Snoqualmie City Hall Features New Art Exhibit by Yiju Miller

Step into the world of Yiju Miller’s unique watercolor paintings, now on display at Snoqualmie City Hall (38624 SE River St).

The public is invited to immerse themselves in this captivating exhibition. Don’t miss the chance to meet the artist at a special reception on May 28, 6 p.m., in the upstairs lobby of City Hall. 

According to her website, YiJu was born in Taiwan and moved to the United States in 1996. She has been living in Snoqualmie, WA, for over twenty years. She loves painting and sketching in watercolor. She started getting involved in painting outdoors five years ago, influenced by Snoqualmie Railroad Days Plein Air Paint Out.

Miller’s artistic journey has taken her to various locations, showcasing her talent and passion. As a member of the Northwest Watercolor Society, Mt Si Artist Guild, and a collective member of the Snoqualmie Art Gallery, her works have been displayed in many settings. These include Era Living shows, Overlake Hospital, Magnuson Park Gallery, Parklane Gallery, and Cole Gallery.

A plein air artist, Miller loves painting on location.  She was one of the 33 artists participating in the Edmonds plein air show hosted by Cole Gallery. “I love painting on location,” Miller said.

“It gives me a sense of movement, atmosphere, and connections with people and the locations where I was painting. Most of my paintings are inspired by the beautiful nature and uplifting environment in my surroundings. I want my paintings to leave a lasting impression to those who view them.” 

This event is sponsored by the Snoqualmie Arts Commission. For more information, contact Community Liaison Nicole Wiebe at

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