The Journey of 1,000 Colors

WhiteRose’s Art Features Colorful Abstract Paintings & Home Decor by Heather Miller

From 2008-2019 I sold over 170 pieces of art to clients all over the United States. I’ve shown in Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, D.C.

I have evolved as an artist over the years.  My journey began in 2008, under the name TexelGirl Art. My focus was digital art, assemblage, and sculpture.  Over time, I moved away from all 3 so I felt a name change was in order. In 2011, I became WhiteRose’s Art, a nod to my first nickname on the Internet.  My focus was on abstract painting with lots of texture and color.

In January 2019 my life changed. My husband died & I lost everything, including my studio. While I have now found myself in a very unexpected new job, which I love dearly, I don’t have space or the desire to continue to create the kind of art I had up until 2019. I’m still creating, mostly in the digital space both as abstracts and more traditional pattern design (www.WhiteRosesPatterns.com).  I am also creating some things for the farm I work at, but those pieces are more traditional & farm based.  I won’t show them here.

If you would like one of my existing pieces, they are now up for grabs for free – although donations would be greatly appreciated. Why? I love my farm job but it isn’t a high paying job and the cost of living in Northern Virginia is very high.  I’ve been paying for a small storage area since 2019 and the rent increases yearly. About half of the space is artwork so if I can get rid of that, I can downsize or eliminate that monthly expense. If no one takes my art, it will likely go to a landfill unless a charity wants it.

If you’re interested in getting free art, I’m only an email away!  Artwork can be picked up in Vienna, VA at the farm I work at, I’ll provide details when we arrange a time & date.