Cari Miller juggles the roles of being a mother of three children, a writer, an environmentalist and an artist all at once, and is now working in her studio in Summit Artspace.
The first thing that many people see upon arriving at her studio is an array of suns, formed into diverse shapes and painted in many colors. The suns, which are vivid and exiting, are a favorite motif for Miller. She has named her website “Sunthing Special.”
By Matthew Balsinger Anyone who has ever taken a trip through Ohio can discover one thing: Ohio is quite a depressing place. Each of our major cities is plagued with unemployment, scarred with abandoned buildings and several have also made the Forbes list of most miserable cities. This may lead many to believe we need [...]