In my art, I strive to capture the magic and mystery of the natural world by exploring the metaphysical and abstract aspects of nature and how they relate to the human experience. I am inspired by the cyclical patterns of the solstices and equinoxes, which mark the longest and shortest days of the year and signify the changing of seasons. Using symbolism and surrealist techniques such as irrational juxtapositions and distortions of scale, I create strange and dreamlike compositions that evoke a sense of wonder and intrigue. My work is inspired by the cultural history and folklore of my home, and through close examination of even the smallest details, I aim to bring the viewer into the heart of my pictures and reveal the hidden beauty and mystery of the natural world. I hope that by inviting the viewer into the heart of my work, I can inspire a deeper appreciation and understanding of the interconnectedness of all things.
Meg Miller's paintings offer a unique and intimate perspective on the relationship between bees and flowers. Through her use of bold colors and forms, and her tendency to magnify and focus on specific areas, Miller invites us into the secret world of these pollinators and their symbiotic dance. Her minimal yet lively style allows us to see the essence of her subjects and to view the world through a different lens, as if stepping inside the scene itself. In doing so, Miller creates her own personal language and invites us to join her on this sensory journey.