Archive for February, 2011

Tip Top Gallery has signed illustrator Colin Walsh!

February 25, 2011

Tip Top Gallery is pleased to announce that we have added Colin Walsh to our list of very talented artists, see more of his work here.

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Free Art. Hint, Hint.

February 4, 2011

It’s Thursday, time for some hints about the hidden art. Remember, we are giving away two 8×10 original, limited edition, archival pigment prints every month at First Fridays in Kansas City’s Crossroads Art District. The only catch is you have to find them. Look for a brown mailing tube that says “Free Art”. The artwork will be placed outdoors, NOT in any stores, restaurants, or galleries.

Ok it’s cold, windy, and snowy so I’ll make this very easy. The free art will be in the same spot as last month! Here are the hints again. Good luck!

LOCATION HINT #1: It’s a good sign if you brush up against Opie. Make sure to look down.

LOCATION HINT #2: Stair at 33w19.

 

“It’s Personal” at the Leedy Voulkos Gallery.

February 4, 2011

The It’s Personal show opens tomorrow February 4, 2011. Tip Top Artists Mirna Stubbs, Samantha Lewis, and Kevin Sisemore will each have work featured in the show along with other very talented artists. Come down to the Leedy Voulkos Gallery and see a great show. Also check out Mirna, Samantha, and Kevin’s work at tiptopgallery.com.

Brave the snow and find some free art in the Crossroads.

February 1, 2011

The first Friday of every month Tip Top Gallery will be giving away two 8X10 original, limited edition, archival pigment prints. The only catch is you have to find them. So if you are attending the February 4th First Fridays in the Crossroads Art District of Kansas City look for a brown mailing tube with the Tip Top Gallery logo. The art will be in place by 6:00 pm.

Check back Thursday evening for a hint on where the tubes will be hidden.

If you are the lucky recipient of the free art be sure to leave a comment and let us know what you think.

 

Our first “finder” of Free Art!

February 1, 2011

Eli Brumbaugh is our first “finder” of Free Art! Thanks for posting on your blog Eli.