Brough Miller

John was born on April 4, 1933 in Emerson Township, Michigan, attended Michigan public schools, and served in the Navy before earning a BS in Education in 1960 from Central Michigan University, As he was seeking a degree in Economics, he had to take an Art class to graduate and discovered his true passion, receiving his Masters of Fine Arts in 1964 from the Cranbrook Academy of Art in Michigan.
In 1968 he also earned his certification from the Industrial Welding Trade School
in Dallas, Texas.
Miller spent 30 years as a Professor of Ceramics and Sculpture at Texas Woman’s University (1964-1992) where he was Chairman of Visual Arts, and a member of the Graduate School Faculty and was named Professor Emeritus
in 1992.
His work can be seen all over the Dallas area (Richland College, Northlake College, Dallas Public Library, Valley House Gallery, etc) as well as at the Los Angeles Airport, Florida State University, and the University of Missouri.