Adrienne Miller creates works on paper that explore the way we view the environments around us, both the natural landscape and our constructed spaces as well. Since graduating with her BFA from Murray State University in 2007, Adrienne has worked as the Studio Manager and Gallery Coordinator for Vanderbilt University's Department of Art, served an exhibitions assistant for the Northern Illinois University Art Museum, as a freelance preparator, as a staff intern at Spudnik Press, as the printmaking curator for the 2014 Chicago Printer’s Ball and as a workshop assistant for the 2014 Frogman's Print and Paper Workshop . Adrienne graduated with her MFA in Printmaking from Northern Illinois University in 2015. She teaches drawing and printmaking classes and is currently the Exhibitions and Project Coordinator at the Speed Art Museum in Louisville, KY. Her studio work has been exhibited in group and solo exhibitions across the U.S. and abroad.
"Within the tradition of landscape art, the term picturesque refers to a view where the human presence is apparent. We are often presented with a view or vista for our consideration. When viewing a landscape we are allowed to be objective, but when viewing ourselves, does that perspective change? I am using this thematic history to create works on paper that communicate an exploration of human psyche through a constructed space. For me lately, the landscape I embody on a daily basis is the idea of the indoor environment, a man-made and much more intimate space.”