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Picks of the Harvest at Thinkspace

On March 3rd, Thinkspace presented 'Picks of the Harvest', a massive exhibition featuring new work from the gallery's talented roster of artists alongside numerous newcomers from around the globe. From the incandescent sculptural work of Elliot Jackson to the hyper-realistic renderings of Jeff Ramirez and everything in between, the show offered artwork for everyone's aesthetic taste. Highlights of the evening were Matt Doust's large scale oil portrait, Shark Toof's progression towards graphic concepts, as well as the detailed pencil crayon drawings of Winnie Truong (Vol 22 cover artist). However, the shining star of the night was UK based artist Emma Tooth. Known for depicting extraordinary people in traditional settings, Tooth presented three oil paintings from her 'Concilium Plebis' series portraying urbanites in a chiaroscuro setting reminiscent of the old masters. View more images and opening night photos after the jump.  – Stephanie Chefas

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Artist Sean Mahan

On March 3rd, Thinkspace presented ‘Picks of the Harvest’, a massive exhibition featuring new work from the gallery’s talented roster of artists alongside numerous newcomers from around the globe. From the incandescent sculptural work of Elliot Jackson to the hyper-realistic renderings of Jeff Ramirez and everything in between, the show offered artwork for everyone’s aesthetic taste. Highlights of the evening were Matt Doust’s large scale oil portrait, Shark Toof’s progression towards graphic concepts, as well as the detailed pencil crayon drawings of Winnie Truong (Vol 22 cover artist). However, the shining star of the night was UK based artist Emma Tooth. Known for depicting extraordinary people in traditional settings, Tooth presented three oil paintings from her ‘Concilium Plebis’ series portraying urbanites in a chiaroscuro setting reminiscent of the old masters. View more images and opening night photos after the jump.  – Stephanie Chefas

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Artist Matthew Grabelsky

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Artist Soey Milk 


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Artist Jeff Ramirez

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Artist Serge Gay Jr.


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Matt Doust artwork

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Artist Shark Toof

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Artist Emma Toof and friend


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Darla Jackson sculpture

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 Artist Elliot Jackson


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Artist N.S. David

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Emma Tooth painting

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