Andrew Schoultz curated show next Sat @ Scion…

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Scion presents
“Infinity”
Curated by Andrew Schoultz

“Infinity” is a group exhibition of artists whose practices or aesthetics relate to the many facets of the infinite. The vastness of this concept will be explored by 15 artists through painting, drawing, photography, and 3D multi-media installation. The subject matter as well as the medium will vary greatly. Some artists work may be a more literal interpretation of this subject, suggestive of such things as mathematics, space, time, technology, abstraction, pattern, or repetition, while others have chosen to address the opposite or “finite”, such as fragility, mortality, the temporary, and even doomsday scenarios. Sounds interesting huh?

Perhaps hit this up before or after Beyond Eden next Sat. As always, no shortage of goodness here in LA to take in and enjoy.

“Infinity” features works from Butt Johnson, Xylor Jane, Richard Colman, Andreas Guerrero, N. Dash, Aaron Noble, Ryan Wallace, Joseph Hart, Ryan Travis Christian, Chris Natrop, Noah Davis, Hilary Pecis, Andy Diaz Hope, Andrew Schoultz, Chris Duncan

Opening Reception: Sat, October 10th | 7-10pm

Scion Installation L.A.
3521 Helms Ave (at National) in Culver City
www.scion.com/space

Next Friday at Thinkspace…

Esao Andrews "Farewell Avery" sneak peek
Esao Andrews "Farewell Avery" sneak peek
Tony Philippou "Mary In BronxZooLand" sneak peek
Tony Philippou "Mary In BronxZooLand" sneak peek
Joshua Mays "Tempo Momento" sneak peek
Joshua Mays "Tempo Momento" sneak peek

Esao Andrews ‘Farewell Avery’ (main gallery)
Tony Philippou ‘Mary In BronxZooLand’ (project room)
Joshua Mays ‘Tempo Momento’ (’Fresh Faces’ series)

Opening: Fri, Oct. 9th 7-11PM
@ Thinkspace
4210 Santa Monica Blvd (near Sunset Junction in Silver Lake area of LA)

Look for interviews and studio visits to be posted here in the coming week with Esao, Tony and Joshua.

For additional sneak peeks from each artist, please see below. The digital preview will be ready soon, so please shoot an email to contact@sourharvest.com if you’d like to see the previews.

Esao Andrews sneak peek
Tony Philippou sneak peek
Joshua Mays sneak peek

All three artists will be in town for the opening reception, so please be sure to swing on through.

This November at Copro Gallery…

Copro this NOV

What a lineup! Stella returns to LA after rocking things with us earlier this summer. Expect a small showing of new work from her and Nicoletta, but this will be Amy’s first solo in sometime, so hopefully she brings a nice collection of new works for her fans in LA to enjoy. Can’t wait!

Studio visit with Van Arno…

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Recently had the honor of being able to visit the one and only Van Arno in his studio over in the Silver Lake area of Los Angeles. It was great to see Van at work and hear a bit about the new pieces. He’s really pushed himself and this is by far his strongest series of work yet in my opinion. Looking forward to seeing these all framed up and on display this Saturday.

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New works from Van Arno

Opening: Sat, Oct. 3rd 7-10PM

Corey Helford Gallery
8522 Washington Blvd in Culver City / 310.287.2340
www.coreyhelfordgallery.com  

Check out more pics from Van’s studio after the jump.  Continue reading Studio visit with Van Arno…

Dennis McNett hard at work on his Space 1026 solo…

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Year of the Wolfbat

An installation by Dennis McNett 

Opening Reception: Friday October 2nd 7-10pm

Space 1026 at 1026 Arch St. in Philadelphia, PA 

The “Year of the Wolfbat” began in NYC this past June and has since trekked across the US stopping for exhibitions, artist talks and workshops along the way. The migratory flight of the Wolfbats has swooped in for shows at Fecal Face Dot Gallery in San Francisco and Thinkspace Gallery in Los Angeles. The wolves’ tour will culminate at Space 1026 in Philadelphia with an installation of print-derived sculpture and mural, accompanied by unique and editioned works both large and small.

You can expect to see a loud psychedelic woodcut landscape covering several walls of the gallery in which nature’s bass has been cranked up to 11. Duck your head walking in and make way for an entire flock of hotheaded Wolfbats swooping overhead, not to mention the supercharged eagles diving out of their path to let them through.