Add to Cart' button.
Gill Miller, Los Angeles Member Since November 2012 Artist Statement When Gill Miller thinks about his next painting, or about art in general, he is reminded of the artistic spirits and influences of Pollock, Rothko or Franz Kline. These artists have had a profound influence on him. “Pollock showed me how to trust my instincts and go with my gut feelings about art. I learned not to be afraid of the process, of the evolution of my craft.” And now, several years after his first art show in Bergamot Station in Santa Monica, CA, the evolution and the journey continues. Numerous art shows in Los Angeles and San Francisco, participation in an international art exhibition at the National Gallery in Naples, Italy in late summer 2014 and then moving to Los Angeles in 2015, his art as the pivotal point for an AFI short film titled, PASTE, and the inclusion in the May 2013 issue of Architectural Digest are some of the highlights of Gill’s career so far. Starting with working on canvas with spray acrylic, which is Gill’s primary medium, he has branched out to creating digital collages, creating new compositions from his canvas art. These are available as giclee prints. This has also helped his canvas work evolve in a way that it might not have without the digital perspective. This is a different era than when Pollock was alive and working. The struggle may be different. However, the beauty and the passion still has to come through.