opening night for ‘fight for flight’ @ thinkspace gallery

tonight is an opening night for a special benefit for API (animal protect institute) called “fight for flight” at thinkspace gallery in LA.

i submitted these three drawings.

the title is “lost but found”.

the title is ‘what’s in it?’

the title is ‘kamakura

they are for sale. please contact thinkspace gallery, if you’re interested in them.

National Bird Day will take place on Sat, Jan. 5th, 2008 and we’ll be hosting a special exhibition entitled “Fight For Flight” that will have an opening reception on Fri, January 4th. The opening will be sponsored by Dewars and Grolsch and will take place from 7-11PM on Fri, Jan. 4th. There will be a special installation from P. Williams in our front room and an exhibition in our main gallery featuring over 50 artists from all across the U.S. and as far off as Japan, Germany, Australia, Canada and Scotland.

On Sat, Jan. 5th we’ll be open from noon till 6PM for further viewing of the show. We will be hosting a special coloring contest for kids taking place in our project room that afternoon to further encourage families to come through together and experience this amazing gathering of talent and hopefully walk away with some knowledge gained on our feathered friends and all things cute and furry that the API help to protect and defend.”

Fight for Flight‘ – special benefit for API in honour of national bird day

day 1 :: january 4th, 2008 opening reception 7 -10 pm
day 2 :: january 5th 2008 special family day 12-7 pm

thinkspace gallery
4210 Santa Monica blvd. (near Sunset junction)
Los Angels, CA

Author: yuka

can you see this?

7 thoughts on “opening night for ‘fight for flight’ @ thinkspace gallery”

  1. Loverly ya plastiquemonkeys, hope all is well with the young one, and that yer stuff flies off the gallery walls with a commission for a fat show all yer own!! Love that bird a-reachin’ in, Mr.Fishy does not seem to mind!!l Mutual Yogic Interlude, you could call it, ol’ tuny needs his chi adjusted…..Cheers!

    Wish I could be there, all the Grolsh and Dewers you can stand, sounds like fun!

  2. thanks, janice!

    michel, i use stone-henge paper. it catches color pigments of color pencils very well, i think. softness might be the result of the long-hour blending.

    hello~ yeah, you used to live in LA, right? (if i remember currectly…) i wish you were there too because i think my drawings need some choggie power!

    sorry guys for the super late reply… it’s been busy weeks trying to get over elijah’s deepy jetlagged mind and body. boy, that man loved to practice walking at 3 in the morning!

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