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About Dianna Thornhill Miller


Dianna Thornhill Miller is  a nationally known artist from the Midwest.  She is an accomplished artist who has exhibited widely and created hundreds of commissioned works of art located in public and corporate settings, cultural environments and private collections in the United States, Europe, and Asia. Dianna was the first woman artist to have a solo exhibition in the Fort Wayne Museum of Art in Indiana, and a large-scale steel sculpture she created is in the Museum’s permanent collection.
 As a major sculptor in the fiber art movement, in 1983 she was the only American invited to exhibit at the Salon d’Automne in the Grand Palais in Paris (annual exhibition of internationally recognized, important new art), and was also invited to be a presenter and exhibitor at the International Association of Women Architects’ symposium, “Art Related to the Child”, at the Palais des Congres, in Paris. In 2000, Dianna was selected to create “Diversity, Unity, Community”, the piece of art (located in the City County Building) commemorating and celebrating the turn-of-the-century for Fort Wayne.
 Among her important permanent installations are works in the Sears Tower (Chicago), and projects executed for the corporate headquarters of Kaiser Permanente (Los Angeles), Magnavox (D.C.), Blue Cross (Indianapolis), Mobil Oil (Virginia), NIPSCO, GTE, IBM, GE, Lincoln National Corp., as well, as Fox Island County Park, Fort Wayne Performing Arts Center, Yale University, the Honeywell Center, and for Huntington, Lutheran, Parkview, and Duke Memorial hospitals. Her work can also be found in banks, schools, art centers and libraries in California, Indiana, Ohio and Illinois.

Currently, Dianna is working on public sculpture for Parkview Field in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The sculpture is highly stylized flower representing Fort Wayne's commitment to the arts.  You may learn  about the project at the New Bloom web site.



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