Miller Pope was born and raised in South Carolina but ventured north after World War II. After a successful career as a professional artist and illustrator in New York, he headed back south landing in Ocean Isle Beach where he pursued art for art’s sake creating numerous works depicting the beaches and wildlife of North Carolina’s barrier islands.These local beach prints perfect for decorating a home at the beach.
He studied figure drawing at the Corcoran School of Art in Washington, D.C., at the Art Students League in New York City.
His works have appeared on novel covers and in major magazines. He was elected to the Society of Illustrators in 1957.
With his wife, Helen, he moved south in the 1970s and worked to develop The Winds Resort Beach Club and Sea Trail Golf Resort on the Southeastern North Carolina coast.
Here are a few of Miller Pope’s Coastal North Carolina paintings.
“If I wasn’t creating something, I’d go crazy. I’m happiest when I’m drawing, but now I find writing creative.”
Read our related article about the Miller Pope in our Island Life People section: The Life & Art Of Miller Pope
Paper Giclées: All prints fit standard frames, allowing for a self- framing option.
5×7 (Image 4×6 with white around and title).
8×10 (Image size 5×7 with white around and title).
11×14 (Image size 6×9 with white around and title).
16×20 (Image size 10×14 with white around and title).
18×24 (Image Size 12×18 with white around and title).
24×36 (Poster size) has a 20×32 image with 2” of white around the image containing the title.
All paper prints are titled and signed digitally by Miller Pope.