Steven Miglio uses oil paint to convey a sense of geometry and space. His work as a painter, spanning decades, is based on a keen sense of color, line, and shape, driven by his background as an influential graphic designer. Miglio’s brushstrokes exude confidence and purpose, and he uses paint to describe abstraction and also skillful, luminous landscapes and still lifes. Born in Chicago, he was was educated at the Art Institute of Chicago and the Ringling School of Art and Design. He has done artwork, illustration, and graphic design for Vogue, Bergdorf Goodman, Tommy Boy Records, and the Metropolitan Opera. A complete inventory of artworks available can be seen at Clyde Hogan's Artsy Page.