Kathryn Miller, MFA
Professor of Art
Sculpture/environmental art; drawing.
Recent Community Involvement
Professor Miller conducted various "interventions" to Pepper Tree Park, including water clean-up and landscaping with native plants, Pepper Tree Park, Ventura, California: 2008. With project collaborator, Andreas Hessing.
E.P.A. (Environmental Performance Actions), Exit Art, NY, NY. Photography and Mixed Media, 2008.
Feeling the Heat/Art, Science and Climate Change, Deutsche Bank Gallery, Wall Street, New York City. Photography, artists' book and mixed media, 2008.
Uncommon Practice, Pitzer College Faculty Show, Nichols Gallery, Claremont, CA, Spring/Summer 2008.
Pepper Tree Park, Ventura, California: Various "interventions" to park, including seating, water clean-up, entryway enhancement, and landscaping with native plants, 2008. With project collaborator, Andreas Hessing.
The following publications contain images and articles about her work:
Art & Community Landscapes, A Partnership Project: National Endowment for the Arts, National Park Service, New England Foundation for the Arts by Valerie Bianchi and Charles Tracy, National Park Service Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance Program. Art & Community Landscapes Publication No. 1/2008.
On Guerrilla Gardening by Richard Reynolds. UK, USA and Germany: Bloomsbury, 2008. Merging Horizons - Soil Science and Soil Art by Alexandra Toland in Edward Landa and Christian Feller (eds.) Soil & Culture. Germany: Springer Science and Business Media, 2008.
Latent Cities by Federico Zanfi (Faculty of Architecture/Politechnico di Milano) Italy, 2008.