Shop for artwork based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
In the Forest, Fillius Ridge by Dan Miller
Winter Storm Caleb by Dan Miller
Dark Season by Dan Miller
Deep Snow, Bergen Park by Dan Miller
In the Forest, Bear Creek by Dan Miller
Berthoud Pass, Keizer Version by Dan Miller
Deep Snow by Dan Miller
Winter Storm Aubrey by Dan Miller
Riverbend Ponds by Dan Miller
Season of Change by Dan Miller
Short Summer by Dan Miller
Autumn Excursion by Dan Miller
Celestial Dispersion by Dan Miller
Bear Creek by Dan Miller
Courthouse Rock Summit by Dan Miller
Chasm of Chaos by Dan Miller
Meadow View Trail by Dan Miller
Washington Monument by Dan Miller
River Landscape by Dan Miller
Bergen Meadow by Dan Miller
Meadowgold by Dan Miller
Calm After the Storm by Dan Miller
Solemn Summer by Dan Miller
Skydance by Dan Miller
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About Miller Fine Art
Miller Fine Art is an online gallery featuring the creative work of three different artists from the same family. Begun in the sandhills of western Nebraska, they drifted apart after taking different pathways. Presently, trails have converged in a unique collaboration of art and ideas. A diverse collection of original artwork by Bern, Dan and Dustin Miller is now available for purchase in a wide variety of prints.
Bern is a horseman and historian blessed with an unending flow of creativity. A western artist settled in Bridgeport Nebraska, his historically-themed renderings are elegant reminders of our fascinating past.
Dan is a searcher for truth and beauty with a love for nature. A colored pencil artist located in Evergreen Colorado, he documents his impressions of the local landscape through art, photography and writing.
Dustin is a versatile craftsman with an eye for detail. An art teacher based in Neosho Missouri, his paintings are heartfelt expressions of his compassion for all creatures, great and small.