Stanton Kip Miller
in Illinois, I grew up in Puerto Rico, St.
Thomas, Wyoming and lived in Arizona for the 16
years prior to my move to New York in 1975. In
Arizona I was very active in theatre as an actor,
also doing set design and execution while
majoring in Art and Foreign Language at Arizona
State University. I left ASU to begin an
apprenticeship with Arizona's master sculptor,
John Waddell, at the Waddell
Sculpture Fellowship near
Sedona, Arizona. There I studied sculpting in its
many forms, focusing on the lost wax process from
armature, modeling and mold making through bronze
casting and chasing. Along with the sculpting
activities, studies included life drawing, oil
painting, watercolor, farming and livestock. I
also began designing and making jewelry at this
leaving Arizona, I pursued a professional
performing career singing and acting in
theatrical productions across the country with
New York as home base.
12 years I worked in film and video production.
For the HBO documentary P.T.
Barnum & His Human Oddities,
I recreated one of Barnum's earliest sensations, The
Feejee Mermaid --
half monkey, half fish. It now resides in the
permanent collection of the Barnum Museum in
1989 I began my art and ephemera businesses. My
artwork has been exhibited at the Incorporated
Gallery, NYC, The
Mark Milliken Gallery, NYC,
The Gallery Eko
in Allenhurst, NJ, The Ellen
Harris Gallery in
Provinceton, MA and the Gene
Reed Gallerie in Nyack, NY.
Bergdorf Goodman has carried my line of Christmas
ornaments & decorations since 1990, as well
as my unique art dolls.
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