June Feiler (nee Miles) studied at The Slade from 1941 to 1943 (and drew maps during the war in an Admiralty drawing office) under Randolphe Schwabe followed by two more years at Art School in Bristol at the then West of England College of Art. After the war she met and married the painter Paul Feiler (who became a leading figure in the post war St Ives School of abstract painters) and lived in Bristol, where her three children were born. She began teaching at the West of England College in 1966, where she taught evening class at the Queens Road site in the Illustration Department. She remained as a member of the Faculty staff until 1976. In 1968 she was a medallist in the Womens International Exhibition in Paris. She is a member of the Royal West of England Academy, the Newlyn Society of Artists and the Penwith Society of Artists.