Sue Miller


Photography, Sculpture

Sue Miller is a community leader and artist whose passion and energy are the inspiration behind Women Sharing Art, Inc.  Along with being a Board Member of numerous charitable organizations, a retired commercial and residential realtor, and an accomplished photographer, Sue is a founding member and President of Women Sharing Art, Inc.  As an artist—as well as a family maker, business person, and active community member, Sue saw a need for women to have a place to nurture and share their artistic talents. With the support of a few like-minded women artists, Women Sharing Art, Inc. was founded.  Over the past years, the Organization has grown into a well-respected, multi-talented, group of women artists who are recognized for their fine work and community spirit.

Sue holds a degree in Business Management and Advertising Art & Design from SUNY Farmingdale, and a certificate in Interior Design from NYIT.  Along with her keen eye for design, she has honed her photography skills through numerous classes and workshops at BOCES, Nikon School of Photography, OB Camera, First Light Photography and at St Joseph’s College.  Sue and other members of Women Sharing Art have participated in various workshops and classes offered at SnowFarm in Massachusetts where they have explored various media and developed new skills.

Sue’s photography, wire sculptures, and installation art have been shown at the BAFFA Art Gallery, Bayard Cutting Arboretum, Meadowcroft Historic Estate, Islip Arts Council, Phoenix Art Gallery, Long Island Museum, Ward Melville Heritage Organization Education & Cultural Center, libraries and galleries in Bayport-Blue Point, Sayville, East Islip, Sachem, Harborfields, Nesconset, Riverhead, Cutchogue, Patchogue & Middle Country. Her photography is in a private collection in Scottsdale, Arizona.  The wire sculpture, “In The Wind” has received an award at the Juried Art Show of the Arts Council of the East Islip Library.

Sue looks forward to creating innovative and unique artwork whether through the media of photography or metal sculpting.