After Paintings by Meredith Miller

Issue 26

In this series, I am photographing my subjects in the manner of some of my favorite paintings of classic, modern, and contemporary art. My portraits, inspired by Balthus, Mary Cassatt, or Andrew Wyeth, take on a painterly quality in terms of the borrowed elements – form or subject matter. However, each portrait is also infused with my own sense of space and color. In this way. I am interested both in recreating a specific sitting but also re-examining the sitter's psychology.

Meredith Miller is a New Haven, Connecticut based artist.
To view more of Meredith's work, please visit her website

  Untitled (Diana), 2008 

Untitled (Diana), 2008 

  Untitled (Rebekah and Dahlia), 2009 

Untitled (Rebekah and Dahlia), 2009 

  Untitled (Sabrina), 2009

Untitled (Sabrina), 2009

  Untitled (Amanda and Ariana), 2010 

Untitled (Amanda and Ariana), 2010 

  Untitled (Melissa, Todd, and Christopher), 200 

Untitled (Melissa, Todd, and Christopher), 200 

  Untitled (Jess), 2009 

Untitled (Jess), 2009 

  Untitled (Naomi and Erika), 2009 

Untitled (Naomi and Erika), 2009 

  Untitled (E), 2003 

Untitled (E), 2003 

  Untitled (Antonia and Florence), 2009 

Untitled (Antonia and Florence), 2009 

  Untitled (Heather and David), 2010 

Untitled (Heather and David), 2010