Washington Post Review | Regina Miele

“Through the Looking Glass, Urban Perspectives,” Miele evocatively depicts the sort of quickly vanishing local warehouse and industrial buildings that once held artists’ studios.

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Regina Miele, a classically trained painter who realizes representational scenes and explores the fundamental tenets of order and place. Working closely within cityscapes, she draws out beauty in the often overlooked. For the past decade, Meile’s principle subject has been the physicality of an ever-changing and gentrifying District of Columbia.

Through the Looking Glass, Urban Perspectives” exhibit has been extended to Wednesday April 25, 2018. Gallery hours are Wednesday – Saturday from 12-7PM and by appointment.