Marshall Craig Miller
Marshall Craig Miller's stained glass has appeared in fine art galleries in the Midwest and Pennsylvania. His father operated an anthracite coal delivery business that sparked his early interest in geology. Later, he developed a curiosity about stained glass while working as a professional geologist in West Virginia and began working in that medium as a hobby. In his abstract compositions, Marshall frequently utilizes agates and glass nuggets to represent geologic layers, as their color and intricate banding complement the stained glass. He exclusively uses the stained glass construction technique popularized by Louis Comfort Tiffany at the turn of the century, individually wrapping each glass piece with copper foil to serve as anchoring points for the solder.