Terry Miura

Coming this Spring!
A Language of the Land: New Paintings by Paul Kratter and Terry Miura

May 6 to June 10, 2017
Opening Reception: May 6th, 4 to 6 p.m.

Terry Miura is a graduate of the Art Center in Pasadena and has a professional background in commercial art, having worked in New York as a freelance illustrator for magazines and newspapers. Originally from San Diego, while in the Big Apple his paintings naturally turned their focus to cityscapes. Now that he’s returned to his native state, settling outside Sacramento, he’s once again delving into California’s rural landscapes for inspiration. He uses a wonderful tonalist palette, reflecting his gentle vision of rustic California as well as a humbler approach to the role of painting as just one of the arts contributing to an architectural interior. His loving depictions of northern California’s rustic scenery, executed in his distinctive and beautiful palette, celebrate the land with an extraordinary sensitivity.

Terry’s work is a part of the collections at the California Museum of Fine Art, Los Angeles, the Smithsonian Institute in Washington DC, and the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento, CA to name a few. He and also in print in the June 2015 edition of Plein Air Magazine, along with articles in Southwest Art, and American Art Collector, amongst others. He teaches painting workshops across the country, and information on his workshops can be found on his website.

See Terry’s website, terrymiura.com. An avid blogger, Terry reflects on his work at terrymiura.blogspot.com.

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Winding Down

Oil on panel, 9″ x 12″, 2016. Framed in a No. 26—3″ with a 23 kt gilt slip. A 3″ wide frame in quartersawn white oak with a Medieval oak stain that has a steep 1/4″ chamfer (45 degree bevel) at the window edge that leads to a 1/8″ wide slip in 23kt gold leaf. $1,685.

Carefree Days

Oil on panel, 9″ x 12″, 2016. Framed in a No. 1.4 CV profile with and 18kt gilt slip. A 3″ flat profile in quartersawn white oak with a Van Dyke stain. The inner 7/8″ of this frame is a rounded hand-carved cushion shape. $1,650.

Unnamed Road

2010, Oil on linen, 12″ x 21″, framed in hand carved No. 108 CV—3-1/2”. $2,675.

The Arroyo, Evening

2010, Oil on Linen, 9″ x 12″. Framed $1,530.

Almost Forgotten

2014, Oil on linen, 9″ x 13-1/2″. Framed in No. 341 soft – 3″ in quartersawn white oak (Saturated Medieval stain) with 18kt gilt slip. $1,595.