BIOGRAPHIES:

Lois Miller: Photographs

Lois Miller has been capturing images of wildlife near her home in Port Orford, Oregon and abroad since 1984. She has explored the native fauna of the west through such media as oil, pastels, wood-burning, micro-scrimshaw, ceramic tile mosaics, and photography. Her fascination with birds has taken her to places as remote as St. Lawrence Island in the Bering Strait, where colonial seabirds number in the millions. However, most of these incredible birds were photographed right here on the Oregon Coast. Another common theme found in Lois's artwork is her lifelong obsession; horses.

Lois's work is currently being exhibited in several galleries in Oregon and has a permanent home at http://memory.org/palace/lois.miller/work/.

Got Google Earth? You can download Lois's geographic locations as .KMZ data.

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