ANNE RYAN MILLER
Warm wishes and welcome to the website for Anne Ryan Miller Glass Studio. Within these pages, I offer you a sampling of my work ranging from residential, commercial, sacred spaces to one-of-a-kind pieces. My work features a technique that I refer to as copper overlay. I pioneered this technique in 1978 while a member/owner of a glass cooperative gallery in Bloomington, IN. I hope that you will find your experience rewarding, interesting and most of all enjoyable!
Featured Art piece
Egret in Silhouette · Sanibel Island
Archival Ink on Canvas
20" x 26" (framed size/black frame)
now $75 (original price $125)
The featured art piece is offered at this discounted price
for a limited time only.
Current Work Available
I am excited to get to know you and help you find the right piece
for your home or office. And remember, I can custom design
anything for your specific interests.
Below are the works I currently have available.
Please contact me with any questions and for a price including shipping.
I will then send a SQUARE invoice to you to finalize your purchase.
You can contact me at 812-325-7485 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The technique I work with is so unusual, that I like to explain it to people who have not seen my work in person—this will give you a better idea of what I do. The images I’ve included on my website are representative of my work, but I have many more designs and styles than those shown.
The designs on my metal overlay and non-metal overlay pages are part of my limited production line. They are not numbered as in prints but have a very limited production life. You can order a design as shown or with any color combination of glass, and/or you can order something that is a modification of any shown design.
You can also request custom designing specifically with your needs in mind. This can be related to designs shown or can be a unique concept.
"I own three styles of Anne's work and love them all. The lamp constantly gets compliments and sheds a nice glow and is a conversation piece at parties and intimate gatherings. My husband gave me one of the metal pond scenes in lovely pinks and yellows. It is one of the first things I see in the morning and last at night and adds a bit of calming tranquility if I take the time to contemplate it. My favorite piece is the blowing oak leaves in subtle colors that hang in a long window up our stairway, framed behind by real oak trees. It is a wonderful testament to how art and nature can and do go together."