Canadian Landscape Artist

About Katherine Muir Miller

Katherine Muir Miller is a full-time artist with a gallery located in the beautiful heritage town of Perth, Ontario and a studio at her home in Ottawa, Ontario. Katherine was born and raised in Montreal, Quebec. Katherine’s fascination with colour is a driving force in her paintings. Her connection with nature and extraordinary sense of vibrant colour in her beloved Canadian landscapes, are reflected in her bold, colourful, playful interpretations on canvas.

Katherine’s pieces capture memories of cross-Canada travel. Vintage elegance can be seen in her impressionistic realism pieces of recognizable landscapes. Katherine wants the viewer to feel movement, mood and simplicity in her work.

“It’s all about the story behind the painting, that’s what inspires me”.

Capturing the life adventures of friends, family and clients is the inspiration for Katherine’s original works. When people connect their treasured memories with one of Katherine’s paintings, it is the greatest pleasure of all.

Katherine studied at the Ottawa School of Art and has been mentored by a range of gifted artists. Katherine’s work is represented in a number of galleries and private collections. Like her iconic pines, Katherine’s artistic style is one of evolution, rooted in the promise of possibility and continually growing in ways she never imagined.

Katherine Muir Miller Gallery showcases Katherine’s collection, as well as representing other artists and artisans. All of Katherine’s works are available for purchase on-line. The gallery offers free consultation services for clients as well as a “Bring My Art to You” service where desired paintings being considered are brought to your home or office so that you can ensure that they are the right fit.

Listen to Katherine on the Making a Living Show

KATHERINE MUIR-MILLER / LANDSCAPE ARTIST podcast

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