Frame 301 Gallery
301 Cabot Street
Beverly, MA 01915
August 3–October 3, 2020
For my largest mural to date, I wanted to utilize the location to include a message to passerby’s: ‘BREAK THE FRAME’. ‘Frames’ can be anything in your life that are keeping you from having new and exciting experiences. I attempt to break my frames each day, by constantly working to push my art somewhere new and allowing my mind to be challenged by different ideas. What are your ‘frames’?
Andrew Tricoche is a Puerto-Rican artist born and raised in Lowell, MA. He was the middle child to a family of 5, not including his mother who raised them single-handedly. At a young age, Andrew realized his talents and interest in art and would compete with his siblings and peers. That inevitably led to his pursuit of the arts – from focusing his studies at Greater Lowell Tech in Graphic Design to getting his BFA at the Montserrat College of Art in 2019. He now works as the Graphic Designer for the Massachusetts Department of Transportation and continues to pursue other venues of creation with his spare time. This includes painting murals, taking commissions, and just making art for the sake of having fun.