TECO Public Art Gallery Hosts ‘Black and White’ Exhibit

 “Dark Waters Rapids I” by Jake Fernandez; Conte Crayon on paper; located on the  signature wall of the gallery/Photo by Debra Radke/via the TECO Public Art Gallery

Artist Jake Fernandez opened his  solo exhibition on Sept. 4 tilted “Black and White” at the TECO Public Art Gallery. The selection of drawings in black and white for the exhibit, which runs through Oct. 31, “presents an intimate view” of the artwork by the artist, according to the gallery.

Mr. Fernandez will also host a “talk and tour” at the gallery from 5:30 to 8 p.m.  on Sept. 28.  You can visit the artist’s website at www.jakefernandezart.com.

The TECO Public Art Gallery, located at 702 N Franklin Street in downtown Tampa, is free and open to the public from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. For information about the gallery,  contact Curator Debra Radke at dradke2@gmail.com. — by Greg C. Truax

Also see our earlier report:  Artist Jake Fernandez to Open Exhibit at the TECO  Public Art Gallery

                                                                               Jake Fernandez/Photo by Jane Shirek   

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