Eric Miller is a graduate of Millersville State College (Bachelor’s Degree in Art Education ’76) and Millersville University (Master’s Degree in Education and Art ’99). He taught art in public schools for 33 years, 32 of those split between New Oxford Junior High and Senior High. Miller now works in his home studio, creating most of his paintings with transparent watercolor. His style is best described as traditional and realistic. He paints a variety of subjects, many of which he finds close to home, and enjoys the beauty found in the light, color, and details. Among his current favorite subjects are birds in his backyard, fruit found growing in local orchards, and close-up studies of old machinery and clock mechanisms. Miller is a long-time member of the Arts Guild. He also is a member of the Franklin County Art Alliance, and has earned signature membership status in the Pennsylvania Watercolor Society. He has won numerous awards for his work. Miller lives near Hanover with his wife and biggest supporter, Julie, and two excellent cats.