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"harbor view" by Dyan McClimon-Miller: canvas. Encaustic wax, paper & gold leaf image. prominent colors are dark violets, black, and gold.

“harbor view”

Artist: Dyan McClimon-Miller, Jamaica Plain

Description: 12” x 12” canvas. Encaustic wax, paper & gold leaf

Artist Statement: I have tried to break down the barrier of persons with multiple sclerosis not being able to create freely and expresses themselves equally to the standards of other fine artists.

About the Artist:

Dyan McClimon-Miller

Professor Emerita

Massachusetts College of Art & Design

Boston, Massachusetts

Received her M.A. and M.F.A. in Studio Art from the University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa and received her B.A. from Saint Ambrose College, Davenport, Iowa in Fine Art.

Lives in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts with her husband, Scott Miller. She adapts to living with multiple sclerosis with help from Scott, with the extraordinary care and treatment provided by the Brigham and Women’s Multiple Sclerosis Center, and by making and teaching art.

Dyan McClimon-Miller makes works of art in encaustic wax with paper and mixed media works on paper. Now retired, she taught Handmade Made Paper and Book at Mass College Art and Design with supportive accommodations and a positive attitude.

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