Artist turns to his craft to give back to hospital staff that saved him from near-death experience
A Rockland County man who survived a near-death experience from the coronavirus is now channeling his gratitude for life through his art.
Abe Miller, who was initially a real estate tycoon, spent more than three months in a Westchester hospital due to COVID-19 - and that's where he had the idea of painting.
The 70-year-old Monsey man turned to painting to help him deal emotionally with aftermath of the virus and the impact it had on his life.
He's painted hundreds of works of art since last fall.
He says plans to use his gift to help inspire others. He's also started selling his artwork and he’s donating the proceeds to people who lost love ones to COVID-19.