Karmic Magic opening night photos posted / print now available online

Opening night photos from Amy Sol’s “Karmic Magic” opening and Dan-ah Kim’s “Departing Flights” opening are now posted online.

View the flickr set here:

Jack from VinylPulse.com has also posted some nice shots as well – view via following link:

The limited edition print for Kokiri Carousel is now available on line as well.

Click through to our print section here: http://www.sourharvest.com/thinkspace/n_prints.php#amysol

Recommended Openings / Events for this weekend…

Recommended Openings / Events for this weekend…

Fri, June 13th 7-11PM
thinkspace
4210 Santa Monica Blvd in Los Angeles / 323.913.3375
“Karmic Magic” from Amy Sol + “Departing Flights” from Dan-Ah Kim in our project room and select works also on view from Brandi Read in our project room
(Both exhibits on view through July 4th)
www.thinkspacegallery.com

Fri, June 13th
Gallery Nineteen Eighty Eight
7020 Melrose Ave in Los Angeles / 323.937.7088
Book signing event with Brandi Milne to celebrate the release of her new children’s book via Baby Tattoo
(One night only special event)
www.nineteeneightyeight.com www.babytattoo.com

Sat, June 14th 7-10PM
J. Flynn Gallery
2950A Randolph Ave in Costa Mesa / 714.708.3504
“LOL” featuring new works from Charles Krafft and Mindy Cherri
(On view through July 5th)
www.jflynngallery.com

Sat, June 14th 6-10PM
Lab 101
8539 Washington Blvd. / 310.945.5974
“For Those Asleep In Fields of Gold” with David Foldvari, Craig Atkinson and Ryan Riss
www.thelab101.com

Sat, June 14th 7-11PM
Nucleus Gallery
210 E. Main St., Alhambra / 626.458.7482
“Into The Woods” featuring Chris Appelhans, Catia Chien, Kazu Kibuishi, Robert Kondo and Yoko Tanaka
(On view through June 30th)
www.gallerynucleus.com

Sat, June 14th 7-10PM
Billy Shire Fine Arts
5790 Washington Blvd. In Los Angeles / 323.297.0600
“New Work” from Glenn Barr
(On view through July 12th)
www.billyshirefinearts.com

COMING UP mid-next week:
www.artshow2008.com – don’t miss this!!!

MyLoveForYou… interviews Elbow-Toe

My Love For You Is A Stamped Of Horses just posted a killer interview with Elbow-Toe:
http://myloveforyou.typepad.com/my_love_for_you/2008/06/qa-w-elbowtoe.html

And Bombin Magazine also recently interview him – check it at: http://www.bombinmagazine.com/blog/?p=4193

If you are in NYC/Brooklyn this Fri – DO NOT MISS the “Poets Of The Paste” show at Ad Hoc Art out in Brooklyn… promises to be one of the most buzzed about shows in some time and also serves as a nice lil’ sneak preview of what’s to come this December from Elbow-Toe and Armsrock… can not wait for them to take over our gallery.

Watch for the latest from Elbow-Toe on his blog at: http://street-fodder.blogspot.com/

Flavorpill, BoingBoing, VinylPulse & more preview Karmic Magic…

Check out early advance coverage on Amy Sol’s “Karmic Magic” at:

And we posted a bunch of new sneak peak shots on our flickr of Amy working on her amazing installation as well as pics of her signing the prints and more (see above).

“Karmic Magic, Las Vegas artist Amy Sol’s solo show with the Silverlake gem Thinkspace, features doe-eyed females, furry creatures, and sweetly whimsical, abstract narratives. Her graphically stylized, flattened-space compositions have a dreamlike quality, as her heroines are often caught frozen in contemplation of their surreal surroundings: carousels floating in wet skies, allegorical menageries, and windswept vistas. In their fantastical flora-and-fauna environments, Sol’s damsels relish in private moments, perhaps waiting for some type of resolution to inscrutable inner quandaries.” – FLAVORPILL.NET

“Sol’s paintings are like willfully obscure abstract fables in which she pairs images that she likes with personal ideas about the characters she creates. This visual vocabulary is the backbone to Sol’s unique brand of storytelling, which she refers to as ‘muted allegories’.” – JUXTAPOZ.COM

Yosuke Ueno invades Rome…

Japanese artist Yosuke Ueno is currently enjoying his 1st solo show at the highly regarded Mondo Bizzaro Gallery in Rome, Italy.

To view the works in the show, check here: http://www.mondobizzarro.net/gallery/

For the latest on Yosuke, check here: http://yosukeueno.blog89.fc2.com/

The new works are just amazing. He continues to refine his style with each major exhibit. Soooo excited for our upcoming show with him… look for a solo from Yosuke in summer 2010 with thinkspace.