March 1, 2024


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Juxtapoz Magazine – Chris Miller: Kaleidoscope @ Walt Disney Family Museum, San Francisco

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Juxtapoz Magazine - Chris Miller: Kaleidoscope @ Walt Disney Family Museum, San Francisco

The Walt Disney Relatives Museum is honored to host Chris Miller: Kaleidoscope, a new exhibition of the latest functions by painter Chris Miller. The exhibition will be on screen in the museum’s Theater Gallery and free of charge to view from Thursday, November 17, 2022 by means of March 20, 2023.

This vibrant assortment is made up of summary paintings of both huge and compact scale that Chris produced in excess of this past calendar year, complemented by a singular, exclusive piece from his archives. Each individual artwork explores captured or remembered ordeals in nature—the attractiveness of special trees, rocks, flowers, and sights, which have prolonged served as sources of Chris’ inspiration—and the impressive influences of previous and present artists.

A indigenous Californian, Chris was born in Carmel and grew up in southern California. Through his childhood several years, the San Fernando Valley was in its late transition from an agriculture hub to a suburb, and pockets of abandoned orchards ended up interspersed with emergent household subdivisions. Individuals orchards and the close by Santa Monica Mountains afforded access to the all-natural earth, and, as with numerous small children, Chris was usually absorbed in expressing experiences in crayon and colored pencil drawings, offering actual physical type to his creativeness. He would also find inspiration and encouragement from his grandfather, Walt Disney.

Chris displays, “When I was it’s possible 7 or 8, and the issue of my artwork was dominated by in-depth depictions of typical American western gunfights, Civil War battlefields, sinking battleships, and aerial dogfights, my grandfather introduced me to a straightforward, little artwork sport by generating a random scribble on paper and then including tiny facts to transform it into a recognizable kind: a tree, an apple, a mouse! … I took my grandfather’s workout and played it in reverse, breaking down recognizable objects into colour, kind, and texture that may be vaguely familiar—welcoming scrutiny and inviting exploration. I paint the occasional landscapes, however lifes, and portraits, but abstraction is my ground.”

On the heels of a thriving exhibition at the Napa Valley Museum Yountville previously this year, Kaleidoscope will premiere Chris’ newest assortment of do the job. Furthermore, artwork showcased in this exhibition will be readily available for invest in by way of the museum’s website and in the Museum Keep, with all proceeds benefitting the museum’s academic efforts, including The Walt Disney Family Museum Animation Academy.

Kirsten Komoroske, Executive Director of The Walt Disney Spouse and children Museum says, “We are delighted and honored to showcase Chris’ beautiful operate at the museum. We are also deeply grateful to Chris for his generosity in donating the proceeds from the sale of the artworks to our instructional initiatives. His mom and the museum’s co-founder, Diane Disney Miller, prioritized arts education—with an emphasis on achieving marginalized communities—as a significant element of the museum’s mission, and Chris’ generosity enables us to carry on to amplify those attempts.”

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