It’s Official…KathyMillerTime ‘s New Website Design

KathyMillerTime celebrates The Art Of Living…



KathyMillerTime began as a small painting project, celebrating all the parts of life I enjoy.

I love to paint. I love football, food, family, friends and tailgating…not necessarily in that order. What started in 2013 as a “Tailgating Through The South” painting series soon morphed into something larger with my tailgating blog. I discovered readers enjoyed the tailgating adventures,

Kathy Vol With Gator Dave, Lizzy & James photo by Kathy Miller

Kathy With Iowa Hawkeye fans & Sue Braddock photo by Kathy Miller

At Alabama Florida Game photo by Kathy Miller

Gig 'em Aggies photo by Kathy Miller

but also were interested in my other stories. Tales about hiking in the mountains of North Carolina and the hills of Tennessee (with a few bear and snake encounters) …

Rainbow Falls on The Horsepasture River photo by Kathy Miller

not to mention the good food…

Bacon Mountain Trout photo by Kathy Miller

visiting farmers markets in Vermont…

Dorset Farmer's Market Vermont photo by Kathy Miller

Vermont Farmer's Market with beautiful tomatoes photo by Kathy Miller

eating lobster everyday in Maine (and sharing those recipes)…

Lobster Roll and Seafood Chowder at Beal's Lobster Pound photo by Kathy Miller

Lobster Roll & Lobster Bisque at Thurston's photo by Kathy Miller

special gardens and homes in Charleston…

Window Boxes in Charleston, SC photo by Kathy Miller

Charleston window boxes with yellow fire hydrant photo by Kathy Miller

interiors on Amelia Island…

6529 Spyglass Circle full on shot of art in living room photo

 and simply celebrating life and the art of living.

 My philosophy…

Tailgating: for my football loving fans. After rooting for my favorite team, the Tennessee Volunteers, attending Florida games as a Gator Mom, and traveling to away games around the SEC, I painted a “Tailgating Through The South” series that celebrates the special school traditions and unique tailgating spots of each of the 14 Southeastern Conference schools. Each painting richly captures the essence of its school’s culture, campus, culinary creations, and people; always including a tailgate.

Kathy & Her 14 Original Tailgating Paintings photo by Susan Scarborough

photo by Susan Scarborough

Art & Painting: I graduated from The University of Tennessee with a degree in Textiles & Clothing/Merchandising. After a successful career as a buyer and Divisional Merchandise Manager with Proffitt’s Department Store, I began painting to satisfy my creative longings. While living in Ponte Vedra Beach, I took art classes with Ellen Diamond, a well-known artist and teacher. Even after moving to Amelia Island, I continue to travel to Ellen’s class for weekly lessons.
My favorite painting subject other than tailgating??? Flowers, landscapes and  tablescapes.  Original paintings are currently available in the online gallery  Please contact me for purchasing information.

Flowers and Fruit 24 x 30 Acrylic on canvas original

Flowers and Fruit original acrylic on canvas painting by Kathy Miller

Home & Garden: As a Textiles & Clothing major in college, I took many interior design courses along with arts and crafts. I have loved working with interiors and garden architecture throughout many home building projects. As an artist I also enjoy painting interiors and tablescapes.

Camp Chimney Buffet 24 x 30 Acrylic on Canvas original

Camp Chimney Buffet painting by Kathy Miller

Lifestyle & Travel: When traveling to the college campuses for my Tailgating series, one goal was to discover special restaurants (white tablecloth or dives) unique to that school or town. As I travel the country I continue to carry on this tradition. No fast food for us!

The Swamp in Gainesville, FL…a UF Gator favorite

The Swamp Restaurant in Gainesville, Fl a gator UF hangout

Taylor Gro. & Restaurant in Taylor, Mississippi…the place to be on an Ole Miss Friday night awaiting The Grove on Saturday.

