December 28th, 2016
The Fall of the year is such a wonderful time for the scenic photographer. The colors are so great. I have just uploaded more than sixty new colorful photographs that are mostly closeup images of tree leaves in our East Texas Area of the country. Check out the link and let the pictures speek for themselves.
August 3rd, 2016
I have just uploaded forty two photographs of a beautiful 1934 Ford Classic car of the “Street Rod” type. It is a vintage classic 1934 Ford two door sedan.
I have been working on these pictures for several days and I am glad to finely get them up on Fine Art America. It is such a pleasure to see or revisit these wonderful machines. The images were taken in the spring of 2016.
Included in this collection are some collage photographs showing three different classic images of the same automobile. Also, all the 42 vintage classic car photos are offered in both full color and black and white sepia.
July 12th, 2016
I have just uploaded several photographic images of flowers and floral works. These photographs include photographs of color, sepia, and black and white roses, wild plum blooms, and peach blossoms.
These images were shot in the studio of flowers provided by a local flower shop called LuAnn’s Flowers.
I like to sometimes do photographs that I think would look great in professional offices, hospitals, nursing homes, and other public buildings.
I hope that you enjoy the images.
November 13th, 2014
From now until November 18th M K Miller, III is running a limited time promotion on three of his latest violin and violas photographs. Get a BIG canvas print for a huge discount during this offer. You may purchase as many as five of each of the pictures listed in the sale.
November 10th, 2014
I have spent the last few weeks shooting images of classic cars outside. I have a huge group of images that I need to process and make ready to upload to Fine Art America. I will get around to doing that soon.
Today I have uploaded several new photographs of violins and viola that I shot in the studio. These are fantasy type pictures that I hope will make great wall art for music teachers and students of all ages.
I am always interested in your comments and suggestions. But especially I am interested in you criticisms.
Thanks for checking out my site and blog.
November 2nd, 2014
Well, it’s fall and turning cooler here in East Texas. That can only mean that there are going to be a lot of classic and antique car shows.
I attended on this past Saturday and was impress with one of the cars. It was a 1933 Ford automobile done in a candy apple red that was just beautiful. The day was sunny with the temperature in the sixties. Great weather…
I took many photographs of the car and narrowed the number I have uploaded to only fourteen. These have been uploaded and are ready for viewing.
August 23rd, 2013
Growing up and living in the East Texas area I could not help but notice that oil derricks were all around. The East Texas oil field that centers in and around Kilgore, Texas is said to have furnished the oil that helped win World War II. The images in this series come from the city of Kilgore. They stand almost like a building. Majestic… Reminding us of Freedom, capitalism, and the roughed men and women that bought and paid the price of these things that many of us still hold dear.
August 3rd, 2012
I have finished uploading a series of images of a Spider Lily Flowers to the Fine Art America web site. The photographs contain dark greens with dramatic and interesting forms of white and off whites. Look for the one shown with this blog. Be sure to have a look at these photographs at full size. Some of them look very much alike until you look at them in a print size instead of the thumb size. See them at www.m-k-miller.artistwebsites.com.
These latest uploads have that special aspect to them. Spider Lily Flower is such a soft white color. I think that these images capture that feeling you get when you are looking at the original in a garden.
I took these photographs while thinking about the doctors, lawyers, and other professional people that need images for their waiting rooms and offices. These images should help people relax in places that are filled with worry and anxiety.
Anyway, I hope that you enjoy the images.
July 21st, 2012
I just uploaded a series of flute musical instruments to the FineArt America web site. The image colors range form pink to black and white. These photographs will make great prints for flute musicians of all ages. I think they will be especially nice for the young student musician in high school or college. Picture these in their bedroom or college dorm room. Of course, professional musician like music directors or orchestra players would also appreciate these prints.
Be sure to have a look at these prints at full size. Some of them look very much alike until you see them in a print size instead of the thumb size. You will see what I mean.
July 21st, 2012
I have finished uploading a series of images of oil well derricks to the Fine Art America web site. The photographs are dramatic and some of them employ a lot of color. Be sure to have a look at these photographs at full size. Some of them look very much alike until you look at them in a print size instead of the thumb size. See them at www.m-k-miller.artistwebsites.com.
The original photographs were taken in the East Texas area mostly in and around Kilgore, Texas. Kilgore is the heart of the East Texas oil field that went a long way in furnishing fuel to our country in World War II. It is no longer true now. But at one time, the derricks in Kilgore were so close together that in many places the supporting foot of one would overlap the foot of the one next to it.
I took these images for people living in areas where oil, gas, and transportation are a big deal. I guess that is almost anywhere. I was thinking that these images would be well placed in homes, businesses, hotels, and motels. However, after seeing finished product, they seem to be able to fit into almost any decorating scheme depending on the way they are framed.
Anyway, I hope that you enjoy the images.