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An Evening of Art III

Come join us for a private art show of mixed artists from around the planet. “An Evening of Art III” will include gypsy jazz alla Django Rienhardt with fine selections of wine and cheese paired with an eclectic potpourie of art styles and mediums for your viewing. Paintings from Neal Adams, Wolfgang Widmoser, Jason Monet, Jesse Miller, Elan Vital, Pranoto, Kerry Pendergrast, Bambang Wiwoho, Steve Ladin, and Chong Amo.

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  • jlgalleries@gmail.com
  • 626.376.5646
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    Add comment February 8th, 2011

    An Evening of Art II

    Thank you so much to all of you that participated in making “An evening of art II” a complete success. It was a pleasure seeing all of your faces. To those of you that couldn’t make it I hope to see you next year.

    It was wonderfully encouraging to hear all of the positive feedback and comments on the paintings. I look forward to continually making this an increasingly better event.

    Once again, Thank You for your patronage.
    John Lewis


    Say Cheese!

    The Entryway

    New Jesse Miller

    Add comment October 29th, 2008

    Private Art Showing with JL Galleries !

    Come join us for a private art show of mixed artists from both sides of the planet. “An Evening of Art II” will include fine selections of wine and cheese paired with an eclectic potpourie of art styles and mediums for your viewing. Paintings from Neal Adams, Jason Monet, Jesse Miller, Elan Vital, Pranoto, Kerry Pendergrast, Bambang Wiwoho, Alex Spencer, Steve Ladin, Spauldero and the first work ever in the west of Chong Amo.

  • Please RSVP before event.
  • jlgalleries@gmail.com
  • 949.701.6975
  • * Private screenings available upon request. *

    Add comment September 28th, 2008

    Jesse Miller’s Sawdust Art Festival

    This summer Jesse Miller participated in the Laguna Beach Sawdust Art Festival for his first time. He was in a corner booth and built a wonderful display booth. The Festival awarded him with the Favorite New Artist Award along with Best Two and Three Dimensional Mixed Media Award for 2008.
    Not only were awards bestowed upon Jesse, there were also sales of classic pieces like the ‘Gate-A-Way’. Miller’s wooden postcards were also a hit. Further, the festival sold more 2008 Sawdust Art Festival T-shirts than usual due to the great T-shirt design made by none other than Jesse Miller !

    Add comment September 25th, 2008

    Miller Bird of Paradise

    bird of paradise

    ‘Bird of Paradise’ 2006

    Jesse Miller
    Glass and Wood

    This beautiful flower is a completely new direction for Jesse Miller. It seems logical that after using so many mediums that eventually the canvas would disappear altogether. The wood looks like flower petals hanging off the sky surrounding the bird of paradise blossom. This painting hangs from above not on the wall. Wonderful lines and color. Another Jesse Miller success!

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    Miller Galleries > Miller New Paintings Gallery

    1 comment January 6th, 2007

    Meeting Jesse Miller

    Jesse Miller and I grew up going to the same schools with our paths continually crossing. It was not until we were both out of high school that we really became friends. At this time he was working professionally as a commercial artist.

    Glass wave by Jesse MillerOne Valentines’ Day my girlfriend wanted to fight when I had plans for a romantic day and evening. Thus, I told her, “We’re finished!” Immediately, I called Jesse and asked him to be my replacement Valentine. Six weeks earlier I had purchased tickets to the Van Gogh exhibit at the LACMA (for Valentines’ Day) and I figured Jesse, being an artist, might enjoy the show.

    We were both amazed and inspired with Vincent’s work, and while driving home I asked, “Jesse, why don’t you paint canvas?” He replied that he had always wanted to, and had told many friends over the years, that if someone bought him canvas and some other materials, he would gladly paint for them. Next stop art supply shop! We bought him 2 medium and one large pre-stretched canvas. Also we got a 50 foot roll of canvas, so he could begin making his own shapes and sizes.

    The rest is history. Now Jesse has turned a life of art into more than a decade of beautiful canvas with the best still to come!

    Add comment September 13th, 2006

    Miller Glass Wave

    glass wave

    Jesse Miller ‘Glass Wave’

    Acrylic, Canvas, Glass and Wood
    This piece is interesting because of the contrast of the simplicity of the piece verses the complexity of the composition. It is nothing more than a distant landscape with a wave superimposed on top, but the glass work is painstakingly precise and detail oriented.

    Add comment September 6th, 2006

    Miller Green House

    green house

    ‘Green House’ 2004

    Jesse Miller
    Acrylic, Canvas, Leaded Glass and Wood
    Private Collection Joshua Tree, CA
    One of my all time favorite Jesse Miller Paintings. This is so beautiful! The glass water is amazing as it shimmers in the light. Where else has anyone ever seen a porch coming out of a wave? It makes statements as well about global warming and green house gasses. This is where our coastal homes are headed if we don’t change our relationship with the environment. Also, it brings to mind the tsunami in Banda Ache and the loss of homes and life that took place during that disaster.
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    Add comment September 6th, 2006

    Miller Gate a Way

    gate a way

    ‘Gate a Way’ 2006

    Jesse Miller
    5 * 6 feet
    Acrylic, Canvas, Leaded Glass and Wood
    I just love this piece. It is very Asian in feel and has some of his cleanest work to date. Anyone who looks at this painting is taken back a step. The composition is simple yet entirely overwhelming in its grandeur.
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    Add comment September 6th, 2006

    Miller Tree Ring

    tree ring

    ‘Tree Ring’ 2006

    Jesse Miller
    Acrylic, Wood and Glass
    Private Collection Joshua Tree, CA
    Wonderful fantasy piece. Look at the light coming from the door in the tree. One can’t help but wonder: When does the little man come outside? Does he surf at night? Does he live alone? The magic of this piece will stimulate lots of questions and imaginary scenarios. This piece has color, excitement and mystery.

    2 comments August 13th, 2006

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