Monday, September 8, 2008
The temperature took a bit of a drop Friday night, but it didn't stop the stroller-pushing-hipsters from meandering through the galleries of Tennyson street for First Friday artwalk. The curbside firey breathing steel alligator stole the show. There were a few memorable pieces in the galleries: great collages by Jennifer someone - very trendy NYC. Also a simple graffiti spray paint forward facing elephant painting, stood out in another unmemorable gallery. In most of the galleries, I felt like I was entering someone's home. Unpainted floor galleries lead to back studio/frame shops, leading to backyard porch, leading to garages with more photographs on display. Tennyson is no Santa Fe, but there's a nice community neighborhood feel to the area. I'd definitely go again.
Posted by DenverArtScene at 8:59 AM
Labels: 1st Friday
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