Sharon Miller, Visual Arts Grades 6-8



Degrees and Certifications:

University of Texas at Arlington (Cume Laude) BFA Visual Arts w/ concentration in painting Certifications: Art K-12, TAEA certified juror Lunch: Conference

Sharon Miller, Visual Arts Grades 6-8

Sharon Miller is an artist and educator whose creative works include Commercial Art & Advertising, painting, installation, and community arts. Mrs. Miller has been teaching in both private and public schools since 2001.

Ms. Miller has exhibited in solo, invitational, and juried art exhibitions throughout Texas, California and Washington. She has taught workshops at both state & national level Art conferences, district professional development, initiated Art curriculum for middle schools, juried art for the Texas Art Educators Association. Ms. Miller has also served on the board and is an active member of the Arlington Arts League, Grand Prairie Art Association, mentor teacher for University of Texas at Arlington Education Program and Grand Prairie Middle School Lead visual arts teacher.

Awarded Teacher of the Year & Lifetime Achievement Award from two districts; also named Outstanding Art Educator of the Year by the Texas Art Education Association. Sharon teaches Pre AP-Visual Arts and has the distinction of 1st middle school teacher in the district whose student is ranked in the top 1% of young artists in the country by National Scholastic Arts & Writing. 

Degrees and Certifications: Assoc. of Arts in Commercial Art & Advertising - Tarrant County College, B.F.A. with Concentration in Painting – University of Texas at Arlington, Certified by the T.A.E.A. as a Visual Arts Juror.