Brittany J. Miller



In my work, plant fragments act as bodies: interconnected, fragile, and holy beings moving through difficult worlds toward each other. Roots formed in gold-wrapped silk, crystallized copper, and wax become intertwined inside of landscapes built out of tar, mosquito netting, and leather. Ferns, roots, and onion bulbs float, become buried, and are resurrected as glowing, gold silhouettes and ghostly cyanotype shadows. I seek to create quietly-luminous art objects that belong in sacred spaces, objects meant to be blanketed in prayer.


BFA, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York. 

August 2010-May 2013.

Pratt at Munson Williams Proctor Arts Institute. Utica, New York.

August 2008-May 2010. 



2019 Solo Show. The Garden’s Secret Weavings. Sheen Center Gallery, NY.

2017 Group Show. Meditations on Mapping, Multiple Sites, NY.

2016. Solo Show. Transplantation Center Artist Residency Exhibition, Montefiore Hospital, NY.

2015. Group Show. Behind Doors and Through Windows: Reflections on Contemporary Domestic Life, Edward Hopper House, NY.

2013. Group Show. Thesis Exhibition, Front Street Galleries, NY.


Media Collaborations

Worked parallel to fiction and nonfiction writers, creating bodies of work to complement writing on particular themes.

Levinson, P. & Waltemathe, M. Touching the Face of the Cosmos. New York. Fordham University Press, 2015. 

Vozick-Levinson, M & Miller, B. On Love and Onions. Anticipated 2019.



Montefiore Hospital. New York, New York, United States.

Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut, United States.

Private Collection. Los Angeles, California, United States.

Private Collection. New York, New York, United States.

Private Collection. Memphis, Tennessee, United States.