Hi-Fructose recently featured Thinkspace Family artists Jolene Lai in an online editorial. The piece highlights several of her works from Lai’s latest exhibition ‘Beside You’ that opened this past February. To view all available works from ‘Beside You’ please visit the Thinkspace Gallery website.
Jolene Lai’s Surreal Paintings Reference Dreams, Childhood : Hi- Fructose
These surreal images can feel both pensive and intense, conjuring familiar images and the otherworldly. The artist, formerly a movie poster designer, often anchors her paintings in youthful contexts.
Hi-Fructose features Amy Sol’s exhibition”Garden Gamine” discussing her creative process and the organic inspiration behind the work.
Visit Hi-Fructose’s website for the full feature.
“Experimenting with mediums is the phase I am in right now”, says Sol, who just started using oil paint a year ago. “It is a huge challenge for me, and I feel it’s good because there are so many possibilities to be explored. My biggest rule is to trust my instinct.” – Amy Sol
A man or machine, we ask ourselves this as less than six months later Brian Viveros is at it again with a new body of work for Scope NY. You will find a vibrant preview of the show up on Hi-Fructose.com now, Viveros playing with a new color palette and pushing the details in his work.
The helmet represents strength to Viveros who flips the roles previously given to men in traditional portraiture, and replaces them with tough women. – Hi-Fructose
We love the title of Hi-Fuctose’s online article covering our recent exhibition ‘LAX/LHR’ at StolenSpace Gallery in London. Yes, we invaded London with amazing works by a collection of post-contemporary artists who are shaping the movement. View the full article and a selection of their favorite pieces on HiFructose.com .
For more information on ‘LAX/LHR’ please visit the Thinkspace Gallery website.
We’ve been steadily following the expansion of Thinkspace Gallery in Los Angeles into overseas territory with their ongoing ‘LAX’ exhibition series. Their latest collaboration is with StolenSpace Gallery in London, which debuted last night, and it is perhaps their most massive at 136 artists and over 140 works of art.
Hi-Fructose’s coverage of Nosego’s ‘Along Infinite River’ is insightful into the work and the artists. Check out the full story on their website now.
Animals in Nosego’s work also hold emotional symbolism for the artist, who uses them as motifs to express his different feelings. When transmuted together, they also come to represent the never-ending connectivity that can be found within nature.