The animated translation of Amy Sol’s imagination invites us into the world that will be “Bird of Flux.” We’re anxious to show Sol’s new venture into sculpture, along with a fresh collection of paintings. Join us for the opening reception of Amy Sol’s Bird of Flux, March 3rd from 6 to 9 pm.
Last Friday over two dozen talented New Contemporary artists took to the walls of Kaka’ako for the 5th annual Pow! Wow! Hawaii arts festival. The murals are nearly complete with some intense progress being made.
Here are a few progress shots of a few Thinkspace Projects’ artists.
Tran Nguyen | Instagram
Sandra Chevrier | Instagram
DULK | Instagram
James Bullough x Ricky Watts
JB: Instagram RW: Instagram | Photo by Mark Susuico
Laurence Vallieres | Instagram
Icy & Sot | Instagram
We can’t wait to see the end results! 🍍 Aloha!🌺
A full map of the Pow Wow Hawaii murals in progress and those from past years, visit this link here.
The opening of Van Arno’s “Upright” and Molly Gruninger’s “Luminescent” was a whirlwind night filled with laughter, art legends, costumes, animal friends, and of course great art. At the door stood a friend of Arno’s dressed as a butler showing off the exclusive wooden box set of prints, and throughout the evening the models in Arno’s work dressed in black and adorned with a white rose enjoyed the showing with the packed house of art enthusiasts. The Godfather of the Low Brow movement, Robert Williams, came to show his support for Van Arno along with fellow movement veteran Anthony Ausgang.
In the project room, Molly Gruninger’s “Luminescent” illuminated her understanding and manipulation of light in her flawless oil painting works. The pieces look digitally rendered, but the only digital element in her pieces are the references she uses to then put paint on canvas.
Both exhibitions are on view now through February 24th.
Click here to view available pieces by Van Arno: Upright
Click here to view available pieces by Molly Gruninger: Luminescent