Two books of photographs poems and drawings introduced and signed by the author. Karl Miller Dux Redux: Poems by friends of Karl Miller, photographs and drawings from the life of the writer and editor. Designs and decorations include a painting of the path south from Straiton, in the Scots borders, made by Karl in 1953. The hills folded, whirring collieries and mute follies.
A Pilgrim’s Shell, is a migration from one home to another. Sixty drawings in sequence celebrate the progress of a marriage, in scenes. From private to public, In another group of drawings, London Fields, the parish of Dalston is overcome with the stories of incomers.
Miller is a painter who has exhibited in the UK and with recent events he has moved between studios and learnt in the middle of life, to work however responsibly, between stations.