David Miller is a Houston-based artist whose work since the early 1990s has been largely digital media. In addition to using archival inks to create stunning digital art, David is also works in photography. His work is mostly abstract and modernist, and is characterized by bright and unusual colors, inventive shapes and techniques, combinations of organic and geometric abstraction, and the exploration of metaphysical and mystical themes. The variety of styles and abundance of imagery is the result of his imagination and the pleasure he derives from working with computers and digital art as a medium. David studied art and architecture at Rice University, graduating with a BA in 1971. He then studied painting at the Houston Museum of Fine Arts Glassell School in the late 1970’s. During these years of formal art training he was privileged to have studied under such Houston art luminaries as Dorothy Hood, Charles Schorre, John O’neil, Bob Camblin, Suzanne Manns, and Philip Renteria, among others. His work is held by corporate and university collections including Rice University, Texas A&M University, Chase Bank, and Reliant Energy.