Arts Brookfield presents Colette Miller’s Global Angels Wings Project in Houston after two successful exhibitions in Los Angeles and Perth, Australia. Three sets of beautifully painted wings have been commissioned for 1600 Smith, one set inside the lobby and two sets outside at the Smith Street lawn. LA‐based musician, filmmaker and visual artist Colette Miller asks everyone to “manifest as your higher selves, your higher consciousness, your angelic selves” as you discover The Global Angel Wings Project.
Ice Cream Social with Fat Cat Creamery
May 2 | 2 – 3:30 PM
Enjoy FREE artisanal scoops by Houston’s own Fat Cat Creamery while you snap a photo of your inner angel!
ABOUT COLETTE MILLER
I have always been creative—visually in my paintings and film-making; musically through my band, DayGlo Aborigines. Past bands include GWAR, Milk and Blest. Art has continued to define most of my life’s purpose since graduating Art School at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, continuing film studies at UCLA, editing, filming for Econews, independent documentary film projects in Burkina Faso on the water shortage, and on The Global Angels Wings Project with the Kayole Wings Miller boxing Club in Kenya.
My art is inspired by my heart, dreams, philosophies, memories, psychic or intuitive forces and color and movement. I never consider a painting finished until I reach a point of love for the piece, a certain wholeness and completeness; where nothing essentially nags at me, telling me its not done. I believe successful art tends to invoke a type of meditation or mind travel.