Exhibition by Marion Miller Monday 14th October 2013 to Tuesday 22nd October 2013

Marion Miller was born in County Down, Northern Ireland and now spends her time between Ireland and Southern Spain where she continues to paint in her studios.

Having studied Art & Design at Bradford Regional College of Art, Marion went on to achieve a B.A (First Class Honours) at Exeter College of Art and an M.A in Fine Art at Birmingham College of Art. Marion completed her Post Graduate Certificate in Education at Leeds University with commendation.
Upon returning to Northern Ireland she lectured at University of Ulster and the Dublin and Cork Colleges of Art. Her work features in exhibitions and collections around the world, incl. Madrid, Granada, Perth, Portland, Calgary, Tokyo, Toronto, England and Ireland.

Northern Ireland Arts Council, Exhibition Grant
West Midlands Arts Council, General Award
West Midlands Arts Council Exhibition Bursary
South West Arts Council Exhibition Award
Arts Council Residency Award, Tyrone Guthrie Centre

Synopsis of Exhibitions:

Tyrone Guthrie Centre
Lecrin Gallery, Granada
Magill Festival of Art, Donegal
Ulster Arts Club Exhibition
Tralee Windmill Arts

Arts Council Gallery, Northern Ireland
Dacal Galería de Arte, Madrid (Part of Madrid 1992, Capital Europea de la Cultura)
Royal Academy of Art, Belfast
County Museum of Art, Monaghan, Ireland
Orchard Gallery Exhibition, Derry/Londonderry
Ireland Office of Public Works Touring Exhibition
Boyle Arts Festival, Roscommon

Tom Caldwell Gallery Permanent Show, Belfast
Artists on Tour Exhibition, Midlands Arts Centre, Birmingham
Cheltenham Arts Centre
Artists' Exchange, Belfast

Bluecoat Foyer Gallery, Liverpool
Spaces Gallery, Exeter, Devon
Birmingham City Art Gallery, Birmingham
Lemington Spa Arts Centre

The exhibition will run until 20th October.

Performance Extras


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