Micah Werewulf Wesley & Jasmine Rosales at “What Tribe” Art Show: Phoenix AZ
Doug Miles: San Carlos IHS: dislocated elbow injury from skating. Morphine sets in.
Welcome to the photographic blog of Douglas Miles : “Apaches & Angels”
=APACHES And ANGELS= .
This blog is dedicated to the photography of Douglas Miles, artist, director, producer, writer and owner of Apache Skateboards. I’ll also feature my own art and eventually the art of others. Right now the focus is : Photography:
BMike & Alexis in New Orleans LA: Upper 9th
Eriberto & Angelica ( Gonzales) ORIOL from Los Angeles CA in Globe, AZ
Rebekah Miles in Dinetah : Monument Valley.
We’re honored to announce artists participating in WHAT TRIBE Art Show
The Sagrado Gallery
/ Eriberto ORIOL / Thomas Breeze MARCUS / Mike MILLER / Jasmine ROSALES / Luke DORSETT / Jonathan NELSON / Rye PURVIS / Sam GOMEZ / Brandan ODUMS / Werewulf Micah WESLEY / Lyncia BEGAY / Douglas MILES / and YOU /
Flier image: Eriberto ORIOL~”America’s Most Wanted”
Friday, November 9th, 4:00pm
Centennial Towers Ballroom, 1770 S Williams St. Denver, CO 80210
University of Denver Native Student Alliance will be hosting Douglas Miles, an artist who sheds a new light on the modern art world. With such creations as Apache Skateboards to newer works of at that include stencils and street art, Douglas Miles uses a native perspective while also incorporating modern ties to his pieces. Douglas Miles will be here on the 9th to showcase some of his pieces while also introducing the campus to Apache Skateboards. After this event, Douglas Miles will also be creating custom artwork for our campus to put up on display in a preview before our NSA skate jam with Apache Skateboards in the winter or spring quarter.
Check out some of his artwork and get stoked! This will definitely be a great event!
Conversation with the artist
LSC Duhesa Lounge
Colorado State University
CSU celebrates Native American Heritage Month
Food & Refreshments