Monuments by Miller was founded by Thomas Meagher Miller who was born March 10, 1960, in Mankato, MN.
Both of his grandfathers were woodcarvers, and wood was Tom's forte as well until the art professors at Laguna Beach School of Art in California placed stone-carving tools in his naturally talented hands.
• Hubert H. Humphrey: This bust is displayed in the Government Center, Mankato, MN.
• Chief Niwot: This publicly funded statue for The Sculpture Park in Boulder, CO, received national television and print coverage.
• Mary Lenehan Smith: This 1983 statue was a real labor of love. The limestone bust is of Tom's great-great-great-grandmother, a Minnesota pioneer.
• Winter Warrior: This monument commemorates the Indians who were involved in the Dakota Conflict in 1862. As the piece was being created, thousands of school children, as well as adults, came to view and reflect upon it. The sculpture is displayed on the site where the hanging of 38 Dakota Indians took place. The dedication of this piece was carried by the national media, including the Associated Press.
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