Ali Miller is a narrative painter whose recent work explores such themes as the fear of the unknown and the phenomenon of perfection. Ali was raised in New York and received her BFA from Alfred University. After graduation, Ali attended the Chautauqua Art Institute for two summers. She continued to build on her technique by enrolling in classical painting courses at the New York Academy of Art. In 2010, Ali was accepted to the Maryland Institute College of Art as the recipient of the Hoffberger Fellowship Award, where she received her MFA. Ali has exhibited in New York, Baltimore, Washington D.C., Toronto, and Florence, Italy. She recently received the Best in Show Prize at the Bethesda Painting Awards and is now represented by Connersmith Gallery in Washington DC. Ali’s work can also be found in the private collections of the Bendit and Palash families in New York City and the Rubenstein Collection in Boca Raton, Florida.