PERRY MILOU

By Brigitte Andrade

November 25th, 2017

SPREAD YOUR LOVE

Is a reminder, a mantra that when you share your energy and your kindness, you align to higher frequencies and become inspired to make our world a better place. Let's be together, because together we are one!

 

 

PERRY MILOU is a talented forward thinker.  His body of work has often been described as “alluring”, “brilliant”, “glamorous” and “vibrant.” Milou is a graduate from the University of Arizona.  In 1990 he was the first student ever to convince the Bachelor of Fine Arts program to incorporate an “open Studio” major. He creates pop and contemporary art that is often a tribute to political figures, iconic sports players or notable celebrities.  

 

PERRY MILOU in 2015, created a very special historic new work of POPE FRANCIS called “ A Prayer For Peace”. This current masterwork is simply inspired by Pope Francis’ incredible global message of human equality,love, peace and forgiveness. The soulful yet powerful portrait has currently procured definitive licensing partnerships with The World Meeting of Families and Getty Images. The iconic portrait’s popularity will likely become a symbolic image of the lasting legacy of Pope Francis around the world!

 

From the artist: “My aesthetic today is about fantasy. The work is bold, exciting and graphic – in your face with vibrant colors! I want my work to evoke an aura of beautiful feelings. I am constantly looking at the sky for color. It is the closest thing to actually watching God paint in the present moment.”

 

Pop Artist Perry Milou’s prolific accomplishments continue to mount and inspire. On Sept 10th 2009 the New York Times home section inked the pop artist.  (“Crafting with a tech touch”… Penelope Green) included milou’s collaborative efforts with featured switchcraft designer Allison Lewis. Lewis, a contemporary master in LED lighting, partnered with the pop artist, threading hundreds of tiny colored lights throughout Milou’s Pop ‘’lover lips’’ oil. The two planed a series and exhibition in New York in 2010.

(http://www.nytimes.com/2009/09/10/garden/10led.html)

 

The savvy artist set his eyes on the New York Times again. While attending a casting in Chelsea, (white columns gallery) for Sarah Jessica Parker’s Bravo TV art reality pilot, Milou’s visionary 1995 large fusion portrait of the late super pop icon Michael Jackson and Elvis Presley… oil 48/48 … garnished some noteworthy ink http://www.nytimes.com/2009/07/20/arts/television/20bravo.htm

 

Ring in the holidays with the pop artist, as thirteen of Milou’s iconic Philly scenes will blast with color in a fabulous new coffee table book. Philadelphia Originals” Schiffer Publishing editor Joseph Glanton. Keep an eye open for a launch signing at Barnes and Noble in beautiful Rittenhouse square.