Nashville's Smallest Art Gallery™

3/15: The Ides of March

Et tu Brute?

The Ides of March is perhaps most famous as the date of assassination of Julius Caesar, but in current times has come to be used as a metaphor for impending doom. This month at NSAG, three artists give their take on the grim subject.

The Artists:

Headshot Ferris PlockFerris Plock is an artist living in the Western Addition neighborhood of San Francisco. He grew up in the Bay Area, amusing himself with comic books, graffiti, hip-hop, and Chevy Impalas. Learn more at ferrisplock.com

Beware the Eades of March

Mixed media on wood. spray / stencil / dress pattern / acrylic / gold leaf - $150. $400 set.

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BTEOM 3

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Headshot Matthew CurryMatthew Curry is a GRAMMY® Nominated designer, illustrator and painter that resides and works from his studio in the Washington DC area and is the principal of the design studio, Imagefed.

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Mixed media - $400 set.

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Set (all 3):

Headshot Rachel BriggsNashville artist Rachel Briggs loves the positive advantages of the Green House effect, cannot pronounce the words rural or necessary, and cannot accept the fact that 0.999 repeating equals 1. Learn more at hereontheroad.com

Stangle, Drown, Startle

Mixed media. $40 each.

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Strangle

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Drown

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Startle

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