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Tap Gallery Fine Fresh Art...
Tennyson's Tap is thrilled to join the tons of neighboring galleries and shops between 38th and 44th (and beyond) on Tennyson who share their space with local artists for the longest-running ArtWalk in Denver every First Friday, and all month long.
The gallery is open whenever the bar is: 'til 2am daily.
For information on submitting your ideas or artwork for upcoming shows, please contact us!!!!!!¡!¡!¡!¡!¡!¡!¡!¡!
Solo exhibition by TJ ReaganMixed Media
Using the mediums of printmaking, digital media, and traditional art making techniques, TJ Reagan creates unique narratives that often portray anthropomorphic and zoomorphic images. These animal/human hybrids are influenced by childhood stories and fables. Appropriation and collage remove characters from their original setting and create a contemporary story within a digital context, serving as a commentary on how the digital age has affected our society.
Link to blog article about TJ Reagan
"Thanks to the Crane and the Crow for the Grey and the Blue"
Ben Topf Solo ExhibitionOil Paintings
Two beautiful rooms of Ben Topf's figurative and narrative oil paintings.
Ben Topf [GO TO ARTIST'S SITE]
Ben Topf's paintings are about his experience with his life. Sometimes he shows us what he has seen, sometimes he manipulates others into seeing what he wants them to see and sometimes he creates in order to see what he would rather see. Either way, he is hoping that his work puts a new perspective on the known, the seen and the viewed in an attempt to push the viewer past the work.
Other featured artists include:
Kelsey Klene, born and raised in Denver, Colorado, is currently a student at Metropolitan State College of Denver pursuing her Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts. “I decided to pursue a degree in the arts when I realized that I am interested in many things, but I am interested in them because I want to make art about them.” She used watercolor in “Watercolor Self-Portrait” and acrylic in “Blue Lady"(see Blue Lady on this page above). People-watching inspires her images.
Nima Eddie Nouri [GO TO ARTIST'S SITE]
KINETIK Pronunciation: [ki-net-ik] Function: Adjective, Date: 1850
1.Pertaining to motion.
2. Caused by motion.
3. Characterized by movement: A collection of visual works by Nima Eddie Nouri.
TJ Reagan is a Denver artist pursuing undergraduate studies in Fine Arts at Metropolitan State College of Denver. Using the mediums of printmaking, digital media, and traditional art making techniques, he creatse unique narratives that often portray anthropomorphic and zoomorphic images. These animal/human hybrids are influenced by childhood stories and fables. Appropriation and collage remove characters from their original setting and create a contemporary story within a digital context, serving as a commentary on how the digital age has affected our society.
Kate Medlin explores themes of memory, identity, reflection and self-knowledge. As an artist she is interested in the mystery of the psyche—what it is that drives, provokes and propels one to fear or desire one thing or another. She especially finds memory fascinating-- that fragile vehicle through which the self attempts to sift through a myriad of moments and create some sort of fluid narrative. Her work often incorporates the figure because the language of the body can speak volumes and suggests both conscious and subconscious information about an individual in the simplest way.
Bobby Magee Lopez [GO TO ARTIST'S SITE]
Bobby MaGee Lopez was born in Santa Fe, New Mexico; the son of Gilberto Lopez and Cecelia Crepeau. He has lived in Alabama, North and South Carolina, Florida, and most recently Denver, Colorado. Bobby has studied at the Bemis Art School, Saint Petersburg College, the Art Institute and Metropolitan State College of Denver. He is currently working on a degree in fine arts.
Nicole Peshel’s first bachelor’s degree is in biology. Science teaches about organizing knowledge and creating systems of order in the natural world; Art teaches about creating a sense of order, and expressing that through color, shapes and images. Science ties us to the physical world and gives a foundation to understand the wonders of the universe, while Art shares sides that might otherwise remain unseen. To Nicole, science and art are not worlds apart, and both are have a part in her clean and concise art style.