A World of Inspiration.
Art has always been a part of Faye’s life, beginning with her time spent observing and helping her mother, Elizabeth Miller, throughout her artistic process as a painter and fiber artist. As she explains, because of these experiences creating and learning craft, “Making things just became a necessary part of life for me.”
Faye’s latest works highlight her background in landscape architecture and her interest in cellular anatomy, particularly in how those tiny systems combine to construct the world around us. “In these pieces, I am focusing on memory of environment, time, and emotion.” Each piece represents a little snippet of time and shows how small marks and moments combine to create a unique environment.
Her focus on how we perceive the environment, time, and emotion gives Faye high levels of creative freedom within her works. This has led to her current collection having a unique variety of pieces, and we are happy to display a wide range of her art at our studio. While some of the pieces are more abstract than others, each takes some inspiration from the world around us. As Faye explains, “… as much as I try and break away from landscape, I always seem to find my way back home, in a sense.”
A Unique Sense of Memory.
Faye created her works to be interpretive: “Since I’m thinking a lot about memory of space with these pieces, I think that I should leave plenty of room for people to experience their own sense of memory.” People connect with each of Faye’s works in a way that comes to them naturally, so the answers to what someone feels or sees when looking at her art are always a little bit different.
We are excited to display Faye’s art at our OKC web design studio from July through September. Any of our clients who visit the studio will have the opportunity to enjoy Faye’s works in person and discover their own unique interpretations. If you do not have any appointments coming up, you can always schedule a time to view her art, or stop by to see the pieces in the lobby anytime that the building is open to the public.
If you would like to see more of Faye’s works and learn more about her artistic inspirations, visit her Instagram.