Chris Mills has been a proud resident of the District of Columbia for over 20 years. His artwork has been displayed at Washington DC’s Hill Center, the Los Angeles Center for Digital Art, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, the Katzen Arts Center, the Art Kudos International Juried Art Exhibition and featured in Print Magazine’s Regional Design Annual. Several of his images were featured in Confluence Magazine’s feature on “Place as Subject.”

His commercial work has appeared on large format displays in Washington, DC, as well as in numerous periodicals, including The Washingtonian, Edible DC and the Washington Post.

In 2017, he had his first solo exhibition, “Interstitial,” at Lost Origins Gallery. His collection of woodland landscapes, “And So Here We Are...,” debuted there in 2019 and was also exhbited at Pittsburgh’s Irma Freeman Center for Imagination.

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Umbrella., 2021
Transformer Benefit Exhibition, 2017 - 2021
Art Outside group show, October 2021
Spring Fever group show, May 2021
Curated by the Collector: American Lines group show, January 2021
Solo Exhibition, September 2020
"And So Here We Are," solo show. Pittsburgh, July 2019. Washington DC, May 2019
Bloom group show, August 2017
"Interstitial," solo show, March 2017

All images © Chris Mills, Two Thousand and Twenty Two.