Taylor Gro. & Restaurant in Taylor, Mississippi close to Ole Miss and Oxford

The Chimes in Baton Rouge, Louisiana…LSU Tiger hangout

The Chimes in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, LSU Tiger hangout photo by Kathy Miller

Shakespeare’s Pizza in Columbia, Missouri…a Mizzou favorite

Shakespeare's Pizza, Columbia, Missouri, a Mizzou favorite photo by Kathy Miller

WHAT’S NEW ON THE SITE???  I hope you will agree the new KathyMillerTime site is much more INTUITIVE.

Let’s move from left to right at the top of the site on the header…These 6 categories (Home…Meet Kathy Miller…Art Gallery…Signature Recipes…The Art of Living (blog)…Contact)  will always remain the same on any page you go to.   In other words you can always return to the home page even after browsing signature recipes.  Or you can hover over The Art Of Living to decide which category interests you….Tailgating & Homegating?  Lifestyle & Travel?  Food?

(Mobile and tablet readers…the universal mobile menu button is in the upper right corner…click and the categories pop down!)

The Home page gives you an overview of KathyMillerTime…

Meet Kathy Miller gives you a little history about why I do what I do!

Art Gallery features original Kathy Miller paintings and also Tailgating prints available for purchase.(Don’t be afraid to contact me with any questions….I love talking about my paintings and their inspiration).

SIGNATURE RECIPES  (I am capitalizing this because readers have asked for a simpler way to search for my recipes). They are all here easy to find in several categories…By school (if you’re planning a big tailgate and want to serve up some of the opposing team’s fare) Appetizers…Salads…you get the picture.

The Art Of Living is the new name for my blog, replacing the old “Tailgating Blog”, which obviously now encompasses many other categories.  (And not to worry all my old stories are still here!)

Contact is exactly what it says…if you would like to contact me with a purchase request, a sponsor opportunity, a creative partner idea…Please do so.  I love to hear from my readers!

I hope you will enjoy the new KathyMillerTime site.  I worked with a fabulous web design and internet marketing company, PMCJAX.  Thank you Andre and Shane for tirelessly walking me through the process. I highly recommend their services.  Their professionalism and personal attention to detail made the transition easier than expected.

Thank you Maureen of  Digital art concepts for the original site development…your expertise in the art of blogging opened a new chapter in my life.

Thank you to photographers and creative partners

Steve Leimberg, Unseen Images,

Susan Scarborough, smittenwithimages,

Page Teahan, Page Teahan Photograpy

for your many photography collaborations!

Kathy Miller during a Picnic On The Tarmac photography shoot photo by Steve Leimberg

Photo Steve Leimberg Unseen Images

Tidewater Boil Burger photo and recipe by Susan Scarborough

Photo Susan Scarborough, smittenwithimages ,

A Florida/Georgia Tailgate with The Bowles and Pillans photo by Page Tehan

Photo Page Teahan, Page Teahan Photography

And now most importantly…THANK YOU TO ALL KATHYMILLERTIME’S READERS AND CONTRIBUTORS!   Your support, comments, ideas and encouragement mean the world to me!


Come celebrate with me.  I’ll save you a seat at the table.

Kathy Miller & Dave Miller with Mike Brookie A Picnic in the Grass Road trip anyone? photo by Steve Leimberg

Photo Steve Leimberg

























  • James says:

    The new website looks great! It is much easier to find all those delicious recipes!

  • Nancy says:

    Looks great. I know you must have spent a lot of time at it and it is great.

    • Kathy Miller says:

      Thank you Nancy. I appreicate your attention to detail. We had fun redesigning and it was a lot of work especially the recipe category. Hope you continue to enjoy.
      Best to you always!

  • Pat Troxel says:

    I love your new website, Kathy! Such a fresh look!! Just in time for football season!

  • Jane MacDonald says:

    The new website is beautiful and user friendly!

  • Kathy Miller says:

    Thanks Jane. The intuitiveness was very important. Hope you can find my artwork and recipes easier now.

  • Charlie Albright says:

    Kathy, you are amazing. I was by your side on a wonderful journey every step of the way touring your website. LOVE it. Go Vols.

