Mindspace collective Gallery

The stories & work of local artists from past and current exhibitions in our gallery space.

Featured Exhibit: Goddess Rising

Featuring Gainesville artists Kali Levitov, Larissa Kulyk and Iris Coe-Gross

Goddess Rising Flyer

Goddess Rising: February 21 - April 5

Born of our desires to support every artist, as well as the feminine spirit, it is our pride and joy to announce our latest gallery collaboration with three incredibly talented artists, Iris Coe-Gross, Kali Levitov, and Larissa Kulyk, who have graciously come together with us for this special event. Goddess Rising features these inspirational local artists whose work draws on the feminine spirit, family, empowerment, and spirituality.

Opening Night
~Thursday, Feb. 21, 7-10pm~
Adult Beverages provided for guests 21+
Charcuterie + H2O provided for all
** $5 - $10 Sliding Scale Donation is encouraged **


Derek Schaper

The TOTEMS series by Derek Schaper is a collection of pieces made of mixed media and found materials. To the artist, these pieces become different sort of spirit beings - each with it's own personality and mix of characteristics drawn from a variety of different animals and creatures, real and imaginary. Schaper’s TOTEMS series was featured in the MindSpace Collective Gallery in September & October 2018.

Artist Ryan Haddix - Teeth

Ryan Haddix

Ryan Haddix is a mix media artist currently operating out of Gainesville, FL. He is currently a student at the University of Florida and works with a variety of mized media, as well as drawing and digital work. Ryan Haddix was featured in the October Gainesville Artwalk.

Artist Ray Torres - Untitled

Ray Torres is a Gainesville artist who explores minimalistic illustration highlighting dark lines and detailed shading. Ray was featured in the October Gainesville Artwalk

Miguel Cardona - Boy on a bicycle


Miguel Cardona is a photographer working out of Gainesville, FL.

The exhibit featured in the March Artwalk is titled Dérive, defined as the experimental technique of rapid passage through varied ambiances, or to let oneself be drawn by attractions and encounters. As described by the artist, "the photos are products of the warm encounters with people, places and the connections they share

Miguel was featured at MindSpace Collective on March 30th as part of Gainesville Artwalk. Take a look at some of the pieces featured in his past show:

Artist Celino Dimitroff - Lamp

celino dimitroff

Celino Dimitroff is a Gainesville creative who designs and builds unique lamp sculptures. He was featured in the October Gainesville Artwalk and his work is a staple in the MindSpace Collective Gallery. He is a co-founder of the Soma Art Media Hub in downtown Gainesville. Check out their website to learn more about this project and his sculptural work.

Jerome Guiselin paints colorful pop-inspired paintings. Jerome was featured in the October Gainesville Artwalk and his pieces are staples in the MindSpace Collective Gallery.

Gallery and Store coming soon...

Artist Hannah Ulloa - Where to next

For years, Hannah has been fascinated by the ability of photographs to capture the somatic memory of a moment. Feelings of momentum and suspension can be evoked through moving subjects and timely exposures. Hannah was featured in the October Gainesville Artwalk and is Creative Director for MindSpace Collective.

Artist JMC - Separation


JMC (@jaemsee) is a unique artist currently creating in Gainesville, Florida. Using primarily charcoal and pastel, he works in a form of abstraction, often portraying human faces. His artist bio is as follows:

"Born Charlotte, North Carolina. Highlights include a fifth grade jewelry-making presentation, winning my middle school's costume contest as FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper, four close encounters of the first kind, and her."

JMC was featured in the October and January Artwalks.

Artist Ted Lincoln - the fall

Through the influence of both eastern and western cultures, philosophies, and practices, Ted creates paintings that explore the transitory nature of landscape. Drawing from his background and experience in eastern culture he uses industrial materials such as steel, aluminum, acids, and automotive enamel to create landscapes that simultaneously feel strong and illusive. The austere nature of his materials are softened and rendered into contemplative spaces. Ted Lincoln was featured in the October Gainesville Artwalk and his pieces are staples in the MindSpace Collective Gallery.