“Cody F. Miller is one of 18 central Ohio artists whose work is featured in the Best of 2019, Ohio Designer Craftsmen’s 36th-annual juried members’ exhibition, presented at the Ohio Craft Museum through July 28. We chatted with him about his work.

Kim: When did you start painting, and when did you add collage to your technique?
Cody: I majored in illustration at CCAD, and . . “

—Kim Nagorski, “Cody F. Miller on Patterns, Images and How Faith Inspires His Work,” City Pulse, May 2019


“The Way Home VI” by Cody F. Miller of Columbus is one of 88 works featured in the Ohio Craft Museum’s Best of 2019 exhibition on display Sunday May 5 through July 28 at the museum. 1665 W. Fifth Ave…….. Read More


“Hannah and Samuel” will be featured on the next month’s issue of “The Upper Room.” “The Upper Room” is a daily devotional that started back in 1935. Its offerings are ecumenical and global. This issue will be translated into 35 languages found in over a 100 countries with a circulation of 3 million.




“Most important is to take risks,” says Cody F. Miller in describing his artistic process—“to let go of the familiar and the usual and consent to the new and unknown. . .”

— Lil Copan, “On Art,” Christian Century, December 2018, p. 47



“In very different ways, Gracie Morbitzer and Cody F. Miller are asking questions about religion and faith, and, in response, making art that addresses those questions and asks the viewer to ponder them as well. . .”

— Fischer, Jim, “Art Meets Faith,” Columbus Alive, November 2018, pp. 20, 21



CityScene Magazine Magazine published an article on my work titled “Local Artist showcases philanthropy in his work,” by Mallory Grayson, in their November issue. To read this article please click the image below.



“Urban Psalms, Movement 1” has been chosen to be displayed on the south side of A&R Music Bar in the Arena District beginning May 22, 2018. For more information on this collaborative project between the Greater Columbus Arts Council and PromoWest Productions, please click the image below.


Cody’s painting, “Prodigal Son IV”,  is featured on the cover of “Sinners in the Hands of a Loving God,” by Brian Zahnd. The book was published by Waterbrook Multnomah, a division of Penguin Random House.


“The third time’s a charm” is now one of five billboards sponsored by ArtPop Columbus. It is located at 850 W. Lane Avenue ( east of Kenny Road ). Please click the image below to read the article “Gallery in the sky”, the Columbus Dispatch, April 16, 2017 by Eric Lagatta.

Cody is a contributing artist in “Exploring Color” by Nita Leland, 2016


Ruth & Naomi’s Light – p. 159

Tabitha’s Gift – p. 120
























Second grade teachers collaborate with Cody Miller, a Columbus based artist, to integrate science standards about weather with Miller’s collage technique of art. This is Cody’s third residency at David Smith Elementary School in Delaware, Ohio. 

“Collaborative creators exude harmony in show,”

The Columbus Dispatch, September 13, 2015, by Melissa Starker.
Please click image below to read the article.


Cody’s painting, “Mother of Moses” is on the cover of “A Postcolonial Woman’s Encounter with Moses and Miriam,” by Angeline Song.


Everyone is welcome in the fictional town of Charlottesville, the creation of Charlotte McGraw, with guidance from resident artist Cody Miller at Goodwill Columbus. “Broad & High,” WOSU TV, May 11, 2014.



 “The Best of the Fest: Three up-and-coming local talents on influences, inspiration and lessons learned,” 614 Magazine, June 1, 2013.




 “Chairs that Care,” Artists from Goodwill Columbus are making animal chairs for the Dowd Education Center, ThisWeek Community Newspapers, video by Lorrie Cecil, 2012.



 Cody is a contributing artist in “New Creative Collage Techniques,” by Nita Leland, 2011.




 “Artist finds hope in creating, teaching,” The Columbus Dispatch (italic) , April 30, 2010, by Kevin Parks. Please click image below to read the article.





Cody volunteers to design and coordinate a community mural for the Vineyard Urban Ministry Food Pantry in 2009. Members of the community including children, teens, older adults, and homeless and disabled individuals painted it together.




 Cody completes a mural on the Vineyard Community Center, 2007.