Yvette Miller is an artist born and raised in London and is of Jamaican heritage. As a woman of colour her work challenges the historical and present-day Eurocentric social construct of abstract art practitioners. Her art practice continues to evolve and explore the pictorial language of geometric abstraction.
Most of her work is inspired by her faith and the stories that unfold within life experiences that often create complex human emotions and responses.
Depth and foreground, the accumulation of vibrant hues of colour, coupled with mark making and varying textures, forms the foundation of her artwork. Each piece that she creates is a visual narrative between light and dark and the departure of emotional reality, as each geometrical component takes on an alternative and often underrepresented human response to common life occurrences.