Last night was opening night for artists Liz Brizzi and Ana Bagayan at Thinkspace Galllery in Culver City, CA. If you read this blog regularly, you may already know I’m a huge fan of Liz’s gritty, textured urban-scapes [is that a word? if not, it should be]. However, the work of Ms. Bagayan, featured in the main gallery, was a pleasant discovery. Her use of light and creamy-smooth shading were breathtaking, and her quirky characters were quite endearing. The mini dinosaurs kind of made my heart melt. A lot. My hipstamatic iPhone photos certainly don’t do either artist justice in the accuracy dept., so be sure to link over to both websites to see the actual paintings.