Brian Miller is best known for his brilliant hues as part of the HiFi coloring studio, but he’s also an illustrator, and the seasonally appropriate illo above will be on display at an art show at Ltd. Art Gallery in Seattle, WA. Their “A Picture’s Worth a Thousand Words” show opens November 8th and is located at 307 E. Pike St. in Seattle, WA 98122.
“Once I had the concept for the illustration utilizing the Headless Horseman as a “Ghostly Rider” I knew wanted to pay homage to the team of Gil Kane, Joe Sinnott, and John Costanza who are widely credited with creating the iconic cover to Ghost Rider #1. I really enjoyed the opportunity to reinterpret a bit of comic book history for this gallery show,” said Miller.
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