Sylvia Miller


Sand Springs, OK


From my earliest childhood growing up in Louisiana, I have been drawing and sketching the world around me. When I retired from a career in higher education, I began to study the techniques of oil painting and pastels. I have studied in workshops and classes given by inspiring teachers who were generous in sharing their gifts. My artwork has proven to be a satisfying outlet for self-expression and the basis for forming many valued friendships. Most of all, it has helped me appreciate the gift of creativity with which we are all endowed.

I have mainly focused on oil painting, although I occasionally work in pastel as well. I enjoy painting with both brushes and painting knives, always hoping to achieve bold, painterly effects as I paint a variety of subjects, from landscapes to people to wildlife to still lifes. My works can be seen at Gallery 123 in Norman, OK.

Gallery123 in Norman, Oklahoma.

I am a member of Palette Knife Painters, American Impressionist Society, Oklahoma Art Guild, and the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition.


Colorado Mountain Scene by Sylvia Miller


Red Trees by Sylvia Miller


In the Rockies by Sylvia Miller


October Splendor by Sylvia Miller


Pitchers and fruit by Sylvia Miller


Morning Calm by Sylvia Miller


I Love Amaryllis by Sylvia Miller


Mask by Sylvia Miller


Longhorn by Sylvia Miller


Mountain Railroad by Sylvia Miller


One More Cup by Sylvia Miller


From the Garden by Sylvia Miller


Geisha by Sylvia Miller