July 1st - July 30th, 2011
Catherine Brooks’ new body of work reflects her personal mythology, depicting her views on love, memory and the cycles of life. Painting the female figure nude or “en deshabille” (partly clothed), Brooks typically blends poetic and mythic elements with insects, plants and other images from the natural world. Her aesthetic combines meticulous technique with a delicate sensuality. Fans of The Princess Bride – not to be confused with True Love – will be familiar with the meaning of To Blave, the title of this exhibition.
Thinkspace is proud to present “Wild at Heart: Keep Wildlife in the Wild,” an exhibition to raise awareness about the precarious predicament of wild creatures around the world, and to benefit efforts to protect them in their natural habitat. Featuring a stellar cast of more than 100 artists from all corners of the art world, this exhibition brings together some of the most profound and innovative voices making art today. In recognition of the imperiled state of much of the world’s wildlife, each artist will apply their own unique perspective to our relationship with the fascinating creatures with whom we share our planet.
May 26th Los Angeles
I'm proud to announce that on Febuaray 3rd, from 5-9 PM, Richmond Camera will be hosting a body of our work! If you are in Richmond, please come out and see us! This body of portraiture is partly a celebration and partly a side effect of an exploration into the powerful connections we all have with peope, outside of definitions and sometimes in spite of them. A picture of our crush might be in it, you can buy them a print for Valentine's day! :P (We will also going to launch a shop for online sales that for the the month it is up!)
I am stupendously excited about this UPcoming Show, I might do something crazy for it again, I am really feeling more massive instilations pieces.