Shayna Miller is a New Jersey based artist. She graduated from Drew University in May 2019 with majors in art and art history and minors in comparative religion and medieval studies. She was awarded the Stanley Prescott Hooper Memorial Prize in 2019 for promise and integrity in studio art. Her work is in the collection of Drew University as well as numerous private collections. She recently co-curated an exhibit, New York Semester on Contemporary Art: The First Decade, 1967-1977, at the United Methodist Archives and History Center in Madison, NJ. Her body of work explores her relationship to mysticism and the body, as well as an interest in process as ritual through painting and sculpture.