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The Journey of a Thousand Miles Begins with One Step. - Lao Tzu


Take a Ride on the
Emotional RollerCoaster

CJ Miller's art and music immersive solo exhibition is open to the public from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. from August 30 through September 24 at the Charles W. Eisemann Center in Richardson, Texas. Attendance is free.

To further enhance the experience, visitors are encouraged to bring Airpods or listening devices and download the Spotify application on their phones before arriving. A Spotify QR code will be provided on-site to access the specific playlist accompanying the exhibition. 

Use the link below to learn more details about the Emotional RollerCoaster experience.

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How would you feel to discover your authentic skills and talents and use them within your studio and personal life?  Artist, Writer, and Speaker Christopher Miller shares his process through his book, "The Spiritual Artist" and podcast, "The Spiritual Artist Podcast."

  • The Spiritual Artist Texas 3-Day Retreat
    The Spiritual Artist Texas 3-Day Retreat
    Sun, Nov 05
    Nov 05, 4:00 PM CST – Nov 08, 11:00 AM CST
    Pottsboro, 269 Methodist Ln, Pottsboro, TX 75076, USA
    Nov 05, 4:00 PM CST – Nov 08, 11:00 AM CST
    Pottsboro, 269 Methodist Ln, Pottsboro, TX 75076, USA
    Art and reflection! I want to extend a personal invitation to you for my Spiritual Artist Retreat scheduled for November 5-8 at the Prothro Retreat Center at Lake Texoma.

"Chris’ Spiritual Artist Workshop was beautifully inspiring with meditations, discussions and drawing activities. I took away tools to help me with my painting and my everyday life. My favorite meditation, “What do I offer the world that is unique to me?” opened my eyes to see what my gifts are and that I need to share them with the world."

Melanie Brannan, Dallas

About CJMiller & his art.

American Art Critic Harold Rosenberg began using the term “Action painting” to become later known as Abstract Expressionism. Rosenberg believed that abstract painting was a recording of an event in time more than an actual image; a depiction of the mind itself. I choose to call my work “Spiritual Expressionism,” not because it tries to depict spiritual scenes but because it is a recording of my spiritual experience through line, texture, and composition. For more information and to purchase my art, follow @CJMillerart on Instagram and Facebook.

"These paintings are the result of this co-creative experience with something greater. A larger power. Whatever name you choose to call this larger power is not important. What is important is that we practice aligning with this source every moment, every day. I’ve taken this practice outside the studio and into my daily life."

With my process, I've learned to uncover many different aspects of my Creative DNA and have several series of my work. Below are some of my favorite paintings. View my Portfolio Series subpages in the main menu for more information. I believe that everyone has a unique voice that needs to be expressed creatively. As an artist, author and speaker, I share my techniques and journey in my book, "The Spiritual Artist," available on Amazon.

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7237 Tangleglen Drive

Dallas, TX 75248





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