Tom Miller/Bio

MFA University of Arizona

BFA Columbus College of Art and Design

Tom Miller’s practice includes both sculpture and painting. His recent artwork explores the inherent properties of fences and walls, calling up political associations of barriers, division, separation, security and their veracity. Miller’s artwork has been exhibited widely including: MOCA-Tucson, Lannan Foundation, Museum of Capitalism-Oakland, and Tamarind Institute. In 2017 Miller was one of three featured artists in “66 Mile Radius”, a documentary about Tamarind Institute’s collaborative printmaking studio. James Kelly Contemporary Art and Zane Bennett Contemporary Art in Santa Fe have represented his work. Tom Miller taught sculpture at the Santa Fe University of Art and Design from 2009 until 2018 and is a visiting member faculty at the New Mexico School for the Arts. In 2013, he was named Inaugural Honored Art Educator by Site Santa Fe.


Bio | 2011 | Bio/ CV