E. Charles Miller – Universal Artist

E. Charles Miller Artist in La Grande, Oregon

E. Charles Miller, Artist, Medium, Time-traveler.

The basics. E. Charles Miller and his family moved to La Grande from Tennessee shortly after he was born. Charles has always been interested in the arts and as a young teenager began to produce drawings with great detail and accuracy, taking inspiration from various cultures such as Western Art with Native Americans.

His interests evolved to replicating ancient Egyptian and Greek Art, where he created historically accurate sculptures from clay and wood. Largely self-taught, Charles was diagnosed with a hearing disability at a young age. As a result, he does not read or write. He uses his art as a means of self-expression as well as a way to communicate. His Egyptian work has been exhibited at Cook Memorial Library in La Grande as well as at Oregon Museum of Science and Industry in Portland, OR. His artwork can be found in private collections in Portland and in California. He is currently working on a project creating costumes from the glamorous 1930s and 40s.

E. Charles Miller Classic Horror Werewolf full bust
E. Charles Miller's life-sized bust of the Wolfman from the 1941 film the Wolf Man. $2500.00
Alien Abduction Comic Book Spread
Recounting a personal experience through graphic novel form. The telling of this story has been captured on audio tape recording,
After years of visits, E. Charles Miller finally took the story to the canvas. 38 x 8x 11 oil panels
E. Charles Miller Classic Horror Busts Mummy Full shot
E. Charles Miller's life-sized bust of Boris Karloff's Mummy from the 1932 film The Mummy. $2500.00
E. Charles Miller Graphic Novel Cover Spinder
This is the first Science Fiction story that E. Charles Miller illustrated and orated. With help from Cold Coffee Media
Demon Horror Dark Edge E. Charles Miller
Drawn from memory of a vivid dream that E. Charles Miller had. More information on the narrative and development concept
Taking inspiration from the 20's -40's, Miller has been designing and bringing to life vintage patterns that he stumbles upon.
This hyper-realistic black and white oil painting is 24x21 Framed
Two in a series of “pop-out” paintings. This painting is 18×22.5 framed. Featuring the wild west.
Three in a series of "pop-out" paintings. This painting is 18x22.5 framed. Featuring the lovely bottomless cocktail waitress.