Mirle Freel, jr.

When I place my creative images in front of the public domain, those artistic expressions are my value judgements. Those expressions conjure up images that may or may not be accepted by the political sector (relationships between societal beings). Hopefully when criticisim is generated dialogue ensues. It is then art provokes learning. My voice is heard in visual tones and values that have the intent of stirring the imagnation to supersede the realm of safe, romantic platitudes. Embrace reality - or is it illusion!!


French novelist, Colette wrote, "Look for a long time at what pleases you and longer still at what pains you."


Mirle will be exhibiting his works of art at


634 N. 4th Ave

(520) 623-3973

August 21 - September 27

Wed.-Sun. 12 - 5 PM

Artist's Reception August 23, 5-8 PM


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