Curtis Miller was born in Corsicana Texas in 1979. Growing up in Texas, Curtis relocated from Austin to Baltimore in 2011 to attend Maryland Institute College of Art's Hoffberger School of Painting (2013). He has exhibited his paintings throughout Texas at K Space Contemporary, Gaddis Geeslin Gallery, Joan Grona Gallery, The South Texas Art Museum, and the Art Center of Corpus Christi. In Baltimore, Curtis has exhibited his paintings at Terrault Contemporary, City Arts, Maryland Art Place, John Fonda Gallery, Jordan Faye Contemporary, and Platform Gallery. He also exhibited his work at Marianne Boesky Gallery and The Painting Center in NYC, is a previous Sondheim Prize semi-finalist and is a current fellow with Hamiltonian Gallery in Washington, D.C. Curtis currently lives and works in Baltimore, MD with his wife, 7 year-old daughter, and puppy.


William (Curtis) Miller

Lives and works in Baltimore MD.



2013 Master of Fine Arts, Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), Hoffberger School of Painting

2003 Bachelor of Fine Arts, Texas A&M Corpus Christi

Solo and Two-Person Exhibitions 

2020  Curtis Miller and Catherine Haggarty, St. Charles Project. Baltimore, Maryland.                    (Forthcoming).

2020  Curtis Miller: Paintings, Hamiltonian Gallery, Washington DC.

2019  IRL, Hamiltonian Gallery, Washington DC.

2013  John Fonda Gallery, Lovely Neighbor / Lonely Neighbor, Baltimore MD

Selected Group Exhibitions

2020 Curtis Miller: Paintings, Hamiltonian Gallery, Washington DC. 

2019  Ghost Chair, Curated by Natalia Nakazawa and Deric Carner, Hamiltonian Gallery,     Washington DC.

2018  Pulse Art Fair with Hamiltonian Gallery, Miami, FL.

2018  Chain Reaction, The Painting Center, New York, NY.

2018  Too Many Dinner Parties, Curated by Amy Boone. McCreesh, Amy Raehse, Melissa Webb.

 Terrault Gallery, Baltimore MD.

2016  Being Present, Jordan Faye Contemporary, Baltimore, MD.

2015  Under $500, Maryland Art Place, Baltimore, MD.

2015  Coordinated Disregard, Curated by Amy Boone, McCreesh, Terrault Gallery, Baltimore MD.

2014  B!ngo, Curated by Deanna Haggag, Cara Ober and Stewart Watson, Platform Gallery, Baltimore, MD

2014  Blush: Xinyi Cheng, Jeffrey Dell and Curtis Miller, City Arts Gallery, Baltimore MD

2014  WPA Select Auction and Benefit. Artisphere. Baltimore+WPA+Mera Rubell=LOVE, Washington

2014  Project for the Arts at Marianne Boesky Gallery. New York, NY

2013 Sondheim Prize Semi-Finalist Exhibition, Meyerhoff & Decker Gallery, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore MD

2012 MICA, Graduate Studio Center, 2nd Year Thesis Show 1, Baltimore MD

MICA, North Avenue Market, 1st Year Thesis Show 2, Baltimore MD

2011 MICA, Fox Gallery, 1st Year Thesis Show 1, Baltimore MD

2009 Six Shooter: Texas Artists Group Show, SHSU Gaddis Geeslin Gallery, Huntsville TX

100 X 100 Group Show, Texas State University Art Gallery, San Antonio TX

2008 Perfectly Strange: Two Person Show, K Space Contemporary, Corpus Christi TX

Joan Grona Gallery, Three Person Show, San Antonio, TX

2007 Homegrown, Texas State University Art Gallery, San Marcos, TX

Professional Experience

2013 Artist Assistant, Defrosted: David Humphrey Opera, MICA, Baltimore, MD

2011-2013 Graduate Teaching Assistant, MICA, Baltimore, MD.

2009-2010 Guest Artist, Texas State University, San Marcos, TX

2009 Visiting Artist, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX

2008 Guest Artist, K Space Contemporary, Corpus Christi, TX

2004 Art Instructor, Art Center, Corpus Christi, TX

Project Manager, Sculpture designed by artist Robert Roesch on the campus of Texas A&M

Corpus Christi, TX

Project Manager, Sculpture designed by artist James DeWoody for Texarkana City Hall,

Texarkana, TX

2003 Visiting Artist, Eastside Projects, Corpus Christi, TX

Visiting Artist, Project Row House, Houston, TX

Ceramics Instructor, Corpus Christi, TX


2018-2020 Hamiltonian Fellow

2002-2003 Texas A&M Corpus Christi, Scholarship

2000-2001 Whataburger Foundation Scholarship


“Him Heart Her.” Reduction Serigraph, 2004. Water-Based Screenprinting Today, Roni Henning, 2006.