“I work with archival cardstock and cotton rag paper painted in acrylics and gouache to make collages revealing an interest in regularity, equilibrium and the formalities of hard edged abstraction. The superimposition of vibrant colour and mathematically-derived forms results in what I like to call utopian geometry – that is, acknowledging there is rationality and clarity alongside the properties of symmetry and beauty.

This recent series of works include experimentation in changing the topography of a piece. By adding elevation I can change a viewer’s experience in seeing: what was a picture plane now approaches the realm of sculpture. Like the op art radicals of the 60s, I’m interested in the effects of high-key colour and illusionary space, but I temper that with a kind of cool and calm I think is distinctly west coast. There is a kind of meditative composure to the way I approach abstraction, a sense of withholding or even secrecy, but that to me is a critical part of seeing the world.

In the last few years I have had several group and solo exhibitions in Vancouver including the Art Gallery of Vancouver, my work can be found in corporate and private collections across Canada, Britain, the United States and Australia and has recently been featured in Juxtapoz Magazine as well as Montreal’s Papier 2014.”
Sarah Gee Miller

Sarah Gee Miller’s CV


The Hours  2017
Mixed media on panel  48″ x 48″


Sarah Gee Miller Roundabout 32x32

Roundabout  2016
Mixed media on panel  36″ x 36″


Sarah Gee Miller Keeping On 48x4

Keeping On  2017
Mixed media on panel  48″ x 48″


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