Mikee Huber is a Dayton, Ohio artist whose artistic obsession is creating multi-media abstract paintings. She was a 2018 ArtSource Fellow through the Dayton Visual Arts Center (now The Contemporary). She also received an Artist Opportunity Grant in 2019, from the Montgomery County Arts and Cultural District (MCACD) and administered by Culture Works.
Born in the 1970s, Huber has a studio where you can find her listening to disco, funk, and MJ’s music while she paints. She draws inspiration from scientific images at the molecular level, as well as patterns and textures in nature. She earned an Associate of Art in Fine Art, an Associate of Science in Commercial Art, and a Photography Certificate from Clark State Community College in Springfield, OH. Huber has worked as a graphics designer, supporting scientists and engineers for 25 years. Her art is in private collections throughout the United States.
Mikee Huber is currently serving as a board member (Membership Development) of the Dayton Society of Artists (DSA). She is also a member artist of DSA, The Contemporary, and the Springfield Museum of Art (Ohio).