Tampa Art Gallery University of South Florida, Florida Focus,Fletcher and 75

Tampa Art Gallery USF NEWS ,Florida Focus at Fletcher and I-75 Artist Born for this time, Lived on a landfill as a child. Reuse Became the way of life. To read the story from the inception of the Name Hong Kong Willie. Famed, by the humble statements form the Key West Citizen, viable art from reuse has found its time. To Live a life in the art world and be so blessed to make a social impact. Artists are to give back, talent is to tell a story, to make change. Reuse is a life experience. To think now of the past and the story of Hong Kong Willie, Why i have to say it was for a reason. Hong Kong Willie Art Gallery In Tampa, a reuse Art Gallery. Artist Kim,Derek,and Joseph. reuse artist that have lived the life and are meant for the green movement in the world. A gallery that was born for thist time. Artist living a freegan life,art that makes a social statement of reuse. Media that has a profound effect in making the word green truly a movement of reuse in the world today and the future. Recycling as a Lifestyle and a Business Tampa Art Galleries. Hong Kong Willie Art Gallery By: Chris Futrell, Florida Focus TAMPA, Fla. — Have you ever seen the building on the corner of Fletcher and I-75 with a bunch of buoys strung everywhere? This small business that many think is an old bait n’ tackle shop is actually Hong Kong Willie. Derek Brown, 26, and his family own and operate Hongkongwillie . The little shop specializes in preservation art. The artists don’t take preservation too
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