Summer Art Exhibit

The Brookwood Cafe Displays Colleen Miller Artwork

Now through August, my work will be on display in an art exhibit at The Brookwood Cafe.  A lovely cozy restaurant/coffee shop in Hamilton, NJ.

Stop by and see about 20 of my most recent works, many from this spring and summer. The theme is botanicals — represented in  different styles and different subject matter. Although you know I love the sunflowers, so you will find those! Also, you will find fresh works — there are some that I have not posted or published on my online shop! 

The address is 3133 Quakerbridge Road, Hamilton, NJ 08619 and the hours are 8 AM – 3 PM Wednesdays to Sundays. They are on summer hours. Pop over when you can and have a meal or coffee and check out the art.

More info on the cafe on their site.

About Colleen

Colleen Miller grew up in New Jersey and currently resides in Lawrence. Since 2021, she has worked in her studio in Lambertville, NJ. She graduated from Rutgers with a B.A. in communications. As a student, Colleen took many classes in photography and graphic design as well. She also studied media management at the University of Missouri Graduate School of Journalism.

After a long career in communications, she now dedicates herself full-time to expressing herself through her art. The New Jersey native has taken many classes and studied in person and online to learn and develop her art. Colleen has been included in art exhibits and has sold her work in local retail shops. Colleen also volunteers for HomeFront’s Artspace.

Browse my floral and botantical art.

What is Mixed Media Art?

Mixed media is a type of art that brings together multiple media (paint, ink, etc.) into one work. Thus, an artist combines different media and techniquest to convey her ideas.

Examples include: a work on canvas that uses paint, pencil and inks, a work on board that uses paper adhered to the surface (collage); a piece of art that has acrylic painting with fabric or textiles.

Further, early application of mixed media techniques were done by artists Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque.

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