Funny Money Shakes The Art World
Mar07

Funny Money Shakes The Art World

Tweet Peter Tunney is truly an artist to experience. When you engage in one of his works, you engage a passionate history that speaks volumes. He is recognized as a prominent artist, social and creative. His mediums are mixed: cutouts, silkscreens, new media, visual nuances and sayings that construct his own framework and a distinguished technique. Resourceful, creative and succeeding, Tunney has been diligently creating his body of...

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Denver Art’s Week to Launch Museum Hype
Nov06

Denver Art’s Week to Launch Museum Hype

Tweet In a cow town known for it’s latest sports hero, top shredder or triathlete bound for the Olympics, Denver’s Fall lineup of fine art and film events aims to break barriers.  Perhaps those dialed-in realize the significance of the Clyfford Still legacy and now the opening of the official – and only museum – dedicated to one artist per his will. In the current issue of a local magazine, 5280, you will find...

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West Point Park – Revitalizing Kings Dream
Oct16

West Point Park – Revitalizing Kings Dream

Tweet Through the efforts of many, The Martin Luther King Jr. memorial has been unveiled.  It’s revelation, exposes the merits of a global man.  A man who has crossed barriers through basic human ideals.  Today, family, friends and the international community welcome a “freedom” explosion.  As his kind daughter recalled his vows at West Point Park, she clearly defined the words that current rebellions should heed. ...

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Wall Street feels Occupied
Oct10

Wall Street feels Occupied

Tweet Right Here All Over (Occupy Wall St.) from Alex Mallis.   The three week experiment in America’s greatest financial capital is starting to take it’s toll – just not for the intended.  For those who do not know, #OWS is encamped in New York’s latest tourist trap: Wall Street.   Financiers spend most of their days commuting to mid-town, Connecticut or Jersey City vs. downtown.  Those who do work...

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