Enjoy J D Miller's LIVE Painting for Valentines

Renowned contemporary artist JD Miller is scheduled for an annual Valentine’s Day LIVE painting from 6 - 9 p.m. on February 14, 2020 at Samuel Lynne Galleries, 1105 Dragon Street in Dallas. 

This year marks the fifth year of this favored event. The performance is in Samuel Lynne Galleries' main gallery space, to incorporate the ever-increasing audience size. Viewers have the unique opportunity to witness Miller’s artistic vision at work as he utilizes color, texture, and shape to create a visual masterpiece before their eyes.

This Valentine’s Day, audiences have the opportunity to become a collector of JD Miller’s coveted artwork like never before. He is releasing a special Limited-Edition series of his "Zen Acrylic" paintings, to celebrate the passionate emotion of love. 

JD Miller began his painting career 20 years ago with a vision. Pursuing the law of attraction, with a conscious practice as a professional musician, he developed Reflectionism. Exploring other mediums, he began using oil paints, based on sensorial experiences to create the 3-Dimensional oil technique. With this 3-Dimensional oil, Miller conveys his sense of freedom, his joy in the miracle of creation, and the synchronicity of the universe. Miller’s passion for painting and his process for like-energy attracting like-energy translates the law of vibration into the energy emanating from his work.

To create, Miller calls upon the universal vibrations of light and sound to flow through him to allow for the molding of 3-Dimensional oil paint. A unique process that identifies him among other artists, Miller creates impactful, strong, enlivening canvases that take viewers on a journey as he paints.

For more information about this live painting event, call (214) 965-9027 or visit www.samuellynne.com.

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