Artist, Stephanie Buer’s work is featured on Hi-Fructose.com. The website shares a series of her charcoal drawings and discusses the pieces in further detail. Thinkspace Gallery will be exhibiting new works from Buer in early 2017, so keep your eye out and sign up for our mailing list. View all of Stephanie Buer’s available works at Thinkspace Gallery here.
Read the full piece on HiFructose.com
Stephanie Buer has been exploring the decay and evolution of cityscapes since studying at College for Creative Studies in Detroit in the mid-2000s, where she began to pursue a career in painting and drawing. In her charcoal works, these urban scenes garner a sense of desolation, stripped of even fading hues or sunlight. – Hi-Fructose.com
On Instagram, you will always find us posting sneak peeks, studio shots, and the work of our Thinkspace family from around the world. Follow the accounts of those artists and you’ll get a sneak peak into their lives and creative process. To continue our series, Thinkspace Family on Instagram, we’re highlighting a few of the artists participating in the RFK Mural Festival and our current exhibiting artists Curiot, James Bullough, and UR New York. The Instagram accounts below are in the following order; Andrew Hem, Jeff Soto, Curiot, James Bullough, and UR New York.
New to the Thinkspace Family, artist Ricky Lee Gordon completed a stunning mural titled “I Am You | You Are Me” in Chicago for Columbia College Chicago’s Wabash Arts Corridor in conjunction with the WAC Big Walls Festival 2016. Look forward to more work from Ricky Lee Gordon in the coming months as we work his voice into upcoming group exhibitions and shows.
“This piece like most of my work deals with nonduality and interconnectedness.” – Ricky Lee Gordon
On Instagram, you will always find us posting sneak peeks, studio shots, and the work of our Thinkspace family from around the world. Follow the accounts of those artists and you’ll get a sneak peak into their lives and creative process. To continue our series, Thinkspace Family on Instagram, here are the accounts of our current exhibiting artist, Amy Sol and KIKYZ1313, along with the work of other inspired whimsical detailed artists. The Instagram accounts below are in the following order; Amy Sol, Kelly Vivanco, Alison Sommers, KIKYZ1313, Ozabu.
The last day to view Amy Sol’s “Garden Gamine” and KIKYZ1313’s “Progeny of Chaos” is this Saturday, April 23rd. Catch up on the inspiration behind the exhibitions in our interview with Amy Sol and KIKYZ1313 and visit the gallery during our hours from noon to 6pm, today through Saturday.
Instagram is by far the spot where we share the most content, more than any other social outlet. You will always find us posting sneak peeks, studio shots, and much more on Instagram. It’s also the first place we drop early information on big events. If you’re not already following us on Instagram, please be sure you are doing so at @thinkspace_art. For those with out a smart phone, just click here to view our feed online.
We’re resuming the Thinkspace Family on Instagram series in 2016 as it didn’t get much traction in 2015. New year, new resolutions for weekly content. If you don’t want to wait, you can always check our Instagram account and see who were following and tagging there as well.
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The Pacific North West is about to get even more colorful with the work of Thinkspace family members; Josh Keyes, Joram Roukes, Troy Lovegates, Low Bros, and Andrew Hem. All artists will be creating murals for Portland’s Forest For The Trees; a non-profit project dedicated to the creation of contemporary public art. You can preview previous murals from the event in the video below or on their website.