Painting is a spiritual practice and a life coach
What delights me in watercolor is ‘the moment of magic,’ when water touches pigment and flows with a transparent life of its own.
A sigh hollowed out the chamber of the heart
Words on a page suggest associations, and then the associations stimulate original ideas.
I use the tools of body paint and photography to represent myself in a way that aligns with my own aesthetic and intellectual interests.
Together we grow
Quilt made by members of Thomas Jefferson Unitarian Church, Louisville, Kentucky.
Encaustic and wax painting: figure and landscape.
Creation: Fibonacci chalice
Creations: UU trees
Creating art as a form of meditation.
Creations: ‘Homeless in Liberty Park’
A sculpture—and a Unitarian Universalist affirmation—installed in a Utah homeless shelter.
Creations: ‘The Dharma’
Mixed-media collage represents the benefits of meditation.
Painting celebrates Arkansas congregation’s fiftieth anniversary with a depiction of its Unitarian Universalist values.
Creations: Concert classical guitar
Instinct, experience, and aesthetic judgment play a crucial role.
‘Leather mosaic’ medallions honor the religions of the world
Dianna Thornhill Miller, working with her late husband and with her son, makes stylized medallions honoring the world’s religious diversity.