Gayle Miller was born in a small West Texas town in 1943. Her parents recognized her natural talent at an early age and by 12 years old, had enrolled her in the Art Instruction Institute in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She continued sketching and painting throughout school and eventually attended Texas Tech University.
In 1965, she relocated to Dallas, Texas where she understudied several local, well-known artists. For many years, her work was displayed at prominent art shows throughout Texas.
Miller has worked with various mediums, including acrylic and watercolor which she primarily paints with today. Over the years, her art has featured numerous subjects but has always centered around nature. She continues to draw inspiration from her father, a large animal veterinarian, who had a devoted love and appreciation of nature.
In 1989, Miller moved to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, where she still lives and paints today.