Prints Charming Gallery: Meet the Team
Amy Miller, CPF
After working as an interior designer for almost a decade, Amy Miller joined the Prints Charming Gallery team to expand the commercial artwork consulting segment of the business. Eight years later, she purchased the Prints Charming Gallery. In addition to adding staff, rebranding, relocating the business, correcting areas of loss, and diversifying offerings, Amy manages all aspects of gallery design, product purchasing, human resources, and the customer service experience.
Amy is a leader in all aspects of her life. She wrote, illustrated, and published the book, God’s Words – A Child’s Bible Alphabet, as a gift for her nephew several years ago. Proceeds from book sales benefit The Esther House, an organization that provides a home for more than 30 orphans in Kenya, taking in children whose parents have passed away or are unable to care for them. She is also passionate about the Bevo Mill neighborhood in which she resides. She designed and painted a mural in St. Louis’s first public skateboard park bringing fun and color to the park while deterring gang tagging and graffiti. Currently, Amy serves in the role of neighborhood block captain, uniting residents to foster a safe and friendly atmosphere and sharing information on city events, services and resources.
Amy graduated from William Woods University in 1998 with a degree in interior design. She was initiated into the Delta Chi Chapter of Alpha Chi Omega Sorority in 1999, and in 2015 received Alpha Chi Omega’s “The Real, Strong Women of Distinction” award in recognition of her business and volunteer accomplishments. In January 2016, Amy earned the designation of Certified Picture Framer from the Professional Picture Framers Association (PPFA).
In her spare time, Amy likes to socialize with friends, experiment in the kitchen, and garden with her dad.
Karen joined the Prints Charming Gallery staff in 1996 and currently manages the gallery showroom. In this role, Karen creates amazing merchandise displays, assists clients with framing and design, and selects store merchandise.
She is an artist at heart, and loves to mix colors and patterns. When Karen isn’t working, she likes to be in nature, collect coffee mugs, and practice latte art. She believes in random acts of kindness and dreams of one day owning a 1966 VW bus.
Sarah has been a custom framer for more than two decades. She specializes in frame, mat, and fillet construction, CMC operation, as well as specialty techniques like fabric wraps, French lines, textile mounts, canvas stretching, and conservation mounts. She loves the combination of craftsmanship and customer service that custom framing offers—and Prints Charming clientele benefit daily from her creativity and precision.
Sarah is a true artist and experiments with a variety of mediums including paper ephemera, leather, wood, and textiles. She has received several grants from the Regional Arts Commission (RAC) for installations at Artica art festival in St Louis, MO.
Sarah studied at Santa Rosa Junior College in Santa Rosa, CA. When she is not coming up with exceptional ideas for Prints Charming clients, Sarah enjoys spending time with her family, pets, refinishing furniture with her husband, collecting vintage and industrial artifacts, and studying film photography.
The Prints Charming Gallery team can’t wait to meet you. Stop buy or call us today.