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Thinkspace Gallery brings “Synergy” to Spoke Art

Last Thursday, San Franciscans could leave their computer screens and get a taste of an L.A. gallery normally only accessible to us through the Internet or the occasional trip down south. Thinkspace Gallery premiered their group show, "Synergy," at Spoke Art, where many of their represented artists came together to showcase a diverse array of bold, contemporary styles. The show's subject matter ranged from cute to cryptic, giving the Bay Area a taste of what's to come at Thinkspace this year, as many of the artists have solo shows coming down the pike.

Sheltered Layers Perfectly Still by Nathan DeYoung


Last Thursday, San Franciscans could leave their computer screens and get a taste of an L.A. gallery normally only accessible to us through the Internet or the occasional trip down south. Thinkspace Gallery premiered their group show, “Synergy,” at Spoke Art, where many of their represented artists came together to showcase a diverse array of bold, contemporary styles. The show’s subject matter ranged from cute to cryptic, giving the Bay Area a taste of what’s to come at Thinkspace this year, as many of the artists have solo shows coming down the pike. From David Cooley’s cartoon-inspired creations to Craig “Skibs” Barker’s mysterious portraits, the diverse show represents low-brow art at its best. Take a look at some photos from the opening night. – Nastia Voynovskaya

Eric Siador with his work, Protect Your Path 

Paint Shop by Liz Brizzi and The Radio Was  at a Dull Hum by Craig “Skibs” Barker

L. Croskey, one of the owners of Thinkspace

Keepers of the Light by Dan-ah Kim

Cosmic Humor Runs Amok by David Cooley

Stephanie Buer with her work, Collapse

Seth Armstrong with his work, Big Yellow Car of Unknown Origin 

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