Miggs Burroughs

"A lifelong resident of Westport, and full time graphic artist since 1972, Miggs has designed hundreds of logos, ads, brochures, and now websites, for commercial and non-profit clients throughout Fairfield County. He has created award-winning posters for Save The Children, The American Red Cross and Baskin-Robbins, among others. These, along with the Westport Town Flag and an Easter Egg for Reagan’s White House, which now resides in the Smithsonian Institution, are among his more celebrated work. His early Pop Art style paintings and prints were shown in galleries in Boston and New York in the 1970’s, and early assignments in this style included a U.S. Postage Stamp and four covers for TIME Magazine, including the one calling for Richard Nixon’s resignation."- Miggs' Biography from Silvermine Art Center
Miggs' current work can be viewed in the gallery.

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