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The Art of Miles Regis

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Don't Box Me In, 2011 Mixed Media On Canvas 62 X 54 © Miles Regis
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Come Together, 2011 Mixed Media On Canvas 48 X 33 © Miles Regis
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The Art of Miles Regis

6650 Beach Blvd.
Buena Park, CA 90620
February 28th, 2012 - April 20th, 2012

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.BuenaParkFineArts.com
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
orange county
EMAIL:  
SGODOY@BUENAPARK.COM
PHONE:  
(714) 236-3868
OPEN HOURS:  
Mondays-Thursdays, 7:30am-5:30pm, and Fridays, 7:30am-4:30pm. Alternate Fridays and weekends are closed.
TAGS:  
abstract expressionism, neo ex graffiti/street-art
COST:  
FREE, Open to the public

DESCRIPTION

BUENA PARK - The City of Buena Park Cultural and Fine Arts Division is proud to present a solo art exhibition by Miles Regis on public display February 28 through April 20, 2012 at City Hall Council Chamber. Based in Los Angeles, Miles Regis is a Trinidadian-born artist whose work is inspired by diverse cultures from around the world. Over the years, the USC graduate has honed a technique that incorporates drip painting and collage work that is both unique and striking. With a style reminiscent of many of history’s great master painters, Regis' imagination is saturated with notions, ideas, and images reflective of a world filled with conflicting interests.

With a broad and enthusiast appeal, Regis’ work has appeared in association with CNN, Intel Corporation, NextAid World’s Day, CCH Pounder, Nicolette Sheridan, American Rag Cie, Manifest Equality, Senegal’s La Musee Borindar, Adobe and several art communities around the country and abroad. He has also teamed with numerous non-profit organizations to gain support for issues such as AIDS/HIV Awareness, LBGT Equal Rights, children’s art education, underserved community development and foreign relief efforts. In 2010, Regis partnered with The Remedee Foundation in effort to bring art, film and technology together for youth education in underserved communities around the world. For more information on the artist, visit MilesRegis.com. Miles Regis is represented by the Joanne Artman Gallery in Laguna Beach.