Inside Reuben Rude's Bay Area studio
Hi-Fructose recently visited the studio of Reuben Rude as he wrapped things up for ‘Place to Place‘, which just opened this past weekend in our project room here at Thinkspace.
Check out their full studio visit here:
View the works in ‘Place To Place’ from Reuben Rude via our digital show catalog:
On view through March 26th – be sure to catch these in person if you can, so many layers of goodness!
Thinkspace / 6009 Washington Blvd / Culver City, CA 90232
LC (thinkspace), Reuben Rude, Derek Gores, Liz Brizzi, Craig "Skibs" Barker, Shawn and Andrew Hosner (thinkspace)
Thank you to all that came out to the artist’s reception this past Sat for ‘Torn and Tattered’ and ‘Place to Place’. We received great feedback throughout the evening and all of the featured artists had a great night. If that wasn’t enough, we were also able to find a lot of new homes for their works. Speaking of which, some great pieces are still available from each exhibition. Check out the works for ‘Torn and Tattered’ here and for‘Place to Place’ from Reuben Rude here.
Check out some great shots from the evening here:
Both exhibits on view through March 26th
Thinkspace / 6009 Washington Blvd in Culver City / Wed through Fri 1-6PM and Sat 1-8PM
Skibs gives the thumps up! 'Torn and Tattered' install in full effect currently...
Hope to see you this Saturday, March 12th when ‘Torn and Tattered’ and ‘Place To Place’ open to the public.
Thinkspace / 6009 Washington Blvd / Culver City, CA
Reuben Rude - 'Stay' - collage and acrylic on scrap wood
Reuben Rude was born in San Francisco, as the sun was setting on the Free Love era. His bohemian parents then moved “back to the land” to the woods of Northern California, where he spent the better part of his childhood without a television. This lack of technology forced him to spend almost every waking hour drawing and painting. When he moved back to the city to attend art school, he got into all the usual trouble with graffiti writers, skateboarders and art students. He now lives in San Francisco with his wife and eight-year-old daughter, and yes, a television. However, he still spends most of his waking hours drawing and painting. Sometimes he even gets paid for it.
Check out Juxtapoz’s interview with Reuben here:
Check out the updated ‘Sneak Peek’ for Place To Place here:
Hope to see you all this Sat, March 12th when ‘Place To Place’ opens to the public in our project room. Reuben and the other exhibiting artists in ‘Torn and Tattered‘ will all be in attendance, so please stop in to say hi.
Thinkspace / 6009 Washington Blvd in Culver City / www.thinkspacegallery.com