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Impermanent is a collective of artists who are displaying their talents in the world
of subversive and immersive art within an uninhibiting environment. A 20,000 sq. ft. warehouse in Nashville, TN is being transformed into an exhibit for artwork that does not rely on an established and sterile system of experiencing art. Impermanent is a one-day showcase on April 28, 2018 which includes graffiti, installation art, murals, paintings, sculptures, photography, visual projection, and skateboarding. The movement is best described as
a genuine representation of ephemeral art in autonomous space that escapes the formal structures of control. These artists encourage you to detach from your preconceived ideas of how art is viewed or experienced as you move through this unique space.


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Misunderstood Exhibit

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Misunderstood is a heart-warming, visual reconnection to our favorite icons from original Hollywood horror films. Emotionally charged with the complexities of balancing our fascination with fear and our basic human instinct for empathy, Hale invites us to question our societal beliefs and the dangers of stereotyping. “Sometimes our fear is just a manifestation of what we can’t or won’t understand. At one time or another most of us have been on the receiving end of a misunderstanding—it can be a very isolating experience, often compounded when our voice gets buried in the confusion.” Said Hale.

This newest collection builds on Hale’s debut series “Disestablished” by pushing the dialog from fast-track, corporate ladder-climbing, political rhetoric to the plight of the individual, and the fierceness with which the public finger is pointed in judgement. With his signature color-rich boldness, Hale emphasizes the power of fear while illuminating the familiar humanity we recognize when we extend our charity toward loneliness.

While Hale continues to enjoy his status as a “disestablished” artist, his work is gaining recognition in his native Nashville community. As he continues to release his visual translation of current events, Hale best sums up his artistic perspective with a line from the famed tune by Nina Simone: “I’m just a soul whose intentions are good. Oh Lord, please don’t let me be misunderstood.” 

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6:00 PM18:00

Misunderstood Art Show

Wanted 1 Art & Design

in conjunction with

West of Knoll Gallery & Studio



A New Series

By Adam Hale

Showing April 29 - May 31

Please join us for an opening reception on

Saturday, April 29, 2017 • 6-9 p.m.

West of Knoll Gallery

7956 Nolensville Road • Arrington, TN 37014


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