Ross Miller is an artist who works to integrate art into public places and every day experience.
Through landscape integrated artwork he seeks to create community identity in outdoor spaces, create sites for private reflection and cultural expression, and works to amplify one's experience of nature and natural processes.
Rather than imposing a specific medium or content on a site, the ideas evolve by examining a location's ecological and social history, patterns of pedestrian activity, quality of light, and proposed future uses in order to create public artwork that makes direct connection with a site, and enrich one’s experience of being in a specific place.
Public projects sited in accessible locations - urban squares and parks, in schools, subway tunnels, along highways and over city streets - evolve through collaboration with engineers, artists, local residents, school and community groups, planners, architects, and landscape architects. Work ranges from urban and architectural scale installations to intimate pedestrian scale sculptures.
Small scale work includes sculpture and conceptually-based toys and products designed to encourage creativity, play, and enhance perceptual awareness.