Dr. Desiree Cox

Dr. Desiree Cox, MD, PhD is a Rhodes Scholar, Medical Doctor, Regenerative and LongevityBiotech CEO as well as being a Visual Mixed Media Artist, and Founder/CEO of the Regenerative Art brand ArtRegen. The first Bahamian Rhodes Scholar and first woman to win a British Caribbean Rhodes Scholarship, she has earned degrees from McGill University (Canada), Oxford University (UK) and Cambridge University (UK). She is a polymath, medical doctor (MD), a scientist and artist. She is the CEO of the Regenerative and Longevity Biotech company Biopep (https://www.biopep.com); Consultant Advisor to The Government of The Bahamas on regulatory oversight of International/Global Stem Cell and Longevity Tech research being undertaken in that country; and CEO and founder of HEALi nc360 (https://www.healinc360.com) a movement-based organization with the mandate of championing a future health paradigm where medical therapy is driven by personal health and regenerative wellness (https://www.healincfuturehealthsummit.com).

 

For the past 15 years, Dr. Desiree has been painting regenerative art, some of which is now hanging next to an original Picasso. The objective of her work is to help accom­plished professionals revolutionize their lives with sophisticated art that lowers blood pressure, lifts spirits, and births great conversation. Images of her oil-on-canvas paint­ings have been featured in world-renowned magazines and juried publications, such as British Vogue {2021), House & Garden {2021 ), Tatler {2021), and International Con­temporary Masters . Her transformative art hangs in private collections all over the world and has been featured in more than 25 solo and group exhibitions in New York, Las Vegas, London, Shanghai, and the Bahamas.

Much of Dr. Desiree's artistic vision is also rooted in her African and Caribbean an­cestry, with the progressive Bahamian performance art of "Junkanoo" being at the forefront of her energetic color palette and abstract subject matter. A native Baha­mian, she pays homage to the African diaspora and her Caribbean descent through her active participation in Bahamian-based arts, biotech, and regenerative wellness spaces. At the 40th Independence Celebrations in 2013, the Bahamas Government honored Dr. Cox by issuing a 70-cent stamp into circulation bearing her photograph.

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Artistic Statement

"Your life is more meaningful with transformative art. You deserve art that's good for your soul and shows people exactly who you are."

When was the last time you owned a piece of art that lowered your blood pres­sure, lifted your spirits and birthed a great conversation? I get it. As a busy pro­fessional, it's hard to find amazing, one-of-a-kind art. That's why for over 15 years I have been painting regenerative art, some of which is hanging next to an original Picasso. I want to create art that brings hope, healing, and a sense of possibility and community to the people who enjoy it.

 

Finding transformative art isn't easy. I know what it feels like to want one-of-a-kind art that you just can't find. If you're like so many of the people I know and admire, you're a confident, accomplished professional always on the lookout for the next big thing. You've probably wondered if there's any art out there that ticked those crucial boxes of uniqueness, sophistication, and self-ac­tualization. This can often feel frustrating like you're missing out or stuck on the sidelines. That's why I created ArtRegen. I want you to achieve all this so you can stop feeling like you're missing out.

 

Creativity is the lifeblood of my work. my art and my life. I love being on a journey of creative mastery and mystery, and I'm so grateful to be able to express my creativity and speak my truth through the symbolism of words and stories, as well as sound and color. My art operates on three different levels -abstract, object, and motion. When you first look at the art, you might see an abstract pat­tern reminiscent of the kinds of patterns seen in nature. Look again and maybe you'll experience a subtle, intricate motion of the object and see it move within the context or background of the painting. The idea is that these three levels function together to center you, to help you become more present in the moment and more engaged. I want my art to help people form a deeper, more emotional, and more regenerative connection with themselves and their lives.