Michael Miner’s large format landscape portfolios are titled THE FIRST DAY, THOREAU’S CHILDREN, WHERE LAND AND WATER MEET, METAMORPHOSES, THE GATELESS GATES AND OTHER ZEN KOANS, TREEBONES, THOREAU’S CHILDREN, CHAOS THEORY, OVERCOMING PHYSICAL DEATH and THE BILLBOARD PROJECT.
In 2010 and 2014 Mr. Miner accepted National Park Service Artist-in-Residence Grants for the Grand Canyon and Chaco Canyon. In 2016 he received a grant from the Brush Creek Foundation for the Arts and spent a month chronicling the vast landscapes of Southern Wyoming.
Mr. Miner’s landscape photographs grace private collections, museums and galleries and have been published in dozens of photography books and magazine collections. He currently exhibits his 30 X 40 inch silver gelatin prints at Photography West Gallery in Carmel, California.