Regina Miele, a classically trained fine artist, was raised in the suburbs of Manhattan. She went on to attend The Catholic University of America where she graduated with honors with a BA in Painting. During Miele’s college training she took her junior year abroad to pursue academic fine arts at Il Scuolo Lorenzo Di Medici in Florence, Italy. The rigorous study of the Italian academy system has informed and influenced her subsequent professional fine arts career. Miele has exhibited both nationally and internationally at such venues as, The Florence Biennale, Florence, Italy, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, The Newington Cropsey Museum as well as the New York galleries, Caelum, Agora and Broadway.
In a 2005 review of her Agora Gallery, Soho exhibit, “Enlightened Perspectives” Maureen Flynn writes “space and light conspire in Miele’s exquisitely refined oils on linen to create the sense of genuine epiphany in a way that few other artists are capable of doing who work only with the subject at hand and do not distort for emotional effect.” Miele works exclusively with traditional mediums, oil, watercolor, graphite and charcoal. For her, these practices provide a limitless journey into the possibilities of fine art.