Tresspass Gallery, Clarksville TN

I am pleased to announce that I have 2 drawings in the show “Uncharted” at Tresspass Gallery in Clarksville, TN.

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Featuring work by:

AK Llamas | Amber Rima | Army of One | Avone | Biafra |  Carolyn Frischling | Charles Bennett

Jason Rowland | JC Bravo | Jonathan M. Fields | Mike Nuriel | Monique Lasooij | Ross Ford | Sid Enck Jr.  Vince Herrera | Zeb Love


Trespass Gallery

139A Franklin Street, Clarksville, TN 37040

Saturday, May 10 | 5 p.m. – 8 p.m.


Clarksville, TN.  May 10, 2014 –  Clarksville’s newest art destination, Trespass Gallery, kicks off Uncharted – an exhibit of contemporary art by local, national and international artists, opening Saturday, May 10th. UNCHARTED seeks to explore many facets of our daily cultural experiences through visual arts.

The exhibit, which will be comprised of traditional and mixed media pieces using many reclaimed materials, will also feature a unique, a site-specific art installation. Participating artists include: AK Llamas, Amber Rima, Army of One, Avone, Biafra, Carolyn Frischling, Charles Bennett, Jason Rowland, JC Bravo, Jonathan M. Fields, Mike Nuriel, Monique Lassooij, Ross Ford, Sid Enk Jr., Vince Herrera and Zeb Love.

Trespass Gallery is a home for contemporary artwork that will exhibit pieces from emerging to mid-career local, national and international artists. Founded by featured artist and local business owner Vince Herrera, the gallery was envisioned as a cultural hub where creative ideas, projects and community engagement can flourish.

“I wanted to create a gallery where artists we believe in could have a chance to show their work to the world in a formal setting,” said Vince Herrera.

More than an exhibiting space, Trespass Gallery seeks to give back, both locally and globally via various educational and charitable initiatives.  The Herrera’s educate young and emerging artists on the business of art, assuring other like-minded entrepreneurs can carry the cultural torch beyond Clarksville, without being taken advantage of financially. Additionally, the gallery plans to donate 10% of its profits to a charitable cause each quarter.


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