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Pj Mills


2016, Oil on paper, 18 x 18 in

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“This painting possibly represents visual metaphors that emerge from the examination  of common objects from an intimate perspective. The isolated object is a device for the examination of identity and an examination of the human effects on our planet. By focusing on common  possessions the objects take on notions of greater ideas. These ideas relate to our addiction to  possessions and our obsession with self preservation through them. The solitary or sometimes  juxtaposed object has the ability to take the viewer beyond the ordinary and into a notion of metaphoric possibilities.”

Pj Mills was born in Spokane, Washington and resides in Miami, Florida. He received a BFA at University State College at Buffalo and MFA at Cornell University, both in painting. Selected exhibitions include: Spartanburg Museum, SC, Torpedo Gallery, VA, and the Masur Museum of Art, Monroe, LA.

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