David Miller
Angling and Wildlife Art
All images on this site are © David Miller. All rights reserved.

News & Events

As  

you  

can  

see  

David  

Miller

Art  

has  

had  

a  

facelift.

The  

mothballing  

of  

our  

old  

software  

has  

meant

that  

Lisa  

has  

had  

to  

look  

elsewhere  

for  

a  

user  

friendly  

platform.  

  

Hopefully  

this  

new  

site  

will  

work

much better for our many mobile users.

At  

the  

moment  

only  

my  

main  

site  

has  

been  

overhauled.  

The  

print  

site  

requires  

a  

great  

deal  

more

work but that is very much in the pipeline.

Our  

biggest  

news  

of  

2017  

was  

that  

after

15  

happy  

years  

we  

had  

to  

leave  

Nyth

Gwdi Hw. 

Sadly,  

due  

to  

ill  

health,  

our  

landlord  

had

to  

sell,  

but  

happily  

we  

have  

found  

a  

new

home that we can finally call ours.

The  

best  

news  

of  

all  

is  

that  

I  

am  

now

much  

closer  

to  

all  

my  

favourite  

places,

particularly  

Bosherston  

Lily  

Ponds  

and

Freshwater  

West.  

I  

can’t  

wait  

to  

explore

the delights of Pembrokeshire further.

We  

miss  

our  

little  

valley  

but  

we  

have

many    

happy    

memories    

and    

are    

so

thankful  

that  

our  

two  

children  

had  

the

good fortune to grow up there.

August 2017

August  

saw  

a  

repeat  

of  

a  

piece  

I  

recorded  

with  

the

BBC in 2015 for the One Show.

During May of that year I spent a day filming puffins with Miranda Krestovnikoff in which we discussed my painting and my methods of getting closer to these colourful hunters in the water. Although I’ve worked with the BBC before it still amazes me how much effort and filming goes into the production of perhaps five minutes air time. I had a thoroughly enjoyable day with a great production team. You can watch the piece here:

Another  

piece  

I  

did  

for  

the  

BBC  

was  

back  

in  

the  

 

Autumn   

of   

2010.   

I   

was   

asked   

to   

take   

part   

in

Autumnwatch  

as  

part  

of  

Iolo  

William’s  

quest  

for

Welsh  

Sea  

trout.  

 

The  

fish  

were  

pretty  

camera  

shy

on  

the  

day  

and  

it  

didn’t  

help  

that  

due  

to  

health  

and

safety  

regulations  

we  

had  

to  

snorkel  

rather  

than

dive.  

Still.  

It  

was  

a  

great  

piece  

and  

I  

met  

some

very   

dedicated   

and   

knowledgeable   

film   

makers

over the few days we spent together.

FAQ
T&C
Angling and Wildlife Art
David Miller
All images on this site are © David Miller. All rights reserved.

News & Events

As  

you  

can  

see  

David  

Miller  

Art  

has  

had  

a  

facelift.

The  

mothballing  

of  

our  

old  

software  

has  

meant  

that

Lisa  

has  

had  

to  

look  

elsewhere  

for  

a  

user  

friendly

platform.  

  

Hopefully  

this  

new  

site  

will  

work  

much

better for our many mobile users.

At   

the   

moment   

only   

my   

main   

site   

has   

been

overhauled.

The  

print  

site  

requires  

a  

great  

deal  

more

work but that is very much in the pipeline.

Our   

biggest   

news   

of   

2017   

was   

that   

after   

15

happy years we had to leave Nyth Gwdi Hw. 

Sadly,  

due  

to  

ill  

health,  

our  

landlord  

had  

to  

sell,

but  

happily  

we  

have  

found  

a  

new  

home  

that  

we

can finally call ours.

The  

best  

news  

of  

all  

is  

that  

I  

am  

now  

much  

closer

to  

all  

my  

favourite  

places,  

particularly  

Bosherston

Lily  

Ponds  

and  

Freshwater  

West.  

I  

can’t  

wait  

to

explore the delights of Pembrokeshire further.

We  

miss  

our  

little  

valley  

but  

we  

have  

many  

happy

memories   

and   

are   

so   

thankful   

that   

our   

two

children had the good fortune to grow up there.

September 2017

August 2017

August  

saw  

a  

repeat  

of  

a  

piece  

I  

recorded  

with  

the

BBC in 2015 for the One Show.

During May of that year I spent a day filming puffins with Miranda Krestovnikoff in which we discussed my painting and my methods of getting closer to these colourful hunters in the water. Although I’ve worked with the BBC before it still amazes me how much effort and filming goes into the production of perhaps five minutes air time. I had a thoroughly enjoyable day with a great production team. You can watch the piece here:

Another  

piece  

I  

did  

for  

the  

BBC  

was  

back  

in  

the  

 

Autumn   

of   

2010.   

I   

was   

asked   

to   

take   

part   

in

Autumnwatch  

as  

part  

of  

Iolo  

William’s  

quest  

for

Welsh  

Sea  

trout.  

 

The  

fish  

were  

pretty  

camera  

shy

on  

the  

day  

and  

it  

didn’t  

help  

that  

due  

to  

health  

and

safety  

regulations  

we  

had  

to  

snorkel  

rather  

than

dive.  

Still.  

It  

was  

a  

great  

piece  

and  

I  

met  

some

very   

dedicated   

and   

knowledgeable   

film   

makers

over the few days we spent together.

FAQ
T&C