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By Scott Bailey
On October 24th the good people of Denver were treated to the opening of “We Are Fever,” a three-person art show hosted at Love Gallery–you know, over on Colfax by that cool coffee place that always has a super busty mannequin out front. The show features two of Denver’s finest, including the geometry-driven work of Tom Bond and portraits by Rebecca Green. In addition to the local artists, the show marked the first time New York-based artist Tina Lugo has shown her animation-style erotica in The Mile High City. It is exciting to see artists from the coasts making the trek inland to show in our venues and a real sign that the lowbrow art scene in Denver is really thriving. A number of pictures of the art and the opening night festivities are below courtesy of 1/1 Magazine photographer Ray Muñoz. The show will be on display until November 22nd, and a number of limited-edition prints are available at lovegallery.com.
“But I’m A Sailor Scout” by Tina Lugo
“Out West” by Tom Bond
“Galactus” (top) and “Norrin” (bottom) by Tom Bond
“The Battle in Finding Each Other” by Rebecca Green
“While the Fire Lasts” by Rebecca Green
Tina Lugo, Tom Bond, and Rebecca Green