Kenneth Gentry was born and raised in Kansas City. Although Kenneth has always been an advocate for the arts, the only art form he found success with was writing. He has published three books, written scripts for several short films and is currently completing a script for a play.
In 2008, Kenneth opened the red-light gallery in the Crossroads District. He prided himself on finding local talent to showcase in his gallery. He believed in each of the artists he showed at the gallery and acquired a piece of art from each of them to add to his personal collection.
Cerbera Gallery proudly displays photographs, drawings, paintings and mixed media works by Debra Di Blasi, Shohei Otomo, Anne Austin Pearce, Nuccia Cammara and James Moore.