Stormie Mills | Willie T and Steven Guzman

May 26 2011 . 06:17pm

 

Since launching his career as a visual artist 25 years ago Stormie Mills has carved a distinctive niche for his work that has seen him showcased internationally to critical acclaim. Stormie’s work is an emotional expression of the beauty found within decay, captured within the layers of his paintings.

Along with success at his solo shows across Australia, Stormie Mills has crossed many geographic boundaries with representation in Barcelona, Berlin, Greece, London, Los Angeles, New York & Miami.

Stormie Mills has established a strong following for his unique statements on life, his imagery highlights the strength needed to continue onward in the face of adversity shining the spotlight on the superhero in all of us.

Music by Marcelo D2 – Kush
Best Of Both Worlds – Naked Truth

Directed by: Willie T
Shot by: Willie T & Steven Guzman

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Stormie Mills ADS AWR on news in Australia

October 05 2010 . 03:32am

 

Find out more at: StormieMills.com

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The Ghostvillage Project video

December 23 2009 . 04:20pm

 

The Ghostvillage Project was created over 3 days on the west coast of Scotland. 6 artists – Timid, Remi/Rough, System, Stormie Mills, Juice 126, Derm – were given free reign to paint in an abandoned 1970s village. Working together on huge collaborative walls and individually in hidden nooks and crannies all over the site the artists realised long held dreams and were inspired by the bleakness and remoteness of the site. Drawing on the history of the village the artists’ stated intent on completion of the project was to populate the ghostvillage with the art and characters that it deserved.

Find out more at: agents-of-change.co.uk

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Agents of Change – The Ghost Village Project trailer

October 17 2009 . 06:45am

 

Curated by Agents of Change – The Ghostvillage was conceived as an antidote to a world of ever increasing safety and mediocrity. Six artists were given free reign of a never inhabited village on the west coast of Scotland – working on pristine walls Remi/Rough, Stormie, System, Timid, Derm and Juice 126 have created a gallery like no other…..and finally given the village the ghosts it deserves…..

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Stormie Mills – Diction art show

August 12 2009 . 10:43pm

The Helen Gory Galerie is proud to present Diction – the first solo exhibition in Melbourne by West Australian based artist Stormie Mills opening on 16 September.

Stormie Mills launched his career as a visual artist 25 years ago, making his first mark on the art world as a 15 year old with a passion to be heard through his work.

He’s since carved a distinctive niche that has seen him sited in a global context as a highly collectable contemporary street artist.

Stormie boasts an impressive international career working across the globe producing large scale commissions and exhibitions in Barcelona, London, Tokyo, and Los Angeles.

Working predominately in a palette for grey, black and white, Stormie creates evocative characters as an expression of emotions and observations. Diction continues Stormie’s theme of examining the fragility of life.

Following on from sell-out exhibitions in 2007 and 2008, Stormie is bringing his thought provoking characters to Melbourne for the first time.

Stormie made his first mark on the art world as a teenager launching his passionate pursuit to be heard through his work. Decorating his grey urban landscape was Stormie’s version of night school and ironically breaking the law is how he got his first big break, gaining a reputation as an emerging contemporary artist.

From a misspent youth, living in a run-down warehouse with no electricity or running water, Stormie has emerged as one of the country’s most collectable street artists.

Diction is on display at Helen Gory Galeries from September 16 until October 3.

You are all invited to the opening night on Wednesday 16th September at 6.30PM.

We look forward to seeing you there!

For information or interviews please contact:
Elvira Nuic
Magenta
(08) 9228 4111
0434 066 474
elvira@magenta.net.au

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