KATIE MILLER is an artist from the rolling valleys of Esterhazy, Saskatchewan and is passionate about living life in the present moment and connecting with people through her music, writing and photography.   

Singersongwriter/Recording Artist *Facebook* Katie draws on inspiration from her own life on the prairies, her songs reflecting the importance of being true to yourself and finding light out the darkness. Katie has released two folk-rock albums to date: Silverflower (2015) and A New Day (2016). "The relationship Katie has with music leaves one feeling that the music can indeed recreate the self." ~ Angela Shaffer, punchland.com (Brooklyn, NY) *Full Interview* 

Photographer *Facebook* Katie captures her love of nature and the beauty of the prairie landscape in her photos. Prints are available for purchase in various mediums, including metal, canvas and photoboard. Katie is available for bookings as a freelance photographer on location for portraits and events. "You have a special gift." I always look forward to your photos." ~ Instagram follower.

Music From The Soul  

It was an absolute pleasure to have been on Roxalana's show, "Roxy On Art," and I'm so blessed to have shared this experience with my daughter Skye, who was also a part of the interview. We talked about our passion and inspiration for the arts, as both my daughter and I are involved in many different art forms. The episode aired on Access Communications in May, and with Roxy posting all of her interviews on Youtube, it will be a keepsake for me to treasure for years to come.

Sunsets  

Me & my sunsets at the "Landscape & Memory" opening reception at the Godfrey Dean Art Gallery in Yorkton. Exhibit runs until June 16. 

Rawhides, Stenen SK - Awesome Place❤️ 

New venues are always fun to play and I had a great time performing at in Rawhides in Stenen, Saskatchewan back in February. It was awesomeness all around: the atmosphere, people and I don't even get me started on the food!!! Such a sweet spot on the prairies. I'm posting this a little late...but with this warmer weather now, it's got me thinking about summer venues -  looking forward to returning to Rawhides this summer with my band where we'l be entertaining the crowd in the outdoors on their fantastic deck☀️🎸🎶

 

 

Best Singalong💞 

I was honoured to have performed for the Prairie Women On Snowmobiles Fundraiser for cancer on February 5 in Esterhazy, SK. What an amazing group of ten brave women that shared their own personal story of their battle with cancer with the crowd. It was a feel-good night in witnessing the bond these women have with each other, and I am blessed to have been a part of these special evening. The evening closed with the best singalong, with the ladies joining arm and arm, and singing along to our cover of the classic Four Non Blondes tune, "What's Up." It was an awesome ending to an awesome evening with these awesome women👏

"My Saskatchewan" Exhibit - McAlpine Studios 

Here’s a pic of a couple of my canvas prints displayed at McAlpine Studios for the “My Saskatchewan” exhibit. I attended a lovely opening reception earlier this month and enjoyed discussions among other artists and photographers about their work. Be sure to stop by & have a look at the beauty of the prairies embraced by local artists at this fantastic gallery in my hometown of Esterhazy, Saskatchewan.

 

FLOWERS ON THE SUN is my favourite song on my album, A New Day, and was inspired by a note my son wrote when he was four years old, which consisted solely of those four words. I thought it was beautiful and called it his first poem. I saved the note and years later, I formed this song about nature, the environment, and how humankind must be proactive in protecting this beautiful planet for many generations to come.

FLOWERS ON THE SUN is my favourite song on my album, A New Day, and was inspired by a note my son wrote when he was four years old, which consisted solely of those four words. I thought it was beautiful and called it his first poem. I saved the note and years later, I formed this song about nature, the environment, and how humankind must be proactive in protecting this beautiful planet for many generations to come.

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