Paige Miller is a graduate of The University of the Arts with a B.F.A. in Sculpture, 2014. During her undergrad career she interned with sculptor and National Endowment for the Arts recipient, Jeanne Jaffe, and continued to work as an assistant through the completion of her interactive installation, "Elegy for Tesla." Miller continues to study under and work for former UArts professor, John N. Phillips, who has trained her in molding and casting, art restoration, and bronze foundry work.
Combining her artistic visions and technical skill set, she is currently learning the craft of custom bicycle framebuilding as a fabricator for Bilenky Cycle Works. Aside from Miller's own personal studio work, she is always searching for commissions, freelance work, and collaborations with her most recent being the sculptor for the Philadelphia production company, Drip Symphony's Fringe Festival performance, "Shelter."
In June of 2015, Paige had a solo exhibition, "Sanctum" in the ReD Room of iMPeRFeCT Gallery in Germantown, PHL. This was accompanied by an exquisite installation of warm, calm, and soothing, blue lights in the main gallery, "Dalton, Duchamp, Do Blue" by artist and Philadelphia Dumpster Diver, Randy Dalton. Miller began volunteering for Randy along with fellow artist, Ashley Carrega, to help out at his home base and permanent installation, The Blue Grotto, at the Community Education Center in West Philadelphia. In February of 2016, when Randy passed unexpectedly, Ashley and Paige stepped up to become the caretakers and co-directors of the Grotto with the support of the CEC community. Together the two will continue Randy's vision of the Do Blue campaign and showing how important and vital art is to humanity.