Liz K Miller’s work is made in direct response to specific pieces of music. She interprets and ‘maps’ this music as a circular score rather than the familiar linear method of notating melody. The resulting images are characterised by organic, seductive patterns reminiscent of natural forms and structures, from the rotation of the planet and the changing of the seasons, to miniscule atomic structures.
Miller lives in South East London and makes her etchings at Bainbridge Studios, Elephant and Castle. She is currently studying towards an MPhil at the Royal College of Art. Her work has won numerous awards and is held in public collections including the Tate Gallery.