Harold K. Miller was born in 1950 and grew up in southern New Jersey. He attended Indiana University of Pennsylvania, earning a B.A in Art in 1972 and a Masters in Printmaking and Education in 1975. After surviving 32 years in the Pennsylvania public school system, Harold retired in 2006 and began painting full time. Beginning with small plein-air studies, he gradually moved on to larger studio paintings. Of particular interest is a series depicting the farm structures on the Gettysburg battlefield. Harold resides in Indiana, Pennsylvania with his wife Susan and has been influenced by the work of Edward Hopper, Winslow Homer, the Wyeths (N.C. and Andrew) and Sidney Laurence.