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Gibbons' sci-fi art featured at show

The Bamboozle Tea Lounge  presents a solo show featuring Tim Gibbons’ fantasy and sci-fi art. The exhibit coincides with the Art on 12th Festival set for Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Photo courtesy of Tim Gibbons

The Bamboozle Tea Lounge presents a solo show featuring Tim Gibbons’ fantasy and sci-fi art. The exhibit coincides with the Art on 12th Festival set for Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

The Bamboozle Tea Lounge in the Channelside District presents the art of Tim Gibbons in his solo show, Tradewinds.

The show which exhibits Gibbons' latest fantasy, science fiction and vinyl art coincides with the Art on 12th Festival happening Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

During the festival, 12th St. from Washington and Whiting will be closed allowing businesses and restaurants to open their doors and display the work of local artists.

Highlights include the chalk artistry of Macy Higgins, who will be creating art on the sidewalk outside of the Bamboozle Tea Lounge, as well as demonstrations, live music, entertainment, art sales and displays.

Additionally, Parklets will be installed along 12th St. as part of Tampa Bay Design week.

Eight teams of multi-disciplinary designers will demonstrate how an 8' x 22' parking space can be transformed in to a minipark for public enjoyment.

The festival takes place from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Friday night and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

Tradewinds will remain on display at 109 N 12th St. through Nov. 17.

Gibbons' sci-fi art featured at show 11/02/16 [Last modified: Wednesday, November 2, 2016 1:35pm]
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