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About the Artist - George E. Miller II


My name is George Miller; I am a Child Advocacy Artist. I have devoted the past 20 years of my life to creating artwork that advocates for the education and well being of children. All of my artwork is hand drawn and hand painted. I am a self taught artist.

I have been commissioned to create works of art by numerous child advocacy organizations across the country. The Child Welfare League of America, The National Youth at Risk Association, The American Association of School Social Workers, The Federation of Families, The Utah Comprehensive Counseling Association, The Florida Coalition for Children and the Florida Network of Child Advocacy Centers to name a few. Almost every piece of artwork on this website has been commissioned by some agency or organization working in support of children.

I love to create artwork that is meaningful and helpful. My artwork addresses issues such as literacy, dropout prevention, child abuse prevention, mental health and autism. I wish to inspire teachers, social workers, parents and grandparents, mentors and politicians. If a piece of my artwork encourages someone to share even one extra moment with a child that otherwise may have been overlooked than my artwork has served its purpose.

I hope that other artist around the country will be inspired to use their talents to help people. Positive visual images help people to become tolerant of other people and conditions they don’t quite understand. They provide a unique opportunity for you to see what could and often should be. Visual images inspire people into action and help them to remember what their hearts already know.

Allow me to paint a picture for you of a world where artist of all mediums create works of art that address the issues that plague our society. Giant, bright and colorful murals adorn all of our nation’s cities encouraging unity and diversity. Our buildings are adorned in murals that salute our educators, doctors and nurses, police and firemen, social workers and psychologist. Schools and Universities are filled with art that inspires the spirit of learning. Statues around all the major cities that give hope to the homeless, raise the spirits of the poor and foster environments of love and peace.

As an artist I feel I have the power to change the world! If you are an artist consider creating a work of art that helps lift the spirit of a child or encourages the people that work tirelessly to advocate for our children.



Invite George E. Miller, II to be a Guest Speaker



There is nothing wrong with creating art for art’s sake.  However, George Miller believes he has been led by the spirit to use his talent to advocate for children. “I use my gift to encourage students to stay in school, to salute the adults that stand up for our children and to make visible the love that exists but cannot always be seen,” says George. Among his many illustrations over the years, George’s artwork addresses a range of important issues related to children such as: education, foster care, autism, character education, leadership and dropout prevention. Your support will help bring attention to his work as a Child Advocacy Artist.


As an invited speaker at conferences and local schools, George’s lively presentations focus on the benefits of the creative process, as well as our individual ability to self-determine a lifetime of successful living. Fees vary depending on location and length of presentation. For more information call Artfigures at (661) 609-1404. To view photos of worskshops and presentations, visit the media page.



Commemorative Illustrations



All of the artwork you see on this website has been commissioned by organizations. Each piece is unique, illustrating the theme of their respective event with a common thread—children. Moreover, the titles of many of the illustrations (such as, “Going to Bat for Our Children,” “We Love to Read” and “Our Children, Our World, Our Future”) are the actual themes of the conferences they were created for.


Artist George E. Miller II would love to create a work of art for your next conference.  The process is simple and is designed to give your organization an opportunity to either earn all of its money back or make a profit! Our calendar fills very quickly so lock in your request early.  We only accept 2 commissioned requests per month. 




How much does it cost?


Option 1) Choose An exisiting Illustration from the “Gallery” Page

Choose an existing illustration from the “Gallery” Page. If you choose a piece of artwork from the gallery on the website, your cost will depend on what it is you are using the artwork for and the quantity you plan on printing. Prices start at $750.00 . All copyright laws apply.


Option 2) Commisssion an original work of art

If you would like to commission an original work of art created specifically for your organization, your cost will depend on the length of time your illustration will take to complete, how the artwork is being used, and the quantity you plan on printing. Prices start at $1,500.00 . All copyright laws apply. Your organization will need to book custom commissions at least 3 months in advance. We like to complete the artwork 2 or 3 months before your event. That will give you time to meet your own printing needs.


For more information call (904) 521-4059 or Artfigures at (661) 609-1404.

 

El Mundo Es Mio: The World Is Mine

Career Pathways

We Love To Read

Going to Bat For Kids

Our Children, Our World, Our Future!

It’s Cool To Have Character

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