Our man Timothy Karpinski has a big show upcoming on Thurs, May 1st up in Portland. If you happen to be in the area, be sure to swing through.
We’ll post some pics once we get them in, as we can’t wait to see what he’s got in store for this show. Good luck Timothy!
Look for Timothy to take over our project room this November as Audrey and her friends fill the main space with works on paper.
Katie from Juxtapoz.com was in town for the opening night festivities of “Mergers & Acquisitions” and “Untitled” in our project room and brought back some nice shots that were recently posted on their site at the following location:
“Olivas and Peters’ new collaborative work is a wonderful combination of Olivas’ signature disturbed, candy-loving children and Peters’ darker, cartoon-esque characters. It’s like watching two old friends meet on canvas! Feyld’s deceptively simple mixed media work is striking in person, and Thinkspace had some stunning works also on display from Montreal-based artist Turf One.” – Juxtapoz.com
Some stunning collaborative works are still available, click here to view:
Keep an eye out for some new work to be posted very soon in our ‘Available Artwork’ section from Canadian artist Acorn.
His level of detail and skill are simply stunning, and he’s been in the midst of some intense travels this past year, getting up the globe over, including stops in Barcelona, Berlin, and elsewhere as well as taking part in gallery shows as far away as Romania, Germany and Australia and as close as Seattle, WA (just recently at BLVD).
Keep an eye out for his limited book “Ink Advance” with Australian artists Ghostpatrol and Miso, it’s a must have.
For more on Acorn, check out:
Thinkspace Gallery is proud to present Uncommon Gardens. This exhibition will feature new paintings and drawings from Caia Koopman, Kelly Vivanco, Lilly Piri and Catherine Brooks. The work featured in Uncommon Gardens is quiet, feminine and introspective and often features the use of flowers and foliage as recurring visual metaphors. The works in this exhibition promises a glimpse inside the female psyche, through delicately rendered works that document the human condition.
The work above is from Australian artist Lilly Piri (now based in Germany)
Opening Reception: Friday, April 11th 7-11PM
On View: April 11th – May 2nd, 2008
Look for more sneak peaks to be posted soon. If you would like to preview the show, please send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to be placed on the waiting list.