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"Glow Pop Art" Exhibit At Washington Pavilion

Rapid City artist Bob H. Miller's "Glow Pop Art" exhibit is at the Washington Pavilion's visual arts center in Sioux Falls through October 6th. This exhibit features black light paintings as well as "Scotchlife" reflective pieces. Miller's fascination with things that glow began with a seventh grade science project exploring ultraviolet light and geology. Miller is a native South Dakotan who has lived and worked here his entire professional life. He began studying art as an undergraduate at South Dakota State University in Brookings. In 1978, Miller completed his Master of Fine Arts degree at the University of North Dakota. His major emphasis was in Batik painting. American pop culture has been a strong influence throughout his career and Miller has worked in various other mediums including collage, painting and photography.