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Featured in House and Garden

Look who’s in House & Garden Magazine this July! I am honoured for my work to be featured in the “Art Edit” edition of the gorgeous UK edition of House & Garden. It’s a beautiful issue and I hope that you can pick one up for a look.  (look for #3!)  

Let’s Stay Connected – September Sale!

Let’s Stay Connected. To Ourselves. To Each Other. To This Place. Spend $40 and save 15% from today until the end of September! Enter the word ‘connect’ in the checkout.  


I am happy to be selected to show my painting Dive Deep in this group show courtesy of North Vancouver Arts Council. January 30 – February 28, 2015 Opening Reception:  Thursday, January 29, 7:00-9:00pm CityScape Community Art Space This group exhibition highlights abstract paintings in diverse styles and approaches, playing with the creative use of […]

New Maternalisms in Chile

Curator Natalie Loveless has just returned from Santiago where New Maternalisms is being exhibited now at The Museum Of Modern Art. She just sent me these shots. My video piece Family Tissues is being screened in the exhibition 🙂    

New Etsy shop!

Hey, I have made a collection of Art Cards taken directly from my paintings. Please have a look  🙂 https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/GinaMillerArtCards

Bird on a Wire, April 4th 2013

I’ll be at Bird on a Wire Creations for a special Private View night on Thursday, April 4th from 7:00-9:30pm. Read more here  

New show in 2 weeks!

Kokopelli Salon on Commercial Drive, Wednesday, Nov. 6, 7:30pm-11pm View Larger Map

Tales of Motherhood


Here is another review in Art Pulse magazine,  of our exhibition “New Maternalisms”. My piece, “Family Tissues” is one of the videos. Feminist art is alive and well! Read it here: http://artpulsemagazine.com/tales-of-motherhood  

Family Tissues

Family Tissues refers to a theoretical and experiential exchange regarding growth; both in biological and philosophic terms. The video is a performative collaboration with my three boys; the placenta is the location for discussion around relationships in the micro and macro. Although it was produced within me, experiencing the placentas as objects allowed me to […]

‘Family Tissues’, reviewed…