C U R R E N T
Y O N D E R
'Yonder' is an art exhibition by Bristol based artist Miller, to mark 32 Upper York street’s 1st Birthday; the home of Basement Beer and Lost Horizon coffee.
The show is a collection of works from the artist's ongoing creative journey to explore our interaction with what lies beyond this world and its workings. This series includes collaborative works from some of the South West’s most exciting artists including Cheba, Sled, Hass, Kin One, Paul Monsters, Mudra and Lily O'Connell.
To celebrate the venue’s anniversary, join us in the heart of Stokes Croft for the opening of the exhibition across a Friday and Saturday filled with passion for coffee, beer and art with live DJ sets powered by Poor Man's Friend.
Expect to find original artworks for sale along with prints, limited edition coffees and beers.
NORMAL OPENING HOURS:
Fridays 5 - 10:30
Saturdays 3 - 10:30
The exhibition will then be running until November 20th.
P R E V I O U S
‘Wall’ was a one day pop-up show housing a collection of small scale paintings at 32 Upper York street; a brewery and coffee roasters in the heart of Stokes croft.
18th December 2021
W A L L
"Up" was a solo show taking place in Trowbridge Town Hall, the show was a pursuit to illustrate the constant upwards journey of life pursuing love.
Love being light and the artist's greatest endeavour. ‘Up’ represents the constant push forward to progress within our own reality towards a brighter place than the current, escaping depression through imagining and actively loving.
10th July - 20th August 2021
'Flip' was a pop-up exhibition location in a tucked away unit at Safestore Bedminster, Bristol. It was a continuation of Miller’s pursuit to positive, new and intriguing visual stimuli. Visually Flipping matter and ideas but also flipping his techniques.
November 30th - December 8th 2019
F L I P
“Paracosm”, meaning a detailed imaginary world, was a collection of works at 'It's all 2 much' gallery in Stokes croft, Bristol. The show took form in a series of mixed media paintings, as well as sculpture and light work in collaboration with artist Brad Bunce.
The works displayed were the result of a pursuit to express, portray and symbolize the experience of living as a mind, body and spirit in a constantly evolving transition of thought on the endeavor of righteousness.
1st -23rd July 2017