Updated 12/03/2012 02:28 PM
Artists start fresh with 'Art from the Streets'
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Full of love, smiles and thanks, artist Hugh Miles greeted dozens of customers at the 20th annual Art from the Streets.
"Thank you so much, it just means a lot you all coming out," Miles said.
Miles has been an Art from the Streets mainstay since the first show in 1992.
"Art is people and you know, to a certain extent, I just want to put smiles on people's faces," he said.
The art show is held at the St. David's Trinity Center. The program is an avenue for homeless people to get back on their feet.
"There are open studio sessions where we provide supplies, paper and a place for people to work," Bill Jeffers with Art from the Streets said.
Last year, the artwork brought in $70,000 over two days.
Art from the Streets is Dec. 1 and 2 at the Trinity Center on 7th and Trinity. It's open from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m.