Following his sell out exhibition of new work, Stuart McAlpine Miller released a stunning reproduction release of 7 limited edition prints. Limited to editions of only 9, these stunning low edition prints are a perfect representation of the original paintings he is now well renowned for.
The exhibition ‘Altered Images’ featured a large number of paintings and limited edition works in various sizes and subject but all containing the main factor of fading one idea to the next – Art critic Estelle Lovatt described it as “The merger of today’s science of technology with the prowess of ‘Live’ cartoon action.”
Only a year previously the telegraph was reporting a ‘Little-Known artist chosen as artist-in-residence at The Savoy’, an artist who struggled for 20 years to sell his work. Few art critics had heard of McAlpine Miller a couple of years ago until this break with the Savoy and new deal with leading publisher Washington Green. This extraordinary exposure set his new found style off to a profound start with followings across the world. During his residency he produced eight paintings inspired by celebrities who stayed at the famous London Hotel. Frank Sinatra and Marilyn Munroe were among the chosen featured celebrities.
Stuart McAlpine Miler sold his first work for £24 and until 2011 the highest price paid for one of his paintings was £7,000. In 2012/13 this rose to an incredible £25,000 with one piece at the Altered Images exhibition being sold for £180,000. Estelle Lovatt, art critic for BBC Radio 2’s Art Show has tipped Miller as an artist whose work could be worth a significant amount in years to come, if £180,000 isn’t a significant amount already then where could the artist go, being only 50 years of age and still practically a half life to go it will certainly be an interesting one to watch.
With deals like super silk tees for Lulu & Co and more importantly artist on the ground for Virgin Galactic space flight, New Mexico Desert 2015, Stuart McAlpine Miller will be setting the bar at a new level in years to come.
Please click the following link to buy available limited edition works: Limited Edition Work by Stuart McAlpine Miller
If you would be interested in owning original artwork by Stuart McAlpine Miller please contact the gallery directly on 01592 643227.