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Iridescent by Andrew Irvine

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Iridescent by Andrew Irvine

“Iridescent” new works by Andrew Irvine Andrew Irvine is a ceramic artist and chemist who is inspired by the science behind ceramic materials and processing. In “Iridescent” he showcases his new experimental work with silver and bismuth lustre glazes using […]

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Orbiter by Nicole Linde

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Orbiter by Nicole Linde

“Orbiter” new paintings by Nicole Linde Abstract paintings are a form of meditation for me; they are a way for me to let my energy flow during their creation. They help me to process and transform the chaotic randomness of […]

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The Light Sculpture by Paul Sable Snibbe

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The Light Sculpture by Paul Sable Snibbe

KALEID Gallery presents The Light Sculpture of Paul Sable Snibbe “Most of my work is internally lit by programmable LED arrays.The inspiration for my work comes both from nature and my meditations. I have tried to duplicate the colors and patterns I see when in silent contemplation.. I have been told by Psychics that I “have the ability to channel divine light through geometric forms,” and believe that my Crystal Obelisks contain a perceivable Higher Presence that many people can feel. “ ~ Paul Sable Paul Sable Snibbe was born in New York, where he was classically trained in fine art at the Art Students League, Music and Art High School, the New School and graduated with a BFA from Antioch College. Paul has travelled extensively in Europe and Asia educating himself to the art and architecture of many periods and cultures. Artist Reception: Aug. 5th, 7pm–11pm part of the…

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You See What I Did There? by John Hageman, Jr.

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You See What I Did There? by John Hageman, Jr.

KALEID Gallery presents You See What I Did There? new works by John Hageman, Jr. “Lately I have been making work with a lot pop culture references. With this show, I wanted to focus on creating more original pieces using my signature color and humor. I have challenged myself in scale and attempted tiny experiments in color. Not that you would notice… or maybe you did. The work before you on the treated dry wall, is a collection of non sequitur thoughts regarding everything from my lack of sleep to a spirited discussion on current affairs. I have a friend coming to play some songs on his guitar his name is Muffin.” ~ John Hageman, Jr. Artist Reception: Aug. 5th, 7pm–11pm part of the South FIRST FRIDAYS Art Walk in downtown San Jose. Free & open to the public. Exhibition dates: Aug. 5–26, 2016 TO VIEW AVAILABLE WORKS ONLINE Click Here…

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Creation

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Creation

KALEID Gallery is proud to present Creation – The action or process of bringing something into existence.   The Creation exhibition explores the process that goes into creating a piece of artwork from start to finish. Featuring the artwork of 15 different artists, this exhibit pairs finished artworks with corresponding concepts, sketches, drawings, notes and more allowing the viewer to experience the evolution and creation of the final artwork. We hope visitors to the Creation show leave with an understanding of the importance of process in the creation of artwork.   Participating Artists: Fernando Amaro Shannon Amidon Julie Barret Mike Borja Jeff Bramschreiber Shone Chacko Donny Foley Michael Foley Emo Gonzales Nadja Martens Theresa Merchant Julie Meridian Avery Palmer Kori Thompson LAuruS Myth   Artist Reception: June 10th from 7-10 pm. Exhibition Dates: June 10th – 24th   KALEID Gallery 88 So. 4th St., downtown San Jose 408-947-1785 • info@KALEIDGallery.com…

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