Wednesday, August 03, 2011

I left my heart in San Francisco

Hello friends,
it feels like it's been long time since I've updated. I've been a little under the gun lately trying to get a lot of work done, so i decided to take a small internet hiatus. Things are nearing a finish so hopefully I'll be able to start sharing more regularly again soon.
But! I do have some things to share now! 
Opening tomorrow is 'A taste of things to come' group exhibit at Spoke Art in San Francisco. The show has a pretty stellar lineup of artists including my wickedly talented pals Sam Wolfe Connelly and Rodrigo Luff, both of whom will be having solos with Spoke in the coming year. 
I have some new and familiar pieces in the show.

Spear Sisters
graphite & watercolour on Rives BFK paper.
Framed and matted
11 x 14"27.9 x 33.6 cm

Deafening Demons
graphite on Stonehenge paper.
Framed and matted
20 x 22.5"51.3 x 55.5 cm

The little things
graphite on Stonehenge paper.
Framed and matted
20 x 22.5"51.3 x 55.5 cm

 We had an ad for the show in the latest issue of Hi-Fructose which is super rad!

Opening reception | Thursday, August 4th 6-10pm
Show runs from August 4th - 25th
Spoke Art Gallery

816 Sutter St.
San Francisco, CA

Spoke Art Gallery is pleased to announce “A Taste of Things to Come.” This group exhibition features emerging and distinguished artists whose work we will be showing throughout the year. “A Taste of Things to Come” aims to give an introduction to our personality and taste, while highlighting artists we find important and intriguing. This worldly and diverse group of painters and illustrators present their unique perspective while working within the new contemporary art genre. 

For purchasing details please contact Spoke Art at

Spoke Art - Facebook Event

The show opens tomorrow, and is on until the 25th. 
If you're in the SF area please stop by and say hi!

Also, I had a small feature in the latest issue of CarneMag.
It features work from Shawn Barber, Aron Wiesenfeld, Asaf Hanuka and many more.
It's free to download, check it out if you have a chance!



Garrett Hanna said...


Victo Ngai said...

Congratz Nimit! And why are you sooo good at drawing?

michellewoodward said...

Congrats on being in Carne Magazine, especially along side Asaf Hanuka!!!:D

Nimit Malavia said...

Thanks guys!
Victo - I have a wise Sifu! :)

Anonymous said...

Wow! You are truly amazing.
Capturing my imagination with every image.

Thank you so much.

13 said...

I let Ken know about the misspelling of "Ottawa" :)