TONIGHT at Thinkspace / digital previews for this month’s shows

Aaron Nagel 'Untied' - oil on canvas

‘The New Realism’ featuring new paintings from Aaron Nagel, Jeff Ramirez, Jennifer Nehrbass, Linnea Strid, Nathan DeYoung and Pakayla Rae Biehn

Opening Reception TONIGHT: Sat, Dec. 11th 7-10PM
On view Dec. 11th – Dec. 31st

Jennifer Nehrbass 'Cliff Dweller' - oil on canvas

All of the featured artists in ‘The New Realism’ will be showing in larger capacities as part of our 2011 program. This special exhibition offers a glimpse at each of the artist’s oeuvre and serves to showcase the stunning skill level of each.

View the works in ‘The New Realism’ here:

Moki 'Untitled (23x15cm) - acrylic on wood panel

We’re excited to welcome Germany based artist Moki to our gallery’s project room this December following successful solo shows in the past year and a half in Germany, the Czech Republic, and San Francisco.

Look for Moki‘s new book ‘How To Disappear’ from Gingko Press to be released during the opening. We’ll have a limited supply on hand, so come early to pickup your copy.

View the works in ‘Patchwork’ from Moki here:

Katy Bisby 'Alice Sebus' - oil on wood panel

We’re also showcasing a small group of new works from Illinois based artist Katy Bisby this December in our office following successful showings with us as part of the Beyond Eden multi-gallery event this past October and in our Love Conquers All show this past August.

Look for more to come from Katy in 2011 and check out her site here:

View the works in ‘Bless Your Heart‘ from Katy Bisby’s special showcase here:

If there are any works in any of the above previews you’d like to inquire about before the opening this evening, please send a mail to and we’ll get right back to you.

Please swing by tonight and be sure to bring your appetite as we’ll have Uncle Lau’s BBQ truck out serving up the goodness.

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