Keith Miller

Canadian artist living in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.This is a blog about my life, my travels and my work.....

Landscape near Yangshou, China by Keith Miller
Collage, watercolor, 13.75in. by 5in.

Landscape near Yangshou, China by Keith Miller

Collage, watercolor, 13.75in. by 5in.

Pearl River, (Zhu Jiang), near Yangshou, China, by Keith Miller
Chalk pastel,graphite, 13.75in. by 5in.

Pearl River, (Zhu Jiang), near Yangshou, China, by Keith Miller

Chalk pastel,graphite, 13.75in. by 5in.

Southern China by Keith Miller
Collage, watercolor, 13.75in. by 5in.

Southern China by Keith Miller

Collage, watercolor, 13.75in. by 5in.

Yangshou, China by Keith Miller
Pen and ink, 7in. by 5in.

Yangshou, China by Keith Miller

Pen and ink, 7in. by 5in.

Green Lotus Peak Wine House, Yangshou, China by Keith Miller
Graphite, 13.75in. by 5in.

Green Lotus Peak Wine House, Yangshou, China by Keith Miller

Graphite, 13.75in. by 5in.

"Hard Seat"; On the Train from Liuzhou to Nanning, China by Keith Miller
Chalk pastel, graphite, 8in. by 5in.

"Hard Seat"; On the Train from Liuzhou to Nanning, China by Keith Miller

Chalk pastel, graphite, 8in. by 5in.

Stone Masons, Yangshou, China by Keith Miller
Graphite, 7in. by 5in.

Stone Masons, Yangshou, China by Keith Miller

Graphite, 7in. by 5in.

Southern China by Keith Miller
Graphite, ink, 13.75in. by 5in.

A variety of sketches done in restaurants and hotel rooms in southern China.

Southern China by Keith Miller

Graphite, ink, 13.75in. by 5in.

A variety of sketches done in restaurants and hotel rooms in southern China.

"Hey Keith have to say your tumblr is my new favourite, your work is so wonderfully tactile and detailed."

Asked by stewartjohnsonillustration

Thanx, Stewart for that comment…..I’m looking forward to following your blog, that is, seeing more of your interesting drawings!

I can’t remember where on Hainan Island I did the sketch on the right hand side of this double spread but on the left is an impromptu sketch of myself.that a young artist wanted to add to my sketchbook. Quite a crowd had gathered by the time he had finished. Nice of him to be so flattering, too. Maybe if one of my followers reads Chinese they can give me the translation of his caption.

I can’t remember where on Hainan Island I did the sketch on the right hand side of this double spread but on the left is an impromptu sketch of myself.that a young artist wanted to add to my sketchbook. Quite a crowd had gathered by the time he had finished. Nice of him to be so flattering, too. Maybe if one of my followers reads Chinese they can give me the translation of his caption.