Miller Gallery today announced their next feature exhibition will be Grounded by South Carolina native Miles Purvis Daniel. Inspired by the many women who bring light into her life, Miles celebrates the beauty of womankind and the courage behind the muses.
Shared secrets of healing and unencumbered love have been constant themes within Miles’ collaged works since she began her career, after graduating with a BFA from the University of South Carolina.
“Sometimes [my art] is a reflection of my southern upbringing, sometimes it stems from an intriguing conversation with a stranger,” Daniel said. “With each piece, my focus is to create a captivating pause in the midst of movement for its viewer. That may be by combining repurposed materials and painted papers into a collaged body of work or focusing on forming bold strokes of pigment into an unusual pattern.”
The artist has stepped into a new phase of creation, stating, “Grounded is the visual extension of the season of life I am living and learning to thrive within. A woman’s journey to growing her family, one that has not gone as planned and still unknown. Through this season, an unexpected gift has been given to me. In the midst of the isolating darkness of waiting for a child, I have discovered the joy of true self love, wellness and gratitude. To flourish is to trust the process of life to be on your side for your highest good and greatest joy.”
Patrons are invited to an opening reception at the gallery on May 6th from 6 pm to 8 pm. This reception coincides with the Charleston Gallery Association First Friday Artwalk. All artwork will be available for sale on May 5th. A preview of all available works will be sent to Miller Gallery’s newsletter subscribers.
The Miller Gallery is located at 149 1/2 East Bay Street.
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