Paint the Town: Arts@1830 Opens

by Editorial

Artist Regina Miele stands behind the newest addition to Washington’s art scene.
By Kinne Chapin

The chic interior of Arts@1830. (Photo Courtesy of Three Lockharts PR)

Washington’s art world is far from lacking. With a strong base of local talent and galleries and events eager to showcase art from around the world, the capital’s art scene is exploding. With the opening of her new gallery, Arts@1830, Artist Regina Miele hopes to build on that growth.

The new gallery takes its name from its adrress, 1830 14th St, but Miele’s goals are less tongue in cheek. The gallery says it will feature work that emphasizes the creative process of the artist, from the first inspiration to the final product. With art ranging from sculpture, to two-dimensional pieces, to film, Arts@1830 aims to satisfy the diverse tastes of Washington’s aficionados. It also plans to offer a lecture series as a way of further connecting with the area’s art community.

With pieces on view that have been previously exhibited everywhere from the Corcoran to Art Basel in Miami, Arts@1830 seems bound to deliver on it’s promise of showcasing high quality, unique art. Stand warned, Washington art aficionados!

The gallery's exterior. (Photo courtesy of Three Lockharts PR)

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