Pittsburgh Society of Illustrators


Leda Miller

Leda’s home and studio overlook a little patch of woods in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, where she lives with her husband and dog. She paints in oils and watercolor, but has worked digitally for illustration. Leda also writes children’s books and graphic novels. Ms. Miller’s art has won many awards in international and local exhibits, including the Juror’s Award at the Butler Institute of American Art, and the Heinz History Center with the Pittsburgh Society of Illustrators. Her lifetime attraction to tiny things led her to miniature painting, with subjects ranging from eye portraits, people, animals and birds, to historical images. Interestingly, she rejects the standard miniature technique of cross hatch, dons her jeweler’s visor and employs the same methods used in her larger paintings, but diminutive. Tiny painting - tiny brushes - tiny brush strokes. It’s Leda's favorite genre, stemming from her childhood when all her toys fit in a shoe box.


Prints can be purchased of her work through Fine Art America. To purchase original paintings or signed books, contact Leda via email: leda@mailfence.com


Canonsburg, Pennsylvania 15317-2467

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  • Book
  • Children
  • Comics
  • Fantasy/Science Fiction
  • Nature
  • Portrait


  • Animals
  • Books
  • Cartoons
  • Children
  • Graphite Pencil
  • Line Art
  • Oils
  • Pen and Ink
  • Posters
  • Religious
  • Storyboard
  • Watercolor
  • Mixed Media
  • Pittsburgh
  • Education