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Delectable Dreamscapes by Steven Reece February 2019

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Delectable Dreamscapes by Steven Reece February 2019

KALEID gallery is proud to present: “Delectable Dreamscapes” by Steven Reece Artist reception: First Friday Feb. 1st 7pm–11pm (part of the FEB. 1st South FIRST FRIDAYS ArtWalkSJ ) free admission and all ages welcome A collection of endangered species portraits and surrealist landscapes inspired by architectural and environmental elements that survive from fragments of forgotten dreams. Artist Steven Reece creates compositions in multiple mediums often incorporating critically endangered species from all over the world. Mediums of presented works include pyrography, oil, acrylic, giclee print, and mixed media. Exhibition on view through February 22, 2019 KALEID Gallery 88 S. 4th St. downtown San Jose info@kaleidgallery.com Gallery hours: Tuesdays thru Saturdays 12pm–7pm First Fridays til 11pm…

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Missive Symbols by Amy Steinberg February 2019

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Missive Symbols by Amy Steinberg February 2019

KALEID Gallery is proud to present: “Missives in Symbols” by Amy Steinberg Artist reception: First Friday Feb. 1st 7pm–11pm (par of the FEB. 1st South FIRST FRIDAYS ArtWalkSJ ) Free admission and all ages welcome. A collection of paintings about the state of being and communicating to the world through personal symbols. Amy uses her own visual language to paint short missives from a dictionary of symbols she has created to express her inner thoughts. Exhibition on view through February 22, 2019. KALEID Gallery 88 S. 4th St. downtown San Jose info@kaleidgallery.com Gallery hours: Tuesdays thru Saturdays 12pm–7pm. First Fridays til 11pm.…

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Quantum Foundations by Andrew Irvine

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Quantum Foundations by Andrew Irvine

“Quantum Foundations” by Andrew Irvine Andrew Irvine is a ceramic artist, chemist and professional science educator who is inspired by the intersection of science and art. In “Quantum Foundations”, he showcases his recent experiments with lustre glaze techniques on wall sculpture forms inspired by the mysteries of modern physics. Each piece represents a concept from the development of science in the last century, a journey that has led humanity to the fringes of reality, existence and space-time. The refractive and reflective qualities of lustre glaze colors compliment this inspiration and come from metallic nano-layer deposited on the glaze surface, resulting in vibrant, elusive, otherworldly colors that burst to life when viewed in different light sources. These glazes requires expensive and exotic materials including compounds of bismuth, silver, neodymium, holmium, erbium and actual gold metal. These “glaze paintings” are truly emblematic of the modern evolution of ceramic art crossing over into…

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