Charlotte Miller

Charlotee Miller uses approximately 350,000 Japanese glass beads to create one of her baskets. She begins with a wire warp on her loom and picks up a bead, threads it on the weft; each bead is woven in one at a time. The process is slow and meditative. The result is an amazing sculptural form that comes to life.

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Charlotte Miller

Born: 1953 Cody, WY


The artist was born and raised amidst the Rocky Mountains of northwestern Wyoming. After attending college in Oregon and Texas then pursuing a career in California and Virginia, in 2010 she returned to the western mountains. While in Virginia, she became interested in fused and cast glass and spent 23 years attending classes at the Corning Glass Studio, Pilchuck and other artists’ studios and participating in local and regional exhibitions. After moving to Taos, Charlotte continued her glass art and explored fiber arts. She has been weaving glass beads and wire creating baskets since 2013 that sing in the sunlight and dance to the light of a candle.


Studies in Powder with Robert Leatherbarrow – British Columbia – Summer 2011

Studies in Powder with Robert Leatherbarrow – British Columbia – Winter 2011

Creating Imagery with Powders – Vitrum Studios – Winter 2008

Creating Wall Sconces with Erwin Timmers – Washington Glass School

Fritography with Michael Dupille – Vitrum Studios – Spring 2006

Mold Making and Kiln Casting with Linda Ethier – Spring 2005

Copper Electroforming with Jackie Greeves – Washington Glass School – Fall 2004

Glass&Metal with Tim Tate & Erwin Timmers – Washington Glass School –Winter 2003

Glass Critique with Steve Klein – Vitrum Studios – Fall 2003

Powder & Frit: Glass Canvas with Robert Leatherbarrow – Vitrum Studios – Spring 2003

Glass Techniques with Brock Craig &Avery Anderson – Vitrum Studios – Spring 2003

Casting Hollow Vessels with Seth Randall – Pilchuck Glass School – Summer 2002

Pate de Verre Casting with Anna Boothe – Rockville Arts Place – Winter 2001

Advanced Fusing with Rudi Gritsch – Corning Glass Studio – Summer 2001

Glass Fusing with Mark Ditzler – Corning Glass Studio – Winter 1999



2015   Modern Directions, Winterowd Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM

Taos Now: Art of the 21st Century, Juried Exhibition, Taos NM

2013   Taos Fall Arts Festival Select, Juried Exhibition, Taos, NM

2012   Taos Fall Arts Festival Select, Juried Exhibition, Taos, NM

Taos Glass Arts Invitational, Juried Exhibition, Taos, NM

Glass Alliance – NM Contemporary Glass Invitational, Juried Exhibition, Mill Fine        Art, Canyon Road, Santa Fe, NM

Remarkable Women of Taos, Art in Town Hall Exhibition, Taos, NM

NM Celebrates Glass, Ruidoso Council for the Arts, Juried Exhibition Ruidoso, NM,

2011   Taos Fall Arts Festival, Taos, NM

2010   Walking on Glass Tour, Taos, NM

2007   Creative Craft Council 26th Biennial Juried Exhibition, Washington, D.C.

Glass Invitational, Rossdu Gallery, Chevy Chase, MD

National Capital Art Glass Guild Annual Shows 1998 – 2007, Washington, D.C.

2006   Arts Afire Galleries, The Myriad Forms of Glass, Alexandria, VA.

2005   Greater Reston Arts Center, Reston, VA

2004   Torpedo Factory Target Gallery, Transformed by FireGlass Today, Alexandria, VA

2003   Fisher Art Gallery Invitational Exhibit, Alexandria, VA

Artisans Center of Virginia, Invitational Show of Glass Art, Waynesboro, VA

Creative Crafts Council 24th Biennial Juried Exhibition, Washington, D.C.

(Special Mention Award)