Michelle A. M. Miller is a multidisciplinary artist who reimagines the observed landscape into fantastical painted works, prints, collages, drawings and installation. Her current body of work features vivid, sculptural paintings that fuse traditional art materials with industrial by-products and recycled matter. A related series of etchings and monotypes echoes Miller’s inventive abstractions of South Florida’s wild and designed green spaces using her distinct, hypersaturated palette. She has participated in notable group exhibitions including "More Women Painting" at Design Sublime, Miami, "Nature Preserved" at the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, Lake Worth, and ''The Triumph of Detritus'' at 1310 Gallery, Ft. Lauderdale. Miller’s work has been featured in Oxford American and On View magazines as well as on the cover of Coastlines magazine. Her solo exhibition “Terratopias for a Fantastic Future” opened in January at IS Projects in Ft. Lauderdale and will be reconceived for Resource Depot’s gallery space in West Palm Beach this March. Miller earned her BFA in painting from Florida Atlantic University and her BA in art history from Georgetown University. The artist lives and works in West Palm Beach, FL.