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Run Rabbit, Run! Brandi Milne

Look out! Brandi Milne's (featured in Vol.,11) solo show, Run Rabbit, Run opens at Thinkspace Gallery in L.A., tonight, April 10th at 7p.m. The show will feature a knock out ensemble of paintings and wood cut-outs. Also, featured (my personal favorite part of this show) are the collection of hand painted antique books, an homage from Brandi to her mother. We stopped in to the gallery last week for a visit as Andrew Hosner and the gang began hanging the show and we stole a few shots before the work went up.

Look out! Brandi Milne ‘s (featured in Vol.,11) solo show, Run Rabbit, Run opens at Thinkspace Gallery in L.A., tonight April 10th, at 7p.m. The show will feature a knock-out ensemble of paintings and wood cut-outs. Also, featured (my personal favorite part of this show) are the collection of hand painted antique books, an homage from Brandi to her mother. We stopped in to the gallery last week for a visit as Andrew Hosner and the gang began hanging the show and we stole a few shots before the work went up.

This is an absolutely beautiful show, I suggest showing up earlier than later.

close up of one of the hand painted books which will on display

Attaboy posing with the lovely Brandi Milne

hand painted books wait to be hung

Thinkspace Gallery
4210 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90029
(323) 913-3375

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