Sarah Miller, born on July 27, 1985, is an international award-winning tattoo artist, reality star, cat mom, and all-around awesome, humble person. Miller also has an artistic background in painting which shows through her captivating portrait pieces. After the end of “Ink Master” season two, Miller launched herself into traveling the world, attending conventions, competing against some of the best artists in the field, and bringing home numerous awards. We’ll help you celebrate her special day right here.
Sarah Miller, born on July 27, 1985, is an international award-winning tattoo artist, reality star, cat mom, and all-around awesome, humble person. Miller also has an artistic background in painting which shows through her captivating portrait pieces. After “Ink Master Season Two” ended, Miller set off on a globe tour, attending national and international conventions, competing against some of the top artists in the business, and winning multiple honors. Her social media following has grown significantly as a result of the show, and she now regularly updates her followers on both her professional and personal life.
It’s interesting how few people are aware of her involvement in “Great Performances at the Met” and the short comedy-drama “A Hand of Bridge.” Miller has a passion for classical art. Before tattooing took over her life in 2009, she had a thriving career in graphic design and illustration, working with numerous design firms on product branding campaigns.
Miller, who describes herself as being very insane, claims to have what it takes to win this contest. Sarah focuses on portraiture and pins and dislikes traditional designs since she feels they don’t appear realistic enough. She claims that what she loves most about tattooing is drawing, developing the art form, and pushing the boundaries of what is considered tattoo art. Miller is very sought-after in her studio when she isn’t traveling the world to compete in international contests. Be sure to make an appointment in advance if you want her to do your Steelers tattoo.
Miller graduates as a graphic designer at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh.
Miller works as a graphic designer on a variety of campaigns for numerous Pittsburgh firms.
Miller opens her tattoo studio, Wyld Chyld Pittsburgh.
Miller begins to participate in the "Ink Master" competition.
Why We Love Sarah Miller
Her memorable tattoo
Her tattoo of the Pittsburgh skyline is her most enduring body art. She adores living there! And we are astounded by how amazing the tattoo looks.
Her beliefs are commendable
Miller believes that learning is an ongoing process in both tattooing and the arts. She believes that as long as you are open to new concepts, methods, and mediums, and above all, as long as you maintain humility and gratitude for any chance that life presents that can help you grow as an artist and a person, you can always evolve as an artist.
She’s going to help people through art
As one of three artists who will assist people in finding healing through art, Miller has also been given the chance to contribute her artistic talent to the upcoming “Ink Shrinks” Spike T.V. pilot. “Ink Shrinks” is a forward-thinking group of artists, psychologists, and other professionals who recommend blind tattoos as a kind of therapy. The group will create a special tattoo after discussing their clients' problems to aid hasten the healing process.
5 Surprising Facts
How she started tattooing
Miller got laid off from her job and tattooing was the only thing keeping her sane.
She has to deal with steoretypes
Miller thinks the most difficult part of the shift from graphic design to tattooing was dealing with stereotypes because the tattoo industry is very much a boys' club.
Miller’s mission is to pioneer her style because she wants people to look at her work and say, “That’s a Sarah Miller piece.”
Millers' goals are to go to as many conventions as possible, to expose herself to other artists and more artistic viewpoints, and continue to push herself to find her artistic voice.
The criticism pushed her to be better
Even though it was terrible at the time, Miller considered receiving the harsh criticism to be the highlight of the performance since it helped her better grasp who she was as a person and advanced her artistic abilities.
Sarah Miller FAQs
Where is Sarah from “Ink Master” now?
She owns her own shop, Wyld Chyld Tattoo, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
How many times has Sarah been on “Ink Master?”
Miller went on to be the season two runner-up and left a strong impression on everybody. She was also a human canvas in season three and competed again in season seven, where she came in 10th. She went on to make an appearance in “Ink Master: Angels” and became a coach in season 12, “Battle of the Sexes.”
Who went to jail on “Ink Master?”
Daniel Silva was sentenced to 364 days in jail for his role in the May 10 crash that killed YouTube star, Corey La Barrie.
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