This piece is about the objectification of women. When you first look at the piece, your eyes are purposely drawn to the woman's breasts. Then you examine the rest of the figure and get familiar with an extremely adult and formal appeal. This is contrasted against a very comedic and childish background, which her shadow (in pink) interacts with. 

This piece is on a canvas with stapled edges. A frame is recommended for display but not required.

- Stow Miller

Eyes Drawn to the Obsolete

Acrylic painting on stretched canvas

Signed on back

39.5" h x 32" w x 1" d
20 lbs. 0 oz.



Stow Miller
Spokane, Washington

Getting to Know Stow

One of UGallery’s youngest emerging artists, Stow Miller has a fresh pop aesthetic that straddles a fine line between playful and provocative. The work tackles the convoluted arena of modern sexuality and the emotional complexities of young adulthood. Stow attempts to explore the ways in which young people perceive relationships and themselves using a cheeky visual narrative. His nudes allude to the sexual undercurrents of popular culture and commercial society, all the while remaining colorfully light-hearted.