Natasha Miller

Meet Natasha Miller, whose journey as an artist is as unique as her breathtaking creations.

Natasha’s art is a reflection of the serene moments and captivating silhouettes that surround her, from the majestic trees and rugged coastlines to the gentle ebb and flow of the sea.

Using a one-of-a-kind technique she developed herself, Natasha brings seascapes and landscapes to life using homemade maple charcoal from her wood-fired pizza oven, along with ashes and acrylic paint for those vibrant splashes of colour. Each masterpiece is a labour of love, with 40-60 layers of medium and sealers painstakingly applied over the course of a month or more.

Born and raised on Vancouver Island, she eventually found herself drawn to the east coast, where she now resides and finds inspiration on a cozy lobster fishing island nestled in the Bay of Fundy.

With a passion for capturing the beauty of nature in every stroke, Natasha’s highly-collectible creations are more than just art – they’re windows into a world of tranquility and wonder that grace the walls of over a dozen galleries across North America and Europe.

View her previous work here.



Slowly Passing Time by Natasha Miller installed in its beautiful new home | Effusion Art Gallery + Cast Glass Studio, Invermere BC
Slowly Passing Time by Natasha Miller
The Morning Ritual, Some Things Don't Change, and Take Me Down by Natasha Miller | Effusion Art Gallery + Glass Studio, Invermere BC
Some Things Don’t Change by Natasha Miller