Breathing Spaces


April 15, 2020

This solo exhibition of works made during Miles Lowry's travels to Ireland reflects a fresh attention to landscape on the edge of abstraction. Featuring new and select works, this vibrant collection picks up from the recent AGGV exhibition closed due to COVID-19. 


Review and Photo by Miles Lowry

March 21, 2020

Poetry, prose, and photography meet in the dreams, journals, and polaroids of this passionate visionary. - The Pacific Rim Review of Books, Canada page 21

LETTERS FROM THE TREES: Mysteries and Devotions of the Irish Tree Alphabet

A CSRS Artist in Residence

September 15, 2018

The Centre for Studies in Religion and Society at the University of Victoria has awarded Miles Lowry a residency to study and create works inspired by the Irish Ogham alphabet.


A film co-Directed by Miles Lowry

September 15, 2017

Canada's Suddenly Dance Theatre releases WITS IN MOTION a toolkit for teachers, parents, and caregivers including a non-verbal dance film, education guide full of ideas, and creative exercises for conflict resolution. 

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Miles Lowry is a sound and visual artist, writer and director best known for his vibrant paintings and life-size sculptures which explore the body as an expressive canvas. His works are seen in a wide variety of exhibitions, publications and performances. As an Artistic co-Director for Suddenly Dance Theatre in Victoria, Miles is exploring dance and media with partner David Ferguson through writing, directing and designing for live performance, television, video and multi media collaboration. In 2005 he wrote and co-directed OPIUM for Bravo! Television inspired by French poet Jean Cocteau. In 2007, he introduced the film at Lincoln Centre, in New York. His next two films AISLING and GUTHRIE SWIMS THE LAKE for Bravo!FACT allowed him to also contribute his music and voice to the soundtracks. His music and design were featured in Suddenly Dance Theatre’s touring performances in South Korea for Courtyard for a Bird (2008) and Art of War (2015). Released in September 2017, he co-directed with David Ferguson and made the sound design for WITS IN MOTION a short, youth-engaged dance-video for the prevention of peer victimization and bullying. As a painter Miles recently presented ‘Marks of Devotion’ an exploration of painting and devotional mark-making with master calligrapher Georgia Angelopoulos and ‘Saints of Circumstance’ a collection of cryptic portraits in paper, wood, wax and pigment. His latest works can be seen at the Grantfield Gallery in Anghiari, Italy; with recent participation in group exhibitions in the USA 'Painted Words' at the Sebastopol Center for the Arts and 'Calligraphies in Conversation' at the San Francisco Public Library. Limited editions photography, and rarities of Miles' work is available via For more information and artist portfolio visit



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