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Urban Artist Market

As Event Manager and artist CJ Miller will be one among more than 60 locally-sourced artists at the premiere opening of the Urban Artist Market scheduled for May 10-11, 2019.

This two day event will feature locally-sourced art, sculpture, pottery, jewelry, libations and desserts that are hand-crafted and presented by the local artisan community.

Urban Artist Market

Previous Events

Second Annual Booze and Buy

Featuring a variety of new mixed-media works of Christopher John Miller.


October 14th, 2017
7237 Tangleglen Drive
Dallas, TX 75248


7 p.m. until 11 p.m.


Wine, beer and light appetizers served.


Credit cards accepted.

ll the Beauty and Worth He Sees
“All the beauty and worth he sees” by Christopher J. Miller

Beatnik Dude

CJMiller art featured at Junction Craft + Kitchen
Exhibit runs May 11-September 30, 2017
2901 Elm Street in Deep Ellum
Dallas, Texas


Please join me for an opening reception featuring my newest work with live music performed by singer/songwriter Willy Welch, complimentary champagne and light bites.


Opening Reception


Thursday, May 11, 2017
5:00 – 7:00 pm


Everyone welcome!

Beatnik Dude
Beatnik Dude
Chef Harmon
Chef Harmon serves up some tasty bites.

Resonate Exhibit

Preview Reception with Light Refreshments

Thursday, March 12, 2015 | 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Open to the public from March 4 through April 19, 2015


cjmiller returned to WaterTower Theatre as the 2015 “Out of the Loop Fringe Festival” featured artist. He featured new pieces in the resonate series as well as some pieces from his square one series.


The art preview reception was open to the public on Thursday, March 12 and included complimentary light refreshments. The reception and festival were held at the WaterTower Theatre on Addison Road, north of Beltline.

Radiant Orchid
Radiant Orchid
Framed 40.75″ wide x 60.75″ tall
Original Sold
Reproduction $350
Resonate preview reception

Works on Paper

Opening Reception with Light Refreshments
Saturday, September 20, 2015 | 6:00 -10:00 p.m.
The Small Gallery
the gallery at midtown


Gallery at Midtown represents established and emerging artists in the Dallas art community. A place for creative and innovative programming, the Gallery provides a schedule of art-related opportunities allowing both the seasoned fine artist and new talent to thrive.


Conceived from a need to infuse our community with art and involve the public on a personal level, Gallery at Midtown has arisen from our rich cultural heritage of vibrant artist-led communities.

Split Down the Middle
Split Down the Middle
Framed 40.75″ wide x 60.75″ tall
Original Available
Reproduction $350

Summer Colors Art Show

Mr. Miller is proud to have once again donated a painting (“Tangerine Summer”) to the Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children Summer Colours special event.


Summer Colors is an idea born out of passion for both art and the patients of Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children. Founded in 2009 by Jenny and Loren Koziol, and Jill and Dupree Scovell, the silent art auction raises awareness about TSRHC while exposing the Dallas community to local artists.


Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children is one of the nation’s leading pediatric centers for the treatment of orthopedic conditions, certain related neurological disorders and learning disorders. The annual Summer Colors event provides a unique opportunity for artists to make a difference in the lives of TSRHC patients.

Tangerine Summer
Tangerine Summer
Framed 40.75″ wide x 60.75″ tall
Original Sold
Reproduction $240

Square One Exhibit

Opening Reception with Refreshments
Friday, September 6, 2013
Open to the Public August 28, 2013 through September 25, 2013


The square one exhibit featured 20 new works by cjmiller.


The exhibit and opening were held at the chic urban gallery Visit Addison. Photos of the event can be seen on the CJMiller Art Facebook page.




Framed 28.5″ wide x 36.5″ tall
Original Sold
Reproduction $300
Square One opening September 6, 2013.

Preview of Select Square One Works

A preview of select pieces from the “square one” show were exhibited at the Stage West Gallery


Exhibit: July 5, 2013 – August 11, 2013


Stage West Gallery West Wall

821 West Vickery Blvd

Fort Worth, TX 76104

Framed 28.5″ wide x 36.5″ tall
Original Sold
Reproduction $300

12 Works in 12 Exhibit

Open to the Public

March 1 through March 10, 2012


The 12 works in 12 exhibit featured works by cjmiller at the 2012 Out of the Loop Fringe Festival at WaterTower Theatre in Addison, Texas, and was extended through the August: Osage County show.

30.25″ wide by 36.5″ tall
(framed original on 4ply 500 Series Vellum Bristol)
Original Sold
Reproduction $160

Silence Between the Sounds

Reception with Light Refreshments


March 2, 2011 | 6:00pm to 8:00pm


Open to the public March 2 through April 30, 2011


The Silence Between the Sounds exhibit featured works by cjmiller at the 2011 Out of the Loop Fringe Festival at WaterTower Theatre in Addison, Texas.


Reception photos can be viewed at the cjmiller art Facebook page.

Silence Between the Sounds
Silence Between the Sounds
24″ wide by 36″ tall
Original Sold
Reproduction: $150
Silence Between the Sounds reception

Starry Night Exhibit

Starry Night” series by cjmiller was featured during the 2009 Out of the Loop Fringe Festival at WaterTower Theatre in Addison, Texas.


Artists’ Statement:


several months ago, while waiting for an appointment, i read an interesting article in national geographic which discussed the disappearance of stars in the city skyline.  of course, they’re still present, but the massive amounts of incandescent lighting being used in our urban skies is shielding them from our view.


i chose starry nights for the name of this exhibit for two reasons: one, because i always have been and will continue to be in awe of our nighttme sky.  the majesty and detail is breathtaking and calls me to sit, stare and reflect on the magnificence of the universe.  second, because the “loss of our stars” carries a deeper metaphysical meaning for me. i believe that this story is a metaphor for our connection to source and our true passions. the artificial lighting represents all the distractions of today’s world. often we find too many inner voices clamoring for our attention. pulling us back from focus. so many, in fact, that we lose sight of our north star:

“The north star has been historically used for navigation, both to find the direction of north and to determine latitude. It has been used by lost campers to find their way back home.”


it’s a challenge to maintain your focus and align yourself with your true calling in this sometimes overwhelming era. each painting in this series is stylistically unique.  but each painting has one thing in common: they were all created while i was consciously maintaining my connection to source. perhaps someday my work will filter down to one or two stylized looks. or perhaps, like the starry night, it will continue to change, to sparkle, to reveal new light.