  • Kathy Miller says:

    Thanks Charlie and Rosemary! I know you have been so supportive of my endeavors! We’ll be on opposite sides during the Michigan Florida game, but can’t wait to see it! In Dallas!
    Big weekend coming up. And I appreciate your Go Vols!

  • Robin Leonard says:

    I love the new design! I am always wanting to share a photograph or recipe from your website, and now it is so easy to find exactly what I’m looking for!

  • Kathy Miller says:

    Thanks Robin! Hope this is easier now. I had fun with it…Now I need to get going on some new tailgating recipes! Go Vols!

  • Liz Hynson says:

    Kathy your new website looks fabulous and so easy to navigate. Love it❤️

    • Kathy Miller says:

      So Happy you like it PMCJAX did a fabulous job, especailly getting all the recipes into the right spots. Thanks always for your support!

  • Vern says:

    I love the new website and think it is so much easier to find your beautiful artwork on this site.

  • Joanne Astor says:

    I know how hard you have worked getting your new website up and running. It looks great and very professional! Thanks for inspiring us with your love for art, travel, football experiences, and family activities..

    • Kathy Miller says:

      Thanks Joanne! You are the best traveling companion. We have had some fun going to the schools. I will always remember fondly our trip to Ole Miss and The Grove…and of course Taylor, MS home of Taylor Gro & Catfish! You are the best!

  • Kay says:

    Congratulations, Kathy! Your new website is great! So proud of you!

    • Kathy Miller says:

      I appreciate all your help and encouragement! Remember our trip to Kentucky and Vanderbilt? My SUV sure got us out of the interstate shut down??

  • Bob says:

    Love your new website, and each and every picture. Beautiful family and fiends!! Love you.

  • Sue Braddock says:

    The new website is terrific, Kathy! You’ve worked hard to get this more user friendly site up and running and I love how it’s turned out.

    • Kathy Miller says:

      Thanks Sue! It was time consuming for all and I am very happy with it! Now we need to have another Friday Night Flicks party! Thank you for always being ready to help test a recipe or two or more?❤️

  • Dave Miller says:

    Love the new clean updated look. Great for mobile devices. Now it is easy to find that Saban pie receipe (not my favorite).

    • Kathy Miller says:

      Don’t tell Myra. She gave me so many fabulous alabama recipes! Think I will feature her recipes soon?

  • Janet Kolar says:

    You just get better and better with everything you set out to do. I am so proud of you and I know this will be a big success like everything else you do!!!❤️❤️

    • Kathy Miller says:

      Thank you Janet for your kind and supporting words! I hope you and Ron are having a great summer in the Northeast Kingdom! We had such a grand time visiting you there at Camp Winape. Look forward to seeing you when you return to Amelia.

  • Susan Milana says:

    Love the new website, Kathy! The photography is beautiful and the layout so crisp. It tells your story so wonderfully.

  • Kathy Miller says:

    Thank you Susan! That is such a compliment coming from you! Hope you are well and I know you had a great summer!

  • Susan Nunn says:

    Love this new design; very engaging and professional, easy navigation,
    You have accomplished a difficult task ( redesigning a website ) beautifully ! No surprise, as you have paid thoughtful attention to every aspect and detail.
    Every feature of your site is enticing, including the font .

    • Kathy Miller says:

      Thank you for your kind words Susan. I am very excited with the site and its intuitiveness. Always appreciate your thoughts and your friendship!

  • Judith Pillans says:

    Cummer Amelia is excited that Kathy will be our speaker at our fall kickoff on October 5 at 5pm in the meeting room at the Fernandina Public Library. Please join us as Kathy talks about her recipes, her art, and her travels!

    • Kathy Miller says:

      I look forward to sharing my stories on October 5. Cummer Amelia encourages interest in and support of the visual arts, through social and educational programs in Nassau County and at the Cummer Museum in Jacksonville. I especially like its mission holding fundraising events to provide trips to the Cummer Museum for all third graders in Nassau County. I am hoping for a large turnout!

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