Visit Peter's new Gallery space in Waterbury, Vermont!
Receive 10% all purchases made at the Gallery through January 6, 2019!
The gallery is now expanded to include another room featuring a mix of large size photographs, including prints never before displayed. They depict a half a century of Vermont’s rural culture, plus assignments in Paris and Margaux, France.
Peter has installed a 56-inch flat screen monitor where clients may view his archive. He has also shelved his personal collection of photography books.
The renovated Peter Miller Photography Gallery is open Wednesday-Saturday, 11 AM to 6 PM until January 6, and by appointment by calling 802.272.8851. In addition, there is a 10% discount offered on every photo purchased at the gallery through January 6.
Only 39 Special Edition Hard Cover copies remaining of Vanishing Vermonters, Loss of a Rural Culture—$44.95
The last of Vanishing Vermonters Special Edition hard-covered books are offered on a first-come, first-serve basis.
The Special Edition includes:
- Cloth bound with gilt lettering
- Autographed by Peter Miller
- 167 Pages
- 91 black and white duotone photographs
- 23 profiles and portraits of Vermonters
- A 22 minute DVD of Peter Miller talking about the book (the video was originally shown on Vermont Public Television.)
Available exclusively at the Peter Miller Gallery
20 Crossroad, Waterbury, VT 05676
(two houses south of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream factory on Route 100.)
If you are a librarian interested in adding Vanishing Vermonters, Loss of a Rural Culture to your library, we offer the Special Edition for $50 including shipping and handling. Please contact Peter directly.