Original Paintings by Roy Miller

Roy Miller has been a full member of the A.A.E.A. and the S.E.A. of Great Britain for many years and has won awards with both groups. As recently as June 2005 he won the President's Medal, given for the best body of work in the Society of equestrian artist's annual exhibition in London, as well as the award for the most popular painting in the exhibition voted for by the public.
His worldwide commissions have been for owners, trainers, breeders, jockeys and racing authorities in the UK , USA , Canada , Japan , France , Hong kong , Ireland , Australia , New Zealand , Germany and Italy. H.M. The Queen has Roy 's painting of her Her Majesty's classic winning filly “ Highclere” winner of the 1000 guineas at Newmarket. The Coaching club of Great Britain commissioned a painting of Prince Philip driving a “Coach and four” at Windsor castle. He also received a commission to paint H.R.H. Prince Charles playing Polo at Cirencester Park Polo Club.
The Hong Kong Jockey Club commissioned several paintings of their star horses and he also painted the official paintings for them, when they opened the new racecourse Sha Tin. He was commissioned by United Racecourses Ltd to paint H.R.H. The Queen Mother on the opening day of the new grandstand complex at Kempton Park racecourse in 1992 painted the Derby Day scene for them to commemorate the opening of the new Queens stand at Epsom racecourse. Also for Epsom racecourse, he painted the original pictures for the commemorative “Lester Piggott” gates, copies of which hang on the gates, forming the exit from the paddock to the track. The Originals are on permanent view in the “ Queens Stand”. He also completed commissioned for the “Victoria racing club” in Melbourne, Australia; the Ontario jockey club, The Far hills racing association, USA, AND The Virginia Gold Cup meeting.
The injured jockeys fund in the UK has used his paintings on several occasions for the fund raising Christmas cards and calendars. In recent years he has given a number of workshops for the S.E.A. members in England and Ireland . He has had several one-man exhibitions in London , USA , Canada , and Australia and has an annual exhibition at Newmarket at the end of November. In 2006 he won the award for the best racing picture at the S.E.A. Annual exhibition at the Mall Galleries London .