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Indigo Skye  by  Skye Como Miller

Intuitive art for the
intentionally curated home

Earring Collab
blue and indigo sunflower and wildflower painting

In my blue period
& happy about it

My work revolves around themes of slow living, remembering the sweetness of childhood, and finding the extraordinary in the ordinary. 

Meet the artist

Here's why I obsessively paint blue + white florals:

I'm Skye Como Miller, (the artist behind Indigo Skye) and I create fresh + nostalgic blue floral paintings to remind us that in the midst of the chaos and struggle that life often presents us, there is still so much goodness and beauty to be found if we choose to see it.

The color blue helps us process our fears and any grief that manifests in this wild and wonderful life. Blue helps us express those deep feelings, but then ushers us into a place of joy and resolve. Blue is sky and water, it is peace and safety, it is midnight and dawn, both expansive and grounding...

Skye Como Miller artist behind Indigo Skye Fine Art

How To Draw Flowers Like An Artist:
5 Simple Step-by-Step Line Drawings for Kids & Adults

A wonderful gift for the aspiring artist in your life, this book is thoughtfully designed from beginning to end. With 50 simple step-by-step bold floral line drawings and easy to follow instructions, it’s sure to be a hit for you and your child. “This is the best flower drawing guide on the market!”

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Find something unique for your gallery wall

Add some rich blue hues to your home for a peaceful and eclectic feel. 

Life can often feel overstimulating and chaotic. Some days we could use a reminder to take a minute to breathe and be present, chaos and all. Let these blue florals be your escort to a more peaceful state of mind.


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If you see the extraordinary in the ordinary, create meaning in things others overlook, believe in living slowly with intention, and desire Beauty above (almost) all else —  can we be besties?

We are definitely besties now.

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