Bright Buds and Blooms

bright buds and blooms bannerInspired by the bright buds and blooms we’ve been seeing pop up in Los Angeles, thankfully because of the mini “El Nino” we’ve been experiencing, we wanted to share with you a few of our most floral inspired pieces. Especially, as spring cleaning is around the corner and you might realize as you separate yourself from things that no longer serve you, it’s time to create a collection that reflects your present self.

All pieces are currently available in Thinkspace’s inventory.

Tran Nguyen A Borrowed Tomorrow

Tran Nguyen
“A Borrowed Tomorrow” | (2014)
Acrylic and color pencil on paper

Tory Lovegates Hey Moon

Troy Lovegates
“Hey Moon” |(2014)
Acrylic and ink on wood panel

Stella Im Hultberg Gibbous

Stella Im Hultberg
“Gibbous Moon” | (2015)
Sumi Ink, Watercolor, & Acrylic on Wood

Meggs Dream

Meggs
“Dreams of Paradise Lost” | (2016)
Acrylic and spray enamel on wood panel

Frank Gonzales Mourning

Frank Gonzales
“Mourning Dove and Odm Orchids” | (2014)
Acrylic on wood panel

Mari Inukai

Mari Inukai
“Aqua”
Oil on canvas

Erik Jones

Erik Jones
“The Beautiful” |(2015)
Colored Pencil, Wax Pastel, Acrylic on paper on Plastic, Vintage Silk Flowers mounted to panel.
With floating wedge pedestal.

Bec Winnel

Bec Winnel
“Love and Adore” | (2014)
Pastel and color pencil on Pastelmat paper

Kwon Kyungyup

Kwon Kyung-yup
“Scent of Memory” | (2015)
Oil on canvas

Fuco Ueda

Fuco Ueda
“Garden of Serenity 「静寂の庭」” |(2014)
Acrylic on canvas wrapped panel

Amy Sol Evening Portal

Amy Sol
“Evening Portal” |(2012)
Acrylic on wood

Amy Sol’s latest exhibition “Garden Gamine” opens at
Thinkspace Gallery, Saturday April 2nd.
Visit the Thinkspace Gallery website for more details.

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