Screen Prints by John Miller

Moonlight on Basswood, 2020, Screen print
Moonlight on Basswood, 2020, Screen print, 15" W x 17" T
Heading to Work, 2020, Screen print
Heading to Work, 2020, Screen print, 20.25" W x 16.25" T"
Walking the Dog, 2015, Screen print
Walking the Dog, 2015, Screen print, 22.25" W x 21" T
Water and Stone, 2017, Screen print
Water and Stone, 2017, Screen print, 16.25" W x 15" T
The Turn Around Tree, 2017, Screen print
The Turn Around Tree, 2017, Screen print, 12.875" W x 15" T
To Each their Own, 2017, Screen print
To Each their Own, 2017, Screen print, 12" W x 13.25" T
The Spillway, 2015, Screen print
The Spillway, 2015, Screen print, 15" W x 15.25" T
Saganagons Ishizuki, 2018, Screen print
Saganagons Ishizuki, 2018, Screen print, 16" W x 15.5" T
Old Guard, 2016, Screen print
Old Guard, 2016, Screen print, 15.25" W x 17.5" T
Ogishkimanisi, 2019, Screen print
Ogishkimanisi, 2019, Screen print, 11.75" W x 26.25" T
Night Life, 2018, Screen print
Night Life, 2018, Screen print, 10.5" W x 7.5" T
Moonrise on North Bay, 2019, Screen print
Moonrise on North Bay, 2019, Screen print, 16" W x 15" T
Walking the Dog-II, 2015, Screen print
Walking the Dog-II, 2015, Screen print, 22.25" W x 21" T
Full Moon with Hazy Sky, 2017, Screen print
Full Moon with Hazy Sky, 2017, Screen print, 19.25" W x 15" T
Fly-by on Shelley, 2018, Screen print
Fly-by on Shelley, 2018, Screen print, 15.5" W x 19.5" T
Jackpine on Ima, 2019, Screen print
Jackpine on Ima, 2019, Screen print, 18" W x 15" T
From the Island looking North
From the Island looking North, 2018, Screen print, 10.5" W x 7.5" T
Dragon in the Forest, 2019, Screen print
Dragon in the Forest, 2019, Screen print, 10.5" W x 7.5" T
The Changing Tree, 2017, Screen print
The Changing Tree, 2017, Screen print, 20.5" W x 15" T
Breaker, 2017, Screen print
Breaker, 2017, Screen print, 15" W x 15" T

This series of images represents my screen prints or serigraphs. This print technique best serves graphic work and I knew I could strengthen my graphic thinking by devoting time and attention to making them.

Every medium has strengths and weaknesses as do artists. The two must work together as partners in order to make something strong. I once heard Juanita Guinn, a great whitewater canoe paddling instructor advise: It makes no sense to head around the smart side of the rock if your partner is already heading around the dumb side of the rock. This advice holds true as metaphor when working to get the best out of any artistic medium.