Jodi Miller is a contemporary, Canadian impressionist painter whose landscapes explore our sense of belonging and how we interact with our natural environment. She is a veteran of the Royal Canadian Air Force, following a 20 year career as an aerospace engineer working in aircraft maintenance and project management. Jodi pivoted to become a full-time artist in 2015, returning to the prairies where she grew up on a family farm. She now finds inspiration in the vast land and skies.
Jodi’s work has been recognized for “capturing Canadian identity through landscape” and she has been named one of “28 Contemporary Canadian Artists You Need to Know” by Create Magazine. She is a directory artist at Visionary Art Collective and her work has been requested at shows across Canada. Her acrylic paintings vary in scale and are held in private collections world-wide.
She is influenced by classical impressionist painters such as Van Gogh and David Hockney and abstract expressionists like Richard Dieberkorn and Otto Rogers. Working alongside contemporaries including Julie Himel, Richard Claremont and Amy Dryer has deepened her desire to create narrative pieces that resonate with personal conviction.