Ana Miller

Under the Radar, Intermission (Fly With Me)

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Ana studied photography, art and design as part of Visual Communications at UTS and has a Fine Arts Diploma from the Sydney Institute of TAFE, as well as completing a 10-week studio lighting course with the ACP. Inspired by artist’s such as Edward Keinholz for his grand & thought-provoking sculpture works, one in particular ‘The Merry-Go-World Or Begat By Chance’ and the Wonder Horse Trigger’ (co made with his wife Nancy). To Audrey Beardsley, for his highly detailed black and white illustrations of Victorian settings, people and clothes.


Immersed in handed down, to then purchased Black+White and i-D magazine’s at a young age from Ana’s sister, feed her passions in the visual arts, to fashion and music. Seeing how photographer’s captured people and dressed them out of the ordinary was Ana’s thing, and still is.

Ana’s love of colour, texture and vintage wares was developed after visits to her grandmother Glady’s house in historic Maitland, NSW. The beauty of the shot silk turquoise curtains, ornate picture frames, porcelain dolls with pull-strings to talk.

In her studio space, Ana draws on and has reinvented her own wonderland, with some help from the original book of Lewis Carroll. Both surreal and dark lashings are within her studio space, The Lair. Artworks, such as ‘The Dolls House’ are an evolving landscape of the ornate to the bizarre. Sprawling art and design with details galore.

Ana Miller


04 1188 8288

Size of Work 1 (Under the Radar):
41.5cm x 33.5cm x 3cm

Size of Work 2 (Intermission (Fly With Me)):
59cm x 38cm x 3cm


  • Hawkesbury Remakery, October 22 to June 2023
  • The Purple Noon Gallery, opened by Daniel Browning (from ABC’s Radio National)
    September 2020.
  • UTS, Visual Communications, end of year final works 2005
  • Meadowbank TAFE, end of year final works 2002


Ana has worked for high profile companies, as a photographer, graphic and set designer for theatre, film, TV & events. Highlights include:-

  • Art Director for the short film ‘Prada Handbag’, directed by Stuart Vauvert (which won the Audience Award at the Mardi Gras Film Festival in 2007).
  • Production Designer for ‘Emergence’ a multimedia production, at the Sydney Opera House and the Canberra Street Theatre in 2007.
  • ‘Peek Show’ – Art on The Rocks, Arthouse Film Festival (Producer, Director, Production Designer, co Costume Designer) in 2006