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Lauren Fitzgerald Miller

Lauren Fitzgerald Miller is a multidisciplinary artist based in the Mid-West. She is best known for her low relief artworks made from multiple layers of hand cut paper. Miller takes inspiration from popular culture and recurring patterns, shapes, and twisted lines found in nature, sourcing a wide array of imagery both organic and abstract to inform her process.


Miller received her BA in Art at Friends University and MFA in Visual Art from the Vermont College of Fine Arts. She has shown in several solo and group exhibitions locally and across the country. Miller’s work has been featured in magazines including Cineplex, Hunger Mountain, and Women’s Focus, as well as the books The Art of Being Bill and Anthotype Emulsions vol II. Her artwork is part of the permanent collection of the Kansas Leadership Center in Wichita, KS and was featured in KLC’s art publication In Plain View.

Fitzgerald Miller

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