The Unspoken Word - Stuart McAlpine Miller

December 14, 2015

The Unspoken Word - Stuart McAlpine Miller

The Unspoken Word Stuart McAlpine colelction

We are pleased to announce we have the new exclusive collection 'the Unspoken Word' by acclaimed artist Stuart McAlpine Miller now on display in the gallery. 

The Unspoken Word collection

This new collection consists of six images in the artist’s signature style, combining seductive supermodels alongside brightly coloured cartoon characters for multi-layered works of art which will be interpreted differently by each viewer.

The release comes at a busy time for Stuart, who is currently working on a number of international projects including preparations for his debut US show at Hoerle-Guggenheim, New York due to take place next year. Hailed as the artist to invest in by esteemed art critic Estelle Lovatt, Stuart McAlpine Miller’s artistic career is going from strength to strength.



 “Both words and art are open to interpretation. I want viewers to try to de-code the ‘unspoken word’ being conveyed in the paintings, reading their own stories into the connection between the characters used and the images there are overlaid against.”  - Stuart McAlpine Miller





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