An internationally-recognised artist who creates large-scale vinyl and paint artwork for everyday spaces and objects.
Alisha Miller’s public and visual art has been exhibited all over the world – from galleries and town centres, to train stations, motorways, car parks and hospitals.
She is the inventor of what is now known as ‘transit art’ – a genre which sees enormous artworks created on large moving canvases such as articulated lorries and trains.
Being with, listening to, observing, valuing and working closely with people, to inform her work with honesty, is fundamental to her practice.
Her observational drawing and conversation underpin her creative process. Her recent work is a return to painting on paper and canvas along with continued digital drawing and vinyl print at large scale.
Her drawings and figurative paintings focus on themes of womanhood, female identity and also the familiar.
Her public art is interested in how we perceive the mundane aspects of everyday life that we take for granted.
She has been featured on BBC4 (Woman’s Hour), Channel 4, BBC Radio 2 and in The Guardian.
Develop your creativity through painting, drawing
& experimentation. Alisha runs courses via her Art Class Facebook Page.
Figurative paintings, drawing and hand cut vinyl images that explore intimate and personal themes.
Taking work directly to the public with enormous digital vinyl drawings that blur boundaries between spaces and art.
Permanent commissioned works in vinyl, steel and paint created for spaces where people live, work and visit.