An Honored Request

Not too long ago I received an invitation to provide some prints of my images to the University of New Mexico Hospitals Child Psychiatric Services. It was a simple enough invitation: provide 4 prints, on a somewhat quarterly basis, that represents the population this hospital unit serves (New Mexico youth and families). The goal is to hang images in the conference room that is used to hold meetings with the families of patients.

Ultimately I chose the 4 following images and I thought I would share them here. The prints have been framed and delivered but I have not yet seen the final installation as that is in the hands of the physical services of the hospital.

All of the images were printed at 11 x 14 sizing on a 16 x 20 inch matt and frame. I look forward to being able to see them installed and will hopefully post a picture of their final presentation in the future. In the meantime I hope you enjoy them!

Stay tuned for future installations as well. This is an ongoing effort.


“Dancing Cowboys of Pie Town”


“Indian Finals Rodeo Cowboys”


“El Caballo y La Tradicion”


“La Muerta” y Las Flores”

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4 Responses to An Honored Request

  1. James Nolan says:

    Keep up the great work, the seasoned eye, the heartfelt vision….

  2. Ed says:

    Really great images mate, good choices, they capture soul and vibrancy of the community you are in and the one the hospital serves. Above all they should provide a more hopeful, joyous outlook than the reasons some might be there. Congratulations!

    • Brian Miller says:

      Thanks Ed. That is the intention of both myself and my friend who asked me to provide the images. I can’t wait to see them hung. Thanks for leaving a comment.

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