Nancy Miller (1927-2010) was a dynamic artist best known for oPits, optical illusion cut paper works heavily influenced by geometric shapes.
Born in Lancaster, Ohio, Nancy became an international artist with shows in Italy, Germany, and New York, NY in the United States. Nancy was also a faculty member at Urbana University, establishing art courses and engagement with the community through art fairs and campus events. She supported the creation of the Miller Center for Visual Arts on the Urbana campus in 2007 to continue that tradition of cultivating creativity and community engagement.
This website include curated digital galleries of selected works and access to a database of her prolific body of works that span oil paintings, plexiglass sculpture, molded dyed paper sculpture, oPits, and multi-media works.
The goals of the site are to share Nancy’s works digitally and to provide a searchable digital archive as an educational resource.