The late Bob Miller was the first Artist-in-Residence at the Exploratorium and helped Frank Oppenheimer build a vision for integrating art and science in a public space. He was a full-time artist and staff member from 1970 to 1988 and served as Associate Director for 10 years. Bob was the creator of many iconic exhibits at the Exploratorium including Sun Painting, and created Image Walks, an outdoors interactive lecture/demonstration about light and vision. Bob helped us prepare for the pier relocation, worked on our digital archives, and met with exhibit developers, artists, teachers, and program staff to inspire and help identify new projects. He also provided invaluable insight into Frank Oppenheimer’s vision for the continued development of the Exploratorium.