Judith Ann Miller and David Dauncey
Oct 10 - Dec 31, 2023
Judith Ann Miller and David Dauncey have made a home together in Arizona for nearly 30 years. This exhibition centers on objects and places that say “home” to them now.
Two artists with a passion for deep history and art refer to “home” by using personal imagery and family memories. Judith Ann Miller is a fifth-generation Arizonan from a family of migrant farmers and ranch workers. Her husband, David Dauncey, is a seventh-generation Brit from Bromsgrove, England. These full-time artists have made a home together here in Arizona for nearly 30 years, raising their two children.
After three decades in Miller’s native land, they are considering relocating to Dauncey’s home country. Each of these artists reference their personal and long ancestral histories in the artwork they produce. How will a continental change of residence affect what their artwork says and looks like? This exhibition centers on objects and places that say “home” to them now.
Library Creatives: Keepsake Boxes
with Artist Judith Ann Miller
Wednesday, Dec 6, 4 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
No matter where we go in life, we all try to keep bits and pieces of home with us that we carry on to the next destination or generation. Rather than collect these invaluable items in a dusty shoe box, turn them into assemblage art that can be displayed or gifted to a loved one.