Thinkspace at BEYOND EDEN 2011 – digital preview

Jacub Gagnon 'Tablewear' - acrylic on canvas (2011)
Dave MacDowell 'Passion of the Crunch' - acrylic on canvas (2011)

This year’s BEYOND EDEN has come together just amazingly well so far. I must say I’m very eager for all to share in the goodness this weekend and all the hard work putting this beast together has been well worth it. Front to back the place is packed with great work. As for our portion of BEYOND EDEN, we’ve put together a strong show consisting of almost all new works from a vast array of talent on our roster including a massive installation from Craig “Skibs” Barker that begs to be viewed in person.

Stephanie Ann Buer 'Sunrise on the Roof of the Packard Plant' - oil on canvas (2011)
Jason Thielke 'Head Study #6' - acrylic, color pencil, graphite and transfer (2011)

Showing with Thinkspace this year at Beyond Eden:
Anthony Clarkson
Brett Amory
Brian M. Viveros
Craig “Skibs” Barker
David Cooley
David MacDowell
Jacub Gagnon
Jason Thielke
Jeff Ramirez
Jeremy Hush
Kelly Allen
Kelly Vivanco
Rod Luff
Sarah Joncas
Scott Radke
Seth Armstrong
Stephanie Ann Buer
Tran Nguyen
Yosuke Ueno

Kelly Vivanco 'The Makers' - acrylic on canvas (2011)
Sarah Joncas 'I Think I'm Paranoid' - oil on canvas (2011)

Take a look at all the works we’ll be showcasing at BEYOND EDEN here:

If you’re interested in any of the works we’ll be showing, please drop a mail to and we will get right back to you. Thank you for having a look.


If that wasn’t enough we’ve also teamed up with local artist Euth to shine a light on some of the most intriguing artists currently gracing the streets of Los Angeles with their work.

“Creator / Spectator”
Presented by Thinkspsace and curated by Euth

The artists chosen to participate in “Creator / Spectator” represent the outside circle of underground art in Los Angeles. These are individuals exploring concepts deeply rooted in their own personal history and that are not looking to follow in the footsteps of those who came before them. Each artist was selected because their work is not simply about a name and a product, but more so about who he or she is as a individual – this is not a group working towards a common title or theme like “street art” but instead a group of individuals who have found common ground in a medium that promotes the individuality of each component explored.

This exhibit looks to explore beyond the mentality that the medium is the message. This is about a path of life chosen by these artists that constitutes the very nature of who they are. Each artist involved in this show offers something unique to the city of Los Angeles, a personal message to which they are both creator and spectator.

Featuring works from:
Cat Cult
Corrina Corina
Duart JDI
Line Line Dot
Smog City

Curated by Euth

Works will be available THIS SAT at Beyond Eden and we’ll try to get a web PDF together by this Saturday afternoon to share with those of you that won’t be able to make the event.

Kelly Allen 'Way To Get There' - gouache on museum board (2011)
Anthony Clarkson 'Picked Apart' - acrylic on wood (2011)

THIS SAT – October 1st 6-11PM
* 8PM – special presentation honoring the art and accomplishments of Antony Ausgang
FREE and open to the public / live painting / bar / DJs

Taking place at the LA Municipal Art Gallery at Barnsdall Park / 4800 Hollywood Blvd. in Los Angeles

Gallery Lineup:
Thinkspace – La Luz De Jesus – Copro Gallery – Toy Art Gallery – Gallery Nucleus – C.A.V.E. Gallery

Special Exhibits from:
Spoke Art presents ‘Round III’ – the LA stop of the traveling ‘Quentin vs. Coens’ exhibit

Creator / Spectator” – showcase of LA street artists curated by local street artist Euth and presented by Thinkspace

Cannibal Flower – group show featuring emerging LA area artists / celebrating 11 years strong

In the media room:
A special showcase of the ‘best of’ Sketch Theater (popular online site showcasing artists creating works from scratch on camera that is filmed from above)

David Cooley 'Ebb & Flow' - acrylic, spray pain, resin and reclaimed fabric (2011)

ALSO ON VIEW on Sun, October 2nd from Noon-5PM